Charlie Myers

Resided in Rapid River, MI
Died January 14, 2009

Charlie Myers went to his heavenly home, after a long illness on Wednesday evening January 14, 2009.
Charles “Charlie” Simon Myers was born June 10, 1956 in Kenosha, WI to Murrell & Charlee (DUROY) Myers, both of who preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife Sherry (VanBrocklin), two sons -Tom (Carrie) Curtice, Bill (Michelle) Curtice and a daughter Wendy (Jamie) Webber all of Escanaba. Nine grandchildren – Mackenzie, Kendra, Ashley, Jamie, Jr., Wyatt, Deacon, Alexis, and Yvonne and Xander. Two brothers Robert of Gladstone and Paul (Penny) of Escanaba, one sister Murlee (Mike) Bazinet of Kingsford

0 Tributes for “Charlie Myers

    Charlie was such a great guy! I moved away 25 years ago and still whenever I would run into him he would be ready with a BIG smile and a bear hug! I love that man!! Wow, another good one gone. It makes me so sad. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Anne (Olson) Baum
    Suamico, WI

    Charlie will always be fond in my heart, we graduated together, he always told the story that I was the one that made him trip on the way up to get his diploma, I told him not to trip,so he did. He was always alot of fun to be around. We have all been blessed to have know him…many many great memories of Charlie!

    My deepest sympathy to Charlie’s family!

    Marie Chenier
    Escanaba, MI

    To all of Charlie’s family,

    We are so sorry for your loss. I graduated with Charlie, Tom knew him well too. He sure had an active life….he makes the rest of us feel like stumps!!! He was just a great guy. A wonderful sense of humor, and he will be missed at our reunions. At one of the get togethers, I can still remember when he put a “wig” or something on his head for our big group picture as a joke. It was so funny. Every time I look at that picture, my eyes go right to him. We also all grew up together in the same neighborhood, and as “East Enders” in our town. We passed his house every day on the way to Dan’s, then (Jim’s One Stop)…now A.J’s Market. Sherri, he loved those grandchildren so much. THAT was awesome! Take care, and we are sending our love and prayers to all of you.

    Jessie & Tom Seronko
    Gladstone, MI

    Tom and Carrie- Sorry to hear of your loss. I got a chance to meet Charlie during one of the guy’s softball games. He seemed like a genuine nice guy. May peace be with all of you during this time.

    Brooke Buckley
    Gladstone, MI

    So sorry to hear of the loss of Charlie. I grew up in the same neighborhood as him. He was always a fun guy. He taught me the job of operating the projectors at the old drive-in in Danforth. As with everything he took pride in his work. Sorry for your loss.

    Andy Wiltzius
    Kingsford, MI

    Penny, Paul and the entire Myers family, so deeply sorry to hear we lost Charlie, he was a great person. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Karen & Terry Dahl
    Gladstone, MI

    Tom & Carrie,

    I am very sorry to hear of Charlies passing. Your family is in my prayers.

    Sara S. Raine
    Escanaba, MI

    Sherry and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. We remember Charlie to be a loving individual willing to help anyone. His love for you & his family always showed. With love, Jason, Jenny, Caden & Kennedi Seel

    Jason & Jenny Seel
    Oak Creek, MI

    I remember charle as a family friend. he will be missed very much, and for sherry i am very sorry about your loss. charlie & sherry were always good friends of mine. sherry i hope this finds you doing good. Danica (moulds)Thoson, lori and tom moulds daughter or don and wanda flinns neice.

    Danica Thorson
    Munising, MI

    Charlie and I grew up together in the same neighborhood, and even into adulthood, we could talk for hours. He always made you laugh and was full of very interesting information. He has done a lot of good for our community and will be miss by all that knew him. When Charlie and I were young, he was pushing a red wagon on the sidewalk and I had stopped and was sitting on the grass along side the sidewalk with Missy and Charlie lost control of the wagon and ran into me. Whenever I look at that scar on my knee, I always think of Charlie. My sincere condolences to his entire family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    Patty Waeghe
    Ford River, MI

    I met Charlie years ago while I was an EMT. He was some one who was liked and respected by everyone he met. He was humerous, kind and a true gentleman. He will be missed by all. With more people like Charlie, the earth would truley be a better place.

