Charles Fetter Jr.June 25, 1928 - May 3, 2012Beaver FallsServices: Service Location:
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Charles “Charlie” W. Fetter, Jr., age 83 of Beaver Falls went to be with the Lord, Thursday, May 3, 2012 in his residence.
Born June 25, 1928 in Beaver Falls, the son of the late Charles and Mary Scott Fetter. He was retired from A & P Supermarket after 32 years of service and was a member of the Holy Family Parish, New Brighton. He was a Sgt in the U.S. Army, 47th Division serving during the Korean War. His favorite past time was spending time with his family and fishing and he was a big Notre Dame fan.
He is survived by his loving wife of 27 years Doris Ann Tripodi Fetter, one son and daughter in law Ed (Michelle) Fetter, three daughters and two son in laws, Christine “Peach” (Michael) Kirschner, Virginia Haffey and Ruth (Bill) Thompson, a sister in law, Anita Tripodi Cook, 14 grandchildren, Brandy (Jamaine) Walker, Michael III (Athena) Kirschner,Andrew Kirschner, Joseph (Katrina) Kirschner, Justin (Allison) Haffey, Jesse Haffey, Josh (Theresa) Haffey, Bill Thompson, William (Heather) Fetter, Ben (Kim) Fetter, Brian (Amanda) Fetter, Connie, Holly and Jennifer Thompson, 14 great grandchildren, a niece Judy (Harry) Guy and a dear friend of the family John Hall..
Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his first wife Betty Jean Krieger Fetter, a son William Charles Fetter and his sisters Mary Ruth Cooley and Jean Johnston.
Friends will be received on Sunday from 1pm until 8pm in the Campbell’s Beaver Falls Funeral Home, 14th Street and Eighth Ave, www.campbellfuneralhomes.com, Prayers will be recited in the funeral home Monday at 9:20am followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Family Parish, New Brighton at 10:00am. Rev. Father Thomas E. Kredel will officiate.
Many thanks to our “Catholic Hospice Angels”, Sheila, Michelle, Lois, Hope, Sue Houser, Sister Mary and Paul Graycar
Full Military Rites will be observed by the Veterans Honor Guard, Sunday at 4:45 pm in the funeral home.
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