Charles Allen Laisure, Jr.

October 14, 1948 ‒ October 04, 2021

Mansfield, Ohio
Formerly of Sunbury, Ohio

MANSFIELD:  It was Chuck Laisure’s  fun and friendly personality that set him apart from others. His out-going nature put people at ease, and will be his legacy.

Chuck passed away Monday, October 4, 2021 in Avita Hospital Ontario. He was 72.

Born Charles Allen Laisure, Jr. October 14, 1948 in Columbus to parents Charles A. Laisure, Sr. and Marjorie (Seydler) Laisure, he was graduated from Big Walnut High School in 1968, and earned his Associates degree from ITT Technical Institute.

He accepted a position with GTE in Delaware as a network engineer and worked with them through transfers to Muskegon, MI, and mergers, retiring in 2004 from Verizon.

Early in life, Chuck served as an assistant scout master for his son’s Boy Scout troop.

He is survived by his wife Mary (Barretta) Laisure; whom he married July 14, 1973; their sons Brian Laisure of Kalamazoo, MI, and Bradley Laisure of Mansfield.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister Marilyn Laisure.

Though no public services will be held, his family wishes his memory, his stories, and his fun personality will be held dear to your heart. They will hold private interment services in Greenlawn Cemetery in Columbus. The Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home, Mansfield is serving the family.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory are encouraged to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Shriner’s Hospital for Children.

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  • Mary: So very sorry for the loss of your husband. Your many years of marriage has certainly left you with many wonderful memories to cherish forever. “Time” will only allow those memories to grow more and more precious. Blessings to you and all of your family as God sustains and comforts you at this sad time. With deepest sympathy,
    Ron and Rita Odson

  • Chuck was my neighbor, and so very kind. As a single gal, I was asking him one day who I could call to come fix my post light. I got some names, but then the next morning I looked out my window, and there is Chuck – rewiring my light. Will always think of him when it turns on.

    Angie Miller

  • Dear Mary,
    Larry and I are so sorry for your loss. We enjoyed waving to him when he sat on the front porch with you. I hope your happy life together will provide many memories to cherish.

  • So sorry for your loss. I will always remember Charles as a happy go lucky person when we were in school together. I also have enjoyed being friends on Facebook and seeing his comments about current events. I know his loss will be felt deeply by his family and friends.

    Our sympathies,
    Howard and Patty Pontius

  • Mary:
    Donna and I are very sorry for your loss. We enjoyed getting to know Chuck once you moved into Jean’s house.He was such a friendly, helpful person and will be missed.
    If we can do anything to help, please let us know.

    Our deepest sympathy,

    Joe and Donna O’Brien

  • Mary,
    Our heartfelt sympathy at the loss of your husbsnd and prayers for comfort during this most difficult time. May your many memories being solace.
    We are also kerping your son in our prayers.
    Wayne and Linda McKenna

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