Charles-Wolff-Obituary

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Charles R. Wolff

East Orleans, Massachusetts

Nov 4, 1929 – Oct 29, 2017 (Age 87)

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I am so sorry about the loss of your love one we have the hope of a. Resourrections this is at acts24--15--16- and that there will be no more death this is at revs21--3--4-- this is in your bible

Our condolences to the entire Wolff family. Viewing the photo gallery, one feels the tremendous bonds and blessings of such a large, loving family. May you each find comfort in your memories of times shared throughout the years.

Charlie: You were our friend for all reasons and seasons. Every moment spent
with you and Alice will be etched in our hearts forever. So many laughs, stories and good memories thru the years. You and Alice raised a lovely family and the welcome mat (along with a "codder") were ready for our visits. You were a darn good singer and sailer!!! We sure will miss you and may you sail again with a blue sky and following winds. Love to you, Alice and family..Sandy and Jack Sinton

I'm very sorry for your great loss. May you draw comfort and strength through prayer. Our loving Heavenly Father cares for you . 1Peter 5:6,7

To all the Wolff's -
My condolences for your loss. I have tremendous respect for and long lasting friendships with two of Charlies's sons who were a big part of my college years.Tom and Matt. Their great character is a testament to their upbringing. He must have been a great father to raise this fine family
My best

So sorry to hear of your loss. Charlie was a good man. We will keep the entire family in our prayers. Kathy & J.C. Ranelli

I must say that I am a very lucky guy to have known Mr. Wolff. It started by becoming best friends with his oldest son Tom at UMass. Tom and I became great friends and because of that I got to know Charlie, Alice and all the kids very well. My first trip to the Wolff family house was my freshman year at UMass and Tom invited me to his home for the weekend. I had never met a nicer family ever! Charlie loved his family and if one of the boys or girls brought a friend home then you were...

I must say that I am a very lucky guy to have known Mr. Wolff. It started by becoming best friends with his oldest son Tom at UMass. Tom and I became great friends and because of that I got to know Charlie, Alice and all the kids very well. My first trip to the Wolff family house was my freshman year at UMass and Tom invited me to his home for the weekend. I had never met a nicer family ever! Charlie loved his family and if one of the boys or girls brought a friend home then you were...

We wish to extend our deepest sympathies at this difficult time.

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Charles Richard Wolff, 87, of East Orleans, MA, passed away on October 29th at Liberty Commons in Chatham, MA. He was the late husband of Alice (Tracey) Wolff, son of Edwin and Ella (Garrity) Wolff and was born in New York City, New York on November 4, 1929. For 35 years he worked loyally as an...

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