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ROSLYN "ROZ" HASSELLE MEEHLEIS October 28, 1933 - July 4, 2016 CHARLES "CHUCK" ALBERT MEEHLEIS July 31, 1931 - July 4, 2016 It is with extreme shock and sadness that we share the news of the passing of our parents, Roslyn "Roz" Hasselle Meehleis born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Charles "Chuck" Albert Meehleis born in Los Angeles, California. A chance meeting on Zuma Beach in 1951 brought Roz and Chuck together. Married January 23, 1954 in Encino, California they shortly thereafter welcomed four children. Chuck Meehleis served in the Korean War, and worked for the Iron Workers Union for over 40 years. Chuck's father, Albert C. Meehleis owner of Meehleis Steel contracted some of the largest construction contracts of his time. Chuck Meehleis ran the projects which included the LA Music Center, LA Marriott and numerous freeway structures, just to name a few. In later years, Chuck worked in Alaska alongside his younger brother Mark. In Alaska, the brothers could hunt and fish which was a favorite past time. Chuck is survived by his brother Mark, as well as his sister, Susan. Roz Meehleis, born an only child was an exceptional homemaker. She grew her own berries and made homemade jam. If you were ever lucky enough to sit at her table you could expect a true Southern cooked meal. Ballroom dancing was another passion Roz and Chuck enjoyed for years. Through dancing, they not only could dance cheek to cheek but also made lifelong friends. Roz and Chuck were both mentally sharp as teenagers and many times acted that way! It is a blessing to know we never have to watch them decline into sedentary older people. They both enjoyed being extremely active right up to the end. We find peace and comfort in knowing they are always together dancing on a cloud. For those of us fortunate to have been part of their lives, they will forever leave an imprint on our hearts. Roz and Chuck are survived by their four children, seven grandchildren, and two great grandchildren In lieu of flowers, please feel free to make donations to Roslyn Meehleis' favorite charity, Rancho San Antonio Boys Town, 21000 Plummer Street, Chatsworth, CA 91311; ( Ranchosanantonio.org ), 818-882-6400.
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Published in Los Angeles Daily News from July 20 to July 24, 2016
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