Charles O. Stafford

July 11, 1932 - February 15, 2014
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 Charles O. STAFFORD age 81 of Montville, retired from GM, died Feb. 15, 2014. Born July 11, 1932 in Fanrock, WV to Ottoway and Margaret (nee: Lockhart), he had been a 25 year Montville resident. Charles was a Purple Heart Recipient with the Army’s 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team during Korea. Survivors include his wifeContinue Reading

Cecil Stafford left a message on February 21, 2014:
My Uncle Charles was a kind gentle person it was always great to see him and always had that great smile on his face, no matter what your mood was he could always put a smile on your face. I remember as a kid he would share his orange with me when we stayed over when mom was in the hospital. Uncle Charles came & seen me with my Dad almost every day for 5 months when I was in the Cleveland Clinic I could go on and on I know that the World isn't Quite the Happy Place without Uncle Charles in it, I Feel for Aunt Judy my heart goes out for you.Sue, Chucky, Terry, Debbie and Tammy i know the Feeling of you loss you guys had a Great Dad, I know i'll miss him May God Bless You All !!!!
Susan Williams left a message on February 18, 2014:
Judy and Family: Maria Kamenos and I are so sorry for your loss. May God's love give you peace and console you in this difficult time.
Delores Rose-Kennedy left a message on February 18, 2014:
I have so many memories of Uncle Charles. Most of them of many years ago before life, jobs, family etc. kept us many miles apart for most of our adult lives. It was always a treat to get to see him. I loved him and will always miss him. My heart and prayers go out to Judy, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. God Bless and comfort you all.
"Sonny" Burl & Anna Mae Rose left a message on February 18, 2014:
Charles was one of Burl's favorite uncles. He was there to help a little boy (age 3) when he lost his own dad. Whenever "Sonny" knew Charles was coming home to WV he was like a kid on Christmas morning. He loved Uncle Charles and the visits were always special. Later as he grew to be a man the visits continued and then they had golf in common and the fact they just liked to talk. Our prayers go out to the all of his family because we know he was loved by all. His children & grandchildren can be proud to know that they were all loved by this wonderful man. Judy was his soul mate and their love was there for all to see. She has been a wonderful part of his life. We will always see the little grin and the drawl that never quite went away. We love you Charles and our hearts are sad but we know that you are with family that have greeted you with open arms in Heaven. May all the family be comforted by this fact.
Jessica Stafford left a message on February 17, 2014:
I am one of his 23 Grandchildren and I have to say that he was an amazing Grandfather. He would share his war stories with me and when I would come to visits, give me all of his National Geographics magazine that I loved reading at his house. I will miss hearing his accent because it always reminds me of where I'm really from even though I'm a million miles away from home, I wish I told him that. I will always remember him as a man that did his best and loved his family. He will forever live in my heart, I love you Grandpa.
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