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Charles Bradley
Whittemore

Charles Whittemore, 88, of Colorado Springs, CO, former long-time resident of Fremont, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at Melody Assisted Living in Colorado Springs.

Charles and his beloved wife Carol (nee Schroeder), shared 58 years of marriage before her death in 2011. His love of photography documented many shared happy moments with their family and of their trips to Kenya, Egypt, Peru, and other exotic destinations. Charles retired from General Electric Corp. after a 38-year career.

He is survived by his children:  Larry (Tammy) Whittemore, Lynn (Michael) Jeka, Steve (Elaine) Whittemore, Jeff Whittemore, Sharon (Mark) Huff and Jan (John) Strombeck along with 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be held on Monday, December 6, 2021 at Heritage Funeral Home, 9200 S. 27th St. in Oak Creek from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM.  Burial at Arlington Park Cemetery will be private for the family.

In honor of Charles’ life, the family requests that donations to the American Heart Association be made in lieu of flowers.

Donations to the American Heart Association may be made online by going to:  https://www.heart.org

By mail:  complete tribute donation form (available on the above website) and mail to:   American Heart Association, PO Box 840692, Dallas, TX  75284-0692

By phone:  800-242-8721

2 Comments

  1. Mary S Bernier November 27, 2021 at 11:16 am - Reply

    That picture is awesome It is just how I remember that smiley guy. He made us laugh but he also had a wealth of knowledge and helped us in the workshop so many times to figure things out. Chuck and Carol are just priceless friends.

  2. Shirley Fourmy December 1, 2021 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    So sorry for your loss. I worked with Chuck at Electric Avenue. Always such a gentleman. We have a family cottage near Fremont and ran into him at the beach several years ago. What a happy surprise. May the Lord comfort you now and in the days ahead.

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