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Charles Wallenstein Solomon

1938 - 2017 Obituary Condolences Gallery
Charles Wallenstein Solomon Obituary
December 19, 1938 - January 28, 2017 Charles (Chuck) Solomon, 78, passed away with his family by his side on Saturday, January 28th, 2017 at his home in Sherman Oaks, CA. Charles was born on December 19, 1938 in Tucson, Arizona.  He grew up as an "Army brat" and lived all over the U.S., including Alaska, Arizona, Maryland, and throughout California. Chuck graduated from the University of Arizona and then began his banking career in 1960 at Manufacturers Bank in Los Angeles.  He worked for the bank for 25 years and was responsible for the opening of their Beverly Hills branch.  He spent time at several other banks in Los Angeles before he retired and started playing golf at El Caballero Country Club.  He married Roberta Lynn Ronney, in June of 1962, and they were married for over 40 years until she passed in February of 2006. He was a terrific father and very active in his children's sports, coaching and attending baseball games at West Hills. Two years later Chuck met Madeline Schwartz and the two became devoted partners over the better part of the last decade.  Their respective families have grown very close over the years and particularly enjoyed bringing both extended families together on Thanksgiving.  Chuck is survived by Madeline Schwartz and his children: Steve, his wife Terrie and their children Brett and Chad, David, his wife Allison and their children Adam and Henry, and Debbie, her husband Chris and their children Emily and Ryan; and his older sister Sandy and her husband Chuck. Chuck loved his family and grandchildren dearly and was so proud of them. He will forever be in our hearts and will be dearly missed. A service will be held to honor Chuck's life at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 at 11 A.M.  A celebration of his life will follow. In lieu of flowers donations can be sent in his name to Cedars Sinai Tranplant Center for Liver and Kidney Disease.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, 2017
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