Charles Meyer

Obituary
  • "Chickie So sorry to hear about Charlie, I will never forget..."
    - Debbie Odell
  • "Gone from our lives but always in our hearts. Rest in Peace..."
    - Liz Clute

Charles Meyer Orange Park, FL - Charles Meyer passed away on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at the Haven Hospice Custead Care Center of Orange Park FL. Born 02/27/1928 in Springfield Gardens NY, Son of Adolph A Meyer and Sarah Adcock. He was 1 of 5 children. He was preceded in death by Sisters Virginia Kelty, Kathleen Rutledge, Brothers Frederick and Richard Meyer. He is lovingly survived by his wife of 60 years, Dolores “Chickie” Meyer, married on August 9, 1953 and 5 children, Charles Meyer, Loudonville NY, Elizabeth Clute-Stutter (Andy), Cohoes NY, Suzanne Duarte (Stephen) Prunedale CA, Linda Bosford, (Michael) Bremerton WA, Ellen Smead, South Glens Falls NY. He has 3 Grandchildren, Daniel Clute Jr, (Jamie) Lake Luzerne NY, Jon-Michael Bosford (Jessica) and Jake Bosford (Danielle) Orange Park Fl, and 2 great grandchildren Jacob Bosford of Orange Park FL and Christopher Clute of Lake Luzerne NY. He is survived by several cousins, nieces and nephews. He was recipient of WW II Victory Medal for service to his country as a member of the 339th TC Harbor Craft Company as a Seaman, discharged from the service in 1947. He moved from Springfield Gardens, NY with his wife and 2 children to upstate community of Hadley NY in 1956. He resided in the Hadley/Lake Luzerne area until 2001. While In Lake Luzerne he was proud to have been a part of the areas Little League and Youth Hockey Programs for many years. He was a Life Member of the American Legion Wm J Varney Post 862 in Lake Luzerne. He held many offices with the American Legion including Post Commander and Department Commanders Aide. He settled with his wife in Middleburg Florida in 2001. While in Florida he was active golfing, gardening and was a volunteer at World Golf Hall of Fame and museum. He enjoyed the summer season in NY with his children and visiting and golfing with his daughter in California. Following Cremation a Prayer service will be held at his home in Florida for immediate family and friends. Graveside services and interment will be held at the Gerald B.H. Solomon National Cemetery, Saratoga Springs on Friday May 30, 2014, at 10:30 AM. In Lieu of Flowers contributions in his memory may be directed to American Legion Wm J Varney Post 862 Lake Luzerne or Haven Hospice Custead Care Center, Orange Park FL
Published in The Saratogian on May 15, 2014
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