Charles “Chuck”, “Chuckie”, “Chuckles”, Woodchuck”, Wood passed away on August 13th after a valiant battle with cancer. God called a good man home that day.
Chuck was born on June 10, 1968 to Chester Ray and Mary Ann Wood. After graduating from Erie Mason High School he worked most of his career as a roofer alongside his Dad. Most recently he worked at Rapid Cast Technologies.
Chuck met the love of his life when he met Brenda. They married and built a terrific life together.
Chuckie is so proud of his children and grandchildren and will surely be watching over them always.
Chuckie – the loudest, funniest, always getting after it type of guy. He was fun loving and always the first to lend a helping hand to others. His unique infectious laughter, his breakin’ it down dance moves, and his sense of humor always put smiles on everyone’s’ faces.
Chuck was an avid race fan and has a close “Dirt Family” that share so many memories. Chuck also enjoyed horseshoes, bowling, golf, hanging out with family and friends, having fun and making memories in his awesome Man Cave.
LOVE LIVES ON
Chuckie’s life does not end with his death, but will live on. He will live on through Brenda, his children and grandchildren, through family and friends. All the love, all the memories, and all the laughter will be with his loved ones forever!
Preceded in death by his Sister Brandi Sue Wood, Uncle Scott Wood, Granny Thelma Wood, and Grandpa Charles “Ray” Wood.
He is survived by his Wife and Soulmate Brenda Wood, Children Chase Wood, Tara (Jeff) Penn, Sara Wood, Zachary Weber, and Brittany Weber along with 5 wonderful grandchildren with #6 due in March. His parents Chester and Mary Wood. His Sister Sherri Robinson. Also, many, many special family members including Nieces and Nephews, Aunts, Uncles, cousins, and friends. His most special Aunt Kaye and Uncle Joe. Special friends Cody and Barbara Carr, and Godson Grady Carr, Todd Antkowiak, and his Dirt Family.
His family will receive friends at the Castillo Funeral Home 1757 Tremainsville Rd, Tuesday from 2 – 8 PM where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 12 Noon. Memorial tributes may be made to his family via this website to help offset expenses.
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