Charles R. Sarver
November 25, 1923 ‒ June 19, 2004
Charles R. “Charlie” Sarver, age 80 of Delaware died at home, Saturday afternoon, June 19, 2004 surrounded by his family.
He was born on November 25, 1923 in Peoria, Ohio in Union County to the late Jacob H. and Mary (Opphile) Sarver. Graduate of Raymond High School Class of 1942 and then served his country as a US Army Veteran of WW II, participating in the European Theater. Charlie worked as a supervisor for the Eljers Plumbing Company in Marysville for 21 years and for Delo Screw in Delaware for 21 years.
He was an active member of Delaware Bible Church, his faith was very important to him, he loved the Lord. Charlie enjoyed Bible study and was a member of the Reed Miller V.F.W. Post #3297. His interests include; flower gardening, bird watching, woodworking and making things for his grandchildren.
Very proud of his family, he is survived by his loving wife of almost 60 years; Edith (Feasel), whom he married Sept. 9, 1944, 5 daughters: Lois (Don) Armstrong of Encampment, WY, Carolyn (Bob) Corbin of Marysville, Beverly (Chuck) Johnson of Delaware, Sally (John) Reichelderfer of Mansfield, Valeta (Dean) Goon of Marion, 12 Grandchildren: Kim Lehnert, Tracey Stevenson, Michelle Suiter, Kevin Corbin, Kathy Burson, Charlene Johnson, Stephen Johnson, Lyndsey, Katlyn, and Olivia Reichelderfer, Hunter and Juliette Goon, 7 Great-grandchildren, 1 Great-great-granddaughter