Charles "Chuck" Cotter
September 12, 1949 - October 9, 2020
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Charles “Chuck” E. Cotter of Rome, Ohio, passed away on October 9, 2020 at UH Geauga Medical Center.  He was born on September 12, 1949 in Oakland, California to Carol (Dehn) Cotter and the late Everett Cotter. On August 17, 1991, Chuck married Kathleen M (Sparks) Cotter. He was a wonderful father to Daniel “Tig”…

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Julie Plesec left a message on October 15, 2020:
I worked with Chuck at Meyer for many years. He was always called "The Dr." at work because he could fix anything and sometimes called C2 (c squared) because it was an awesome name for a guy like him. I will miss seeing him in his "inventory vest" at every PH; I'll miss his knowledge, guidance and friendship always. RIP C2
Anita Bolinger left a message on October 14, 2020:
I worked with Chuck at Meyer Products for many years and I can tell you he was the most wonderful person anyone could know. He was the there anytime you needed help and made sure you understood how to resolve any issue. He cared deeply for his wife and dogs, they were dear to his heart every moment of everyday. May you Rest In Peace. Anita Bolinger
Judy and Jack Perskari left a message on October 14, 2020:
Kathy our hearts are with you Love J>R>and Judy
Kathleen taylor left a message on October 13, 2020:
Kathy and family I’m sorry about your husband. He will be missed if you need anything let me know.
Kim Mordquest left a message on October 13, 2020:
My condolences on the loss of Chuck.
Andy Outcalt left a message on October 12, 2020:
Chuck was affectionately called "The Dr." by the Meyer "Family" due to the fact that he could fix everything and anything. He was an amazing IT Director, Teacher, Husband, Father and Friend and was dearly loved by his Meyer Products and Swenson Spreader family. Chuck always spoke often and fondly of his lovely wife Kathy and their dogs; he would do anything for anyone that asked and was happy to do so.....however, at times you often wondered!!! (wink-wink) I was always amazed at the bandwidth Chuck had in almost any subject, I truly enjoyed learning from him. He was fun, witty and interesting, but more importantly, he was sincerely interested in YOU. He was very proud of being a thespian and spoke of his theatrics fondly. Chuck was a truly multi-talented unique person that could get into details, then jump into a strategic conversation, and put his teaching hat on helping others with a wide variety of tasks. He was always building something or remodeling. There was never a problem Chuck couldn't solve...he was driven and motivated. As the CEO of Meyer Products/Swenson Spreader, I cherished the time I was able to work with The Dr. He was a top contributor to the organization both professionally and personally. Chuck was my friend, who I admired, respected and trusted. Since Meyer Products and Swenson Spreader were sold, I fortunately, have remained in contact with Chuck. I will miss my conversations with him, I will miss his laugh, and his love of life....... I will miss my friend..."The Dr." - Andy Outcalt, God Bless you Chuck. Meyer Team Picture: L-R: Marty Warchola, Bob Petti, "The Dr.", Mike Moeller, Andy Outcalt & Pete Robison
Erin Taylor left a message on October 12, 2020:
In memory of Charles "Chuck" Cotter, Erin Taylor lit a candle
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