Rev Charles E. Christman
July 29, 1930 Huntinton,WV - February 08, 2020 Ashtabula,OH
He passed away peacefully at home with family and friends. He was a Reverend for many years and enjoyed every moment of it. He also worked for Chrysler in TWinsburg Ohio for over 44 years, as a Tool and Die Maker leading to his retirement in 1996. Retirement didn't slow him down, always helping friends on projects or tinkering around his workshop. Most of all spending his retirement with the love of his life, they were married for 60 years until their departure from this earth.
He is preceded in death by his wife: Marie Christman, Parents: John W. Christman and Mary Edith McCoy,Sisters: Glenna Anesell, Mona May and Leona Fay.
He is survived by his Children: Barbara J. Christman of geneva, Oh. John (Becky Settles)
Christman of Ashtabula, Oh. Paul (Johnathon Conrad) Christman of Ashtabula, Oh. Sisters:
Velma Mays and Charlene Fergeson of Huntington, Brothers: Eugene Christman, Melvin Christman, John Wisner of Huntington, wv. and Jack Wisner of Wayne,Wv. Along with many Nieces and Nephews.
We want to send a special thanks out to all the staff at the Hospice of The Western Reserve (Lynn, Robert, Heidi, Jodi, Carol, Donna, Dr. Dan) and so many more. Also would like to thank the staff that helped make it possible for him to stay at home. Thank you Wendy Hortez, Beth Hutchinson, Betty Jo Guthrie, Nathan Rembacki, Johnathon Conrad, Tim and Brandi Castile,
Kyle Watts, Karen Hornbeck (for all the care) and Joe Misinec ( for all your handy work making the home accessible for him). You are all amazing and could not have done it without you, thank you from the bottom of our hearts God Bless.
It is his wish not to have a service, a celebration of life get together will be at the home this summer for him and his wife (Date: TBA). Please make any contributions out to Hospice of The Western Reserve (Ashtabula, Oh).
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