Charles Zwilling

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    - Alicia Worsley
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ZWILLING
Charles B., age 89, of North Bergen. "A beautiful life has come to an end. He died as he lived, everyone's friend." Charles was the devoted son of Lucy and Charles, and brother to the late David and Margaret Glynn. Charles was employed by the A&P Tea Co. for 20 years as a department and store manager. He retired from the Paramus Board of Education as a maintenance supervisor. Charles proudly served with the U.S. Army during WWII in the Philippines and Hawaii. He was a respected Little League coach in North Bergen with his friend Ed Spiekermann. He was a member of the Holy Name Society at Our Lady of Libera Church. Charles was a kind, wonderful man, a carpenter and a handyman who could fix anything. He was handsome and will always be remembered for his beautiful smile and blue eyes and his delicious pot of coffee. To know him was to love him. Charles was predeceased by his treasured wife, Alessandra (Cutillo), and his beloved son, Charles Joseph. He is survived by his "favorite" daughter Sandy (Pete) DeBlieck. He is Pop Pop to his five grandchildren, who are is pride and joy, Thomas and Matthew Worsley, Charles and Michael Zwilling and Laurie Carr. He is great grandfather to Abigail, Gabriel, Madeline, and Kylie, Amelia, Nolan and Charlotte and one arriving in August. Funeral from the Vorhees Ingwersen Funeral Home, 59 Main Street, Ridgefield Park Thursday at 9:30 AM. Funeral Mass will be offered at Our Lady of Fatima R.C. Church, Nth. Bergen at 10 AM. Visitation Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 PM.
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Published in The Record on Feb. 18, 2014
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