Charles Porter
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Charles Henry Porter, 83, of Union, KY passed away on June 10, 2020. He was born in Charleston, WV, served in the US Army, and was a retired Civil Engineer. Charles was a member of St. Timothy Church, in Union, KY and is survived by his wife Josephine of 55 years. Preceding him in death are his parents Charles and Margaret, sister Ruth Jean, and niece Diana. Services will be held privately. Burial will be at Montgomery Memorial Park, in London, WV.

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Published in Kentucky Enquirer from Jun. 11 to Jun. 15, 2020.
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June 17, 2020
Charlie was a talented and creative person who remained young with a positive attitude',kind thoughts,and dreaming of the future.He and Jo had exciting trips around the world,yet always had time to work in their gardens,create exciting dinners for guests,serve their church,care for their pets and enjoy a Nats ball game
Emma and Riley Clark
June 16, 2020
Lora Beth Aurise
June 15, 2020
Uncle has probably been at least 20 years, or more, since I've seen you, but your face and spirit, cannot be forgotten. In hearing of your passing, so many memories came rushing out of storage, and are still doing so. You were the most fierce Yahtzee opponent I've ever faced. You were always a jokester and I can't recall a time that you weren't smiling. Thanks for the funny and sometimes embellished stories; thanks for always welcoming us into you and Aunt Jo's home in VA and taking us to see the neighbors' horses; thanks for teaching me how to throw dice; thanks for being part of the happy memories of my youth.
Tara Gaudette
June 14, 2020
I have many fond memories of visiting Uncle Chuck over the years. He always enjoyed talking with us kids and taking us to visit the city and all the museums. He had the best laugh. He loved beer and football. He will be missed. I was blessed to have him as an uncle.
Renee Vecchio
June 14, 2020
Uncle Chuck was a gentle soul that loved life. He had a smile that lit up a room, an infectious laugh and was a great uncle. I loved watching him rock out to Janis Joplin when he played her songs. His sense of humor was wonderful and I loved the role he played at my grandparents 50 wedding anniversary when he officiated over the mock ceremony, it was just perfect. I cherish the times we spent together so many years ago and hold those memories very dear. I am so thankful that he touched my life.
M Michele Shuler
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