    Rock, MI

    Charlie was a nice guy, and funny too. He will be missed. You all are in my prayers.

    Ginger Willemsen
    Gladstone, MI

    Tom & Carrie,

    Just wanted to let you both know you are in our thoughts and prayers, and should you or Sherry need anything, please do not hesitate to ask. God’s peace to the family.

    Becky & Tim McIntyre
    Escanaba, MI

    My friends and I met Charlie many many many years ago when he worked at the Drive In up in Danforth. He always stopped and talked with us and always had a smile on his face. I am sorry for your loss and may if fill your heart with joy to know how well liked Charlie was.

    Mary Ann Nelson(Taylor)
    Gladstone, MI

    I graduated with Charlie and he will be very much missed. He was always the life of the party with such an exhuberant personality. I am so sorry for your loss and my prayers and blessings to you and your family.

    Kathy Frazer Tyner
    Montgomery, IL

    I had the pleasure of meeting Charlie when he worked at the Escanaba Generating Station. He used to stop by our house if he happened to be driving by and talk with me and my ex husband. He sure liked to talk 🙂 He will always be remembered by us as a very kind hearted and good person.

    Jenna Nyman
    Escanaba, MI

    Sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. He was a sincere and caring man, very dedicated to his family and community. It was a pleasure to have known and worked with him, he will be missed. God’s Blessings and prayers to the family.

    Mark Hager
    Gladstone, MI

    I had the pleasure of meeting Charlie many years ago through my mom Katrin. My mom used to babysit Charlie, and they has since become good friends. I often remember many phone calls home hearing about Charlie and how everything was going for him. Charlie was a great man and will surely be missed by those who knew him. I feel at such a loss for something to say that would come close to being a comfort for someone who was as wonderful as we remember Charlie of being. May you all remember all the great memories you have of Charlie, his service in the community, his love of his family, and his devotion to his wife, children and grandchildren. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We will miss you Charlie!

    Michelle (Matter) Casey and Family
    Millersburg, PA

    As I struggled to come up with something to say, that might possibly lighten the burden everyone feels by the loss of Charlie, one fond memory came to mind above all others. I met Charlie, when I began babysitting him when he was 10. And one thing I will always remember is that he loved ketchup sandwiches. Charlie will also be remembered for the many causes that he supported and all the service he did in the community. I was very saddened and felt a deep sense of loss learning of Charlies passing, and my heart goes out to you Sherry, and the entire family. Please know I’m thinking of you and you’ll be in my thoughts and prayers. Charlie was a wonderful man and will be surely be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

    Katrin (Mineau) Pottiger
    Halifax, PA

    I will miss Charlie very much.He was a great neighbor and I was sorry when he moved. And I would like to say how sorry I am to his wife and grandkids. And of course to the dog too. Charlie loved that dog.

    Debbie Kennedy
    Gladstone, MI

    Charlie was an interesting person. Seldom had we ever seen him when he did not have a smile on his face and a true love for the Lord in his heart. Life goes by so quickly that we always feel there will be time to see someone and then in the twinkling of an eye they are gone. Charlie will be sincerely missed by everyone who knew him. I have no doubt that Charlie is at piece and at home with Christ. Our prayers go out to Sherry and all of his family. Harlond & Julie Foster.

    Harlond & Julie Foster
    Gladstone, MI

    Charlie, you were one of the most dear and genuine people I was ever blessed to know. You were a wonderful neighbor to my Mom and little sister and you always made us all smile. Your love and laughter will never be forgotten. Peace to you Charlie and your family.

    AnnMarie Jasso
    Gladstone, MI

    Charles Family,

    I remember Charlie from the good old days of roller skating in Escanaba. He sure was alot of fun.He brought joy to everyone who was lucky enough to know him. God Bless You Charlie, may you rest in peace.

    Pat Meyer
    Gladstone, MI

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