- 75 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 20, 1940
- Date of passing: Feb 16, 2016
|Let the memory of Chuck be with us forever|
"Cookie and Rami, we are so saddened to learn of Chuck's passing. So many memories of so much fun at the "Shoe" Such a fun loving, caring man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be missed. Thanks for the memories! RIP"
"I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Chuck at Pitney Bowes. He had an infectious attitude and smile. He was great person to be around."
"I knew Chuck very well, had the pleasure of working with him for many years at PB. We were still on West Pine in the city when Chuck came on board, believe it was in the mid sixties. Chuck was always an up type of guy. Some of us in service used to drive him up the wall with our silly stuff, but Chuck saw thru our antics and we always had a good laugh over it. Haven't seen Chuck since I retired twenty years ago, but prior to that we saw much of each other. God bless Cookie and family. You all will be in our prayers and memories. Remember your B-Day bash at the CC in Edwardsville, Chuck knew how to throw a party.
Love and Hugs
Rich & Betty Perano"
"Cookie and Rami
Shari and I are so sorry for your loss. Chuck ment a lot to us"
"Cookie, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I am Melba Gambles daughter, and she, Chuck and I worked together at Pitney Bowes. It saddens me he is gone even though I haven't seen him in years, I always think of his smile and his laugh. God Bless you and your Family. He will always live in your heart and all those he touched in his life. Take care."
"Cookie and family - I am so sorry for your loss. Chuck was a great guy and special friend to Lola and Will. You're all in my thoughts."
"My thoughts and prayers for Chuck and his family. I knew Chuck while employed at Mercantile Bank, downtown St. Louis. Great memories of our Putney Bowes man. RIP Chuck Sedelmeier I always enjoyed your soft-spoken demeanor and chuckle."
"To the family,
I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. Though I don't know you personally, please accept my deepest sympathy. When I have lost loved ones, I have found comfort in knowing that God provides us with hope found in the bible.
Acts 24:15-" there is going to be a resurrection." God is capable of restoring life back to those who have past away. This is a hope that God gives us, that our loved ones will come back to life. You may wonder if this will happen. The bible says that " with God all things are possible." (Matthew 19:26)
Please visit Jw.org for more on this hope for the future or feel free to email me with any questions."
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