Charles Joseph Mundroff
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Charles Joseph Mundroff of Ellicott City died on the evening of Tuesday, September 8th. Under the care of his devoted wife Cheryl, he passed away in the home they shared together during almost fifty years of marriage.

In addition to his wife, Mr. Mundroff is survived by his sons Andrew and Daniel, his brother Glenn, his sister Doris, and four grandchildren. He was 81.

Son of George and Dorothy, Mr. Mundroff was born in Lancaster Pennsylvania and raised in Baltimore City from an early age. When his parents returned to Lancaster, he stayed on in Catonsville, later Ellicott City, remaining an active and faithful life-long member of the Bishop Cummins Reformed Episcopal Church. There, meeting his future wife, as well as many devoted friends.

A graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute's Class of 1957, Mr. Mundroff subsequently served in the Army National Guard. He entered the commercial insurance business, and during the course of his career worked for various brokerage agencies including The Jacobson Agency, Poor, Bowen, Bartlett & Kennedy, and American Phoenix, finally retiring from HRH in 2004.

An enthusiastic fisherman, Mr. Mundroff was also many years a tenor in his church choir, and frequently enjoyed traveling with family or friends. During his retirement years he spent many hours in visiting the elderly and infirm, who could not leave their homes, generously lending companionship and sharing compassion. But he was first, before anything else a devoted husband, father, grandfather and loyal friend to many.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, September 17, 2020 at Bishop Cummins R.E. Church at 2001 Frederick Rd, Catonsville.

In lieu of flowers please consider donating to either the Helping Up Mission or to the Christian Athletic Association.

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Published in Baltimore Sun on Sep. 13, 2020.
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September 17, 2020
From the time we moved here, Charles has always been a most friendly and caring neighbor, as we know both of you have been to many.
We will miss him stopping by for a small chat while out walking the neighborhood.
He touched many with his kindness.
Our sympathies go out to everyone in your family.

Joe and Debbie S.
September 15, 2020

Mary Casey
September 13, 2020
To my neighbor, Cheryl - Charles always waved & had warm light hearted kind words as we crossed paths in the neighborhood. When my husband passed, Charles was out of town but upon returning he made a point to come to my home, offer consoling words And any needed support. His neighborly thoughtfulness was appreciated then and his cheerful personality Along with Cheryl’s warm smile have been kind “support” to me thru the years since. Today, I offer prayers & the same kindness To Cheryl in memory of Charles - a very fine neighbor.
Marie Barron
September 13, 2020
To the Mundroff family; Charles and I were in the same class at Gwynns Falls in the 9th grade then we both went to Poly. A real good guy who was obviously a good quiet guy and solid family and community person. I tried a number of times to get him to a reunion celebration and he finally came to one. He said he was sorry he didn't attend more. Please accept my sincere sympathy on behalf of the class of '57.
Bob Compher, class president.
Robert Compher
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