Charles F. Kreutzkamp
1942 - 2015
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Charles F. Kreutzkamp May 31, 1942 - November 26, 2015 Dulzura Charles F. "Chuck" Kreutzkamp was born in San Diego on May 31, 1942 to Charles W. and Orlena Kreutzkamp. He passed away on November 26, 2015 in Dulzura, CA. He is survived by his loving wife Ernestina, his children Julie, Allan, Michael and Karl, his stepchildren Andes, Daniel, Fernanda and Chiquis as well as his grandchildren and step-grandchildren. Additionally, he is also survived by his sisters, Charlene Price of La Jolla and Dianne Church of Hemet. Chuck or "Skip" as he was known to his family, was a general contractor who built and managed apartment complexes. He was very appreciative of his many employees and their dedicated hard work. Chuck enjoyed spending time at his ranch with his cows, bulls among many other farm animals. Also, he raised exotic birds from childhood and continued with his hobby throughout his life. Chuck was always interested in other cultures and after his retirement he enjoyed traveling the world with Ernestina. He had wonderful sense of humor, which he maintained even during his difficult fight against cancer. He was a generous and kind man, always reaching out to help family, friends and others. The family thanks and appreciates all of those who have had us in their prayers. We truly appreciate your love and support during these difficult times. Memorial Service, December 5, 2015, 12:00 noon at Ocean View Church, 2460 Palm Ave., San Diego, CA 92154.

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Published in San Diego Union-Tribune on Dec. 2, 2015.
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December 4, 2015
Chuck will be missed by so many family members and dear friends. Cuck was always so supportive of whatever plans were made until he could no longer do it. We will miss him terribly. We send our love to his family.
Love, Ken & Mary Purvis
Ken & Mary Purvis
December 2, 2015
Rest in heavenly peace, Chuck, in the loving hands of our most beneficent God. I didn't have the chance to get to know you well, but I enjoyed your presence during the three annual reunions I was able to attend. Your humor and sunny personality added to the fun, and I've greatly appreciated your generosity in hosting them. I could tell immediately you were a very special person. You still are in my heart. Be happy, Chuck. Love is eternal.
Jan Renfrow
December 2, 2015
sandra (Ott) Sweet
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