Hawaii 2012
Charles Kozler
  • 81 years old
  • Date of birth: Apr 25, 1931
  • Place of birth:
    Little Ferry, New Jersey, United States
  • Date of passing: Nov 1, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Let the memory of Charlie be with us forever

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Charles Kozler, 82, born on April 25, 1930 and passed away on November 1, 2012. We will remember him forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Mark and TC Amberger on 5th November 2017

"Oh how fast the years go by.TC and I miss you much as does the world. We hope you sit at the right hand of god without this worlds pain. The world lost a great man when god took you. We hope you are flying across the universe with a tail wind at your back and a tank that never is never empty. Your spirit lives on and we remember.
With Love Mark and TC Amberger"

This tribute was added by Mark and TC Amberger on 2nd November 2014

"Charlie was a great gentleman, TC and I visited only a few times at the cabin, He treated us great, was so full of life and gentle. We miss him greatly. He is in heaven living gloriosly, just like his life."

This tribute was added by Tricia Kozler on 1st November 2014

"We miss you Charlie! We love telling Cody your stories. Cody mentions  your often.
Thanks for watching over us."

This tribute was added by David Feinberg on 3rd March 2013

"I regret hearing about Charlie. I went to NYMA at the same time as Charlie but we really bonded every summer at Lake Hopatcong,NJ.We both had outboard boats and were inseperable. had such fun all tose years on the Lake every summer. I remember his sister Marion who married I believe his name was Jimmy O'Hara who had worked as a bell hop at the Bon Aire Lodge across the lake from Charlie'."

This tribute was added by Ken Foster on 22nd November 2012

"Charlie and I were in High School together at New York Military Academy.  We were members of a small group of close friends, with whom we kept in touch over the years.  Charlie was always the happiest guy, always ready with a funny comment and always with a ready smile.  The world won't be quite the same without him.  We'll miss him."

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This memorial is administered by:

Hanni Kozler


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