Charles E. Kimmell

Born: Thu., Jun. 16, 1955
Died: Thu., Apr. 14, 2016


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Sun., Apr. 17, 2016
Location: Robert F. Mulcahy Funeral Home

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Mon., Apr. 18, 2016
Location: Central City United Methodist Church


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Apr. 18, 2016
Location: Central City United Methodist Church


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Kimmell, Charles E., 60, Newville, formerly of Central City, died April 14, 2016.  Born June 16, 1955, the son of Ernest and Norma Kimmell.  Preceded in death by parents; and grandparents, Tink and Edith Kimmell.   Survived by wife, Sunny; son, Joseph and wife Michelle, all of Newville; cousins, Jake and Jean Custer, and Darlene and Robert Hitechew.  Chuck retired from both the U.S. Army and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Friends will be received from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Mulcahy Funeral Home, Central City, and from 10 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. Monday at the Central City United Methodist Church, Pastor John Hickman, officiating.  Committal Shade cemetery.  Graveside military rites by Central City American Legion and VFW posts.  www.mulcahyfuneralhome.com.

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Dee Custer
   Posted Sun April 17, 2016
I will forever remember all the times we shared together as kids. I wish as we grew older we would have stayed in touch and continued to be as close. I know you are with your Dad, Granddad, and Grandma, and with Forry probably plowing snow! You have your wings now. Fly high!

Gina L. Osborn
   Posted Sun April 17, 2016
Sunny and Joseph,

My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Chuck and I served together in Germany back in the 80s. He was my friend, my partner and the big brother I never had. We worked hard, had a lot of laughs, and no matter what, I knew he always had my back.

What I learned most from Chuck was the true meaning of team work. Chuck always put forth that extra effort to make sure we all had what we needed. He also went the extra mile, each and every time, to accomplish the mission. When I look back on my military career, most of my best memories include Chuck; some of my best stories are about him!

I know this is a difficult time, but I hope you find comfort in knowing the significant impact Chuck had, not only on me, but on so many people with whom he served. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Connie Huff
   Posted Sun April 17, 2016
Dear Sunny and Joseph, I worked with Chuck in Germany in the early 1990s. Chuck was always an inspiration to his teammates and soldiers. He was kind, easy going, helpful, and always willing to go the extra mile for someone or for the mission. He always talked lovingly of his family, and it was clear that family and service to our country were the most important priorities in his life. I admired Chuck and am honored to have served with him and call him my friend. You are my my thoughts and prayers. Connie

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