Charles Otis Williams

Born: Tue., Apr. 27, 1920
Died: Sun., Jan. 25, 2015


1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Fri., Jan. 30, 2015
Location: Cleveland Rd. Location

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Fri., Jan. 30, 2015
Location: Cleveland Rd. Location

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 Charles Otis Williams

April 27, 1920 - Jan. 25, 2015 SOUTH BEND


Charles O. Williams, 94, of South Bend, died Sunday, January 25, 2015 in Cardinal Nursing and Rehabilitation. He was born April 27, 1920, in Plymouth, IN to the late Otis L. and Irene N. (Locher) Williams. On July 3, 1948 he married Evelyn R. Wurster who died September 15, 2005. Also preceding him in death was a sister, Jean Young. Charles is survived by his son, Charles Lynn Williams (Julie) of Culver, IN. Charles retired from the Bendix Corp. after 41 years' service as a process Engineer in the Energy controls division. He graduated from South Bend Central High School and served in the United States Army during WWII. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 30, 2015 in the Welsheimer Family Funeral Home North, 17033 Cleveland Rd., where friends may visit with the family one hour prior to the service. Entombment will follow in St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made in memory to the F.O.P. or the American Heart Association.

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Charitable donations may be made in Charles's memory to the following organizations:

American Heart Association of Northern IN
6100 W. 96th St. Indianapolis, IN 46278

F.O.P. Lodge 36
P.O. Box 299, South Bend, Indiana, 46601

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   Posted Sat January 31, 2015
Charles and Julie, I am so very sorry about the loss of your Dad. He was a great and smart man, he will be missed. Good thoughts and hugs for you both.

To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.
(Harold Robbins)