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Charles "Chuck" Loadman

Died: Sat., Aug. 4, 2018


Private Committal


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2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Tue., Aug. 07, 2018
Location: Kegel Funeral Home Inc.


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Charles E. Loadman

 

 

            Charles E. “Chuck” Loadman, 85, of Finleyville died Saturday, August 4, 2018 at Mt. Vernon of Elizabeth personal care home

            He was born October 13, 1932 in Gastonville; a son of Clarence and Ida Loadman.

            Mr. Loadman was retired as chief of police of the former Union Township Police Department.

            He was a member of Henry M. Phillips Lodge 337 F & AM in Monongahela and was an honorary life member of Finleyville Volunteer Fire Department.

            Surviving are his wife, Patricia Kennedy Loadman; a daughter, Bonnie Loadman (Lawrence Roffenbender) of Fairfax, VA; three grandchildren, Joshua (Chin Chee Yap), Jason and Jessica (David Rabinowitz); and a great grandson, Max.

            Friends will be received from 2-5 P.M. Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at Kegel Funeral Home, Inc., Tim P. Kegel, supervisor, David P. Kegel, director, 3560 Washington Avenue, in Finleyville. Private interment will be held in James Chapel Cemetery in Finleyville.  Memorial contributions can be made to Finleyville Volunteer Fire Department, 3560 Washington Avenue, Finleyville, PA  15332.

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Patricia Wise
   Posted Mon August 06, 2018

SENTIMENTAL THOUGHTS was sent by Patricia Wise.

So very sad to learn of Uncle Chuck's passing. Condolences to Aunt Pat. Your niece, Trish


Susan Ritsko
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
Pat and family - so sorry to hear of your loss. I am niece of Paul Costello. I remember visiting your house with Aunt Mary years ago.

Shirley Bowers Evans
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
Pat and family
I am a childhood friend of Chuck. We spent many an hour sitting on the fence at his home. Mary Lou lived just across the street and we all played together with my brother Phil. Sorry to hear of his passing. Just me and Bird Snee left of the old gang.

William Johns
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
I worked with Chuck,when I was an Officer with Monongahela Police,Chuck was a fine person and great Police officer, so sorry for your loss. Bill Johns

Mary Lou Lawrence and family
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
Please accept our sincere condolences. Pat - I hope you remember me, it's Mary Lou -- my Dad was Lou G that lived at the Residence. You and I got to be pretty good friends. I'm sorry that I haven't been able to come around and visit with you, but I'm having a hard time talking myself into walking into the Residence and knowing that my Dad isn't there. You and Chuck went through a rough time, but remember there were many more GREAT times than bad. Please take care of yourself. (I don't know if you still have my phone number - but, if you do, feel free to call). Again, you all have our sincere sympathy.

MICHAEL FENDYA
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
HAVE KNOWN CHUCK SINCE MY EARLY YEARS IN PUBLIC SERVICE. I NEVER HAD THE PLEASURE TO WORK WITH HIM BUT EVER SINCE WE MET, HE ALWAYS REMEMBERED MY NAME! I HAVE ALWAYS HEARD MANY GREAT THINGS ABOUT HIM AS A POLICE OFFICER. MY SINCEREST SYMPATHIES TO HIS FAMILY & FRIENDS. REST IN PEACE BROTHER

Arlene Paul
   Posted Sun August 19, 2018
Pat and Family, Please accept our deepest sympathies. I remember you and Chuck as i was growing up. You were friends with my parents ( Jake and Bunch Lawrence) and my husband, Jim's parents (Edie and Phil Paul).

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