Charles-Myers, III-Obituary

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Charles F. Myers, III

Dec 7, 1951 - Mar 23, 2013

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We enjoyed the times spent together. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

RIP old friend.

Im sorry for your loss bobby we will be praying for you and your family.

To Tammy, Chuck, Bobby, Karen and Family,
Our prayers and thoughts are with you. We remember Chuck as a great father and faith- filled person. He was humorous and caring man. He always had a smile on his face and a friendly word for everyone. He will always be remembered as a kind and gentle guy. When we remember our days at St. Vincent de Paul Parish and all the great people there, Chuck would be one of the center people we would think of fondly and with his family!
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Pap, We love you and will miss you so much. Thank you for always making your grandbabies feel loved and special. Tammy, Chuck was so blesses to have you as his wife. And Mandy and Adam he was blessed to have you in his life, you both have added so much to his life. We love you!

I want to send my thoughts and prayers for the family. It is an honor to work with Leslie, Charles' sister. May you find comfort in God and sweet memories. Strength for you as you go through this difficult time.
Love Marni, OVMC

Tammy & Family
There are no words that will take away your pain. You are in my thoughts but most importantly my prayers.

R.I.P. Chuck, one of the most gentile and honorable men I've been blessed to know in my lifetime. I pray that Our Lord, Jesus Christ will welcome him by His side and comfort his wife Tammy, his children and family at this dificult time.
Love, Dave Zinn and Family

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Charles's Obituary

Charles F. Myers, III, 61, of Martins Ferry, OH died Saturday, Mar. 23, 2013 at East Ohio Regional Hospital, Martins Ferry. He was born Dec. 7, 1951 in Wheeling, WV a son of the late Charles and Mary (McManus) Myers. He was employed by Jebbia's Fruit Market, Wheeling, WV. Charles was a...

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