Charles E. Corwin

March 06, 1943 ‒ November 21, 2018

Mansfield, Ohio

Charles E. Corwin passed away Wednesday evening, November 21, 2018 in Ohio Health Mansfield Hospital surrounded by his family. He was 75.

He was born March 6, 1943 in Mansfield, Ohio to parents Charlie & Helen Corwin. Charles proudly served his country by joining the US Army in 1964 during the Vietnam War and was honorably discharged in 1966.

Charles worked at General Motors, where he worked for over 30 years until retiring in 1997. He was also a lifetime member of the VFW Post 5101, the Disabled American Veterans, the Galion AM Vets, and the Moose Lodge.

A talented musician, Charles loved music and was able to play a wide variety of instruments. Using his musical talents, he volunteered his time at local nursing homes singing karaoke for all of the residents. He also had a passion for cars and all auto sports. He always owned a hot-rod or classic muscle car and enjoyed attending races at Mid-Ohio Race Track. Above all Charles was a family man and loved spending time with those who loved him.

He is survived by his children Anita Corwin and Rueben (Tabatha) Corwin; grandchildren Nathaniel, Sophia, and Grayson; his sister Shirley Hershner; and nephews Sam Hershner and Mike Hershner.

Charles was preceded in death by his parents.

A graveside service in Charles’ honor will take place in Oak Grove Memorial Park on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. with military honors.

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