Charles Debach

Towanda, Pennsylvania

Age 86

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To the Debach family-I just now found out about Charlies passing.Charlie was a good friend and "boss". He gave me an opportunity to grow and learn more about the butchering business.His caring about me will never be forgotten.Thomas and Marilyn Bryan

Aunt Dawn, Chick, Mike, Rob, Joy and Missy. It is with the fondest of memories, truly great family traditions, and deepest sympathy for your loss that I send my condolences to you all. Uncle Charlie was a genuinely caring and thoughtful man, a pleasure to know, and a friend to many - as evidenced by the kind words expressed about his relationship with everyone who knew him throughout his life. As a military man and dedicated hard-working entrepreneur he was one of our family success stories...

Chick & Mike, I was saddened to hear of your father's passing. God bless you and your famiies. Mike, I am glad our paths crossed on Friday. It was good to see you.

Thoughts are with the family. Im lucky to know Mike and Im sure thats where he got his great personalaty. Enjoy the memories Charles gave.

What a great neighbor and friend. He will be greatly missed by the family and the community for all his wonderful contributions of humor and delight in living.

I was very saddened to hear about my Uncle Charlie. I was very fortunate to have him as an Uncle,and being related to all the Debach family.Grandparents,Aunts,Uncles,and Cousins,we all have wonderful memories from when we were young. Love Georgia

Our sympathies and condolences, Joy, to you and your family. Treasure all the wonderful memories. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

To one of my second families growing up: My sincerest thoughts and sympathy are with you during this difficult time. I will always remember Charlie with that cigar in his mouth, smile on his face and how he referred to me as "the little one" out of Joy's friends. Peace be with you.


Charles's Obituaries

Debach, CharlesCharles (Charlie) Debach, 86, of 258 Pisgah Road, Troy, passed away at home peacefully in his sleep, on Saturday, February 9, 2013. He was born June 5, 1927 in Berwick, PA, the son of Ukrainian immigrants Andrew and Mary Debach, the eighth child of 10; four brothers, John, Michael,...

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