Charles William "Chuck" Ambrose, Sr. SUMMERVILLE - Charles William "Chuck" Ambrose, Sr., 70, of Summerville, husband of Linda Lesko Ambrose, went home to his Lord and Savior on Saturday, November 17, 2012. Family and friends are invited to attend his visitation on Monday, November 19, 2012 from 6 to 8 o'clock at James A. Dyal Funeral Home. Funeral Service will be on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 1 o'clock at Summerville Family Worship Center, 407 N. Magnolia Street, Summerville. Burial will follow in Plantation Memorial Gardens, Hwy. 17A, Moncks Corner. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Summerville Family Worship Center Food Bank, 407 N. Magnolia Street, Summerville. Chuck was born April 24, 1942 in Jefferson City, MO, son of the late William Henry Ambrose and Lorena E. Chaney Ambrose. He served twenty years in the United States Navy and worked at the Charleston Naval Shipyard and Metal Trades. He was a welder and loved building and repairing things. He was a member of the Summerville Family Worship Center and loved going and doing things for the Church. He was very active at the Food Bank at the church. Survivors, including his wife Linda of 51 years, are one son and one daughter; Charles W. Ambrose, Jr. (Rebecca) of Summerville and Mary E. Ambrose (Van Murray) of St. George, four grandchildren; Charles L. Ambrose, Sarah A. Ambrose, Caitlin N. Ambrose and Christopher D. Catlett all of Summerville, one great granddaughter; Natalie Bunch of Summerville one sister and three brothers; Barbara A. "Sissy" Gorman (Joe) of Summerville, Rodney C. Ambrose of Chesapeake, VA, Jeffrey L. Ambrose of Georgia and Andrew S. Ambrose of Georgia. He was predeceased by a brother; Bruce E. Ambrose. A memorial message may be written to the family by visiting our website at www.jamesadyal.com. ARRANGEMENTS BY JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 S. MAIN STREET, SUMMERVILLE, SC 29483 (843) 873-4040. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston
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Published in Charleston Post & Courier on Nov. 18, 2012