November 30, -0001 - October 26, 2011
.Chappell, Charles W. Devoted husband of Barb Chappell (nee Kennedy) for 52 years. Loving father of David (Marilyn) Chappell, Daniel Chappell, and John (Vicki) Chappell. Dear grandfather of Rebecca (Grant) Knowlton, David Eric Chappell, and Sara (Michael) Knabe. Passed away October 26, 2011, age 83. Visitation will be on Sunday, October 30th at West Chester Presbyterian Church, 8930 Cinti-Dayton Rd., from 4 â€“ 8 pm. Funeral service will be held on Monday at 10 am at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Reach Out Lakota, 6561 Station Rd., West Chester, OH, 45069 or the The Community Foundation of West Chester / Liberty, 5641 Union Centre Rd., West Chester, OH, 45069.
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
I send my thoughts and prayers to you and your family at Charlies’ passing.
He was truly a unique individual.
I was honored to have known him.
His life is an inspiration to many.
So sorry to learn of Charlies’ passing. He was such a wonderful man with such a giving & compassionate spirit. He has stored up many treasures in heaven and it is now time to collect. We are happy to have known him. JoAnn & Fred Neumann
We will always fondly remember his kindness, intellect, and his “passion to tinker”.
A few times in our lives we are privileged to meet people who are truly unforgettable – and it was at one of those times that I was privileged to meet the unforgettable Charlie Chappell. Via an introduction by his son, John, Charlie and I became close friends and mutual admirers. I found him to be an amazing man, blest with an amazing mind, and both he and his wife made me feel always welcome whenever I entered their home. He will be missed by many, but his memory will live on – and we shall look back and remember that our world was made somewhat better because of what Charlie did in it.
Barb and Family – My deepest sympathy – May your faith in God help you all through this very difficult time.
Barb and all of Charlie’s Family:
I am sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. He was a leader that changed the community he lived in for the better. He was creative, a risk taker and someone that dreamed big dreams and then made them happen. We are all better for what Charlie gave to us in this life.
I was blessed to have known you. Our many discussions will live on…
Dear Barb and the family of Charlie Chappell:
My greatest sympathies and condolences as you go through this grieving for the loss of your devoted husband, father and friend. I would like to share with you it has been my honor to have known Charlie and that his smiling face and gracious receiving of others will be genuinely missed; however memory of him will be treasured by many. May Godâ€™s Blessings and Peace be with you. Warmest regards, T. J. Bugg
Our sincere and deepest sympathies for Barb, the boys and the entire Chappell family. Charlie was a kind, caring and generous man. His selfless involvement in business and community will certainly be missed. A personal dear friend of mine, I’ll miss our intuitive conversations and his contagious smile.
It brings much sorrow to say that we have lost a great man. Charlie was a man that always gave me advise on how to be smart business person, but also how to treat others as you would want to be treated. My sympathy goes out to Barb and his family. He will be missed, but not ever forgotten. Brent
I didn’t know you Charlie, but I do know your son. You’ve left a good legacy. I’m glad you’ve found peace. Namaste