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Author:  Scouter [ Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:15 am ]
Post subject:  SEPA 6/6 Honor Mission US ARMY

SEPA 6/6 Honor Mission US ARMY

Charles D Souders,72, died at his home in Philadelphia, Pa after a long battle with lung disease. Charles is survived by wife of 40 years, Sharon (Wuest) Souders; his son, Chol Souders (Rebecca) and daughter Sharon Souders, as well as his three grandchildren Michael, Chase, and Aubree whom he loved more than anything in the world. Charles is also survived by his loving sister Evelyn (Souders) Vose and many nieces and nephews.

Charles was born in January 1947 in Philadelphia, Pa. He was a little guy with a big heart and some of his fondest memories were of him growing up in Northeast Village with his older brother, George. Charles would go on to graduate from Abraham Lincoln High School and would eventually enlist into the Army and serve during the Vietnam War.

In the war, trained with the M14 and M16, Charles would go on to become a sharpshooter, which was a title that made him extremely proud. Charles was a railroad worker and often worked one or two side jobs in order to support his family. His hardworking, never give up mentality was a mindset that he always tried to instill in his children and grandchildren. He was a self-described “Mr Fix IT” that would rather take the time to solve an issue than ask anybody for help...ever. He had an old-school mentality and followed the laws of the streets. His friends were his family and he would give them the clothes off his back if need be, especially his fellow veterans. Charles was a longtime baseball coach for Bristol Township National Little League in Croydon, Pa where his main objective was always to help players become better men while teaching them a love for the game. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Charles’ life, unless you are a Clinton. He hated you.

Visitation is scheduled for 9am-10:00 am on Thursday, June 6, 2019 at Sanutti Funeral Home with his burial scheduled for 11:30 am at Washington Crossing Cemetery in Newtown,Pa.

Rally Point: Sanutti Funeral Home, 7101 Torresdale Ave Philadelphia, Pa 19135
Rally Time: 8:30 am
Flag Line in place at: 8:45 am

RC: Available

Author:  Calamity [ Tue Jun 04, 2019 9:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: SEPA 6/6 Honor Mission US ARMY

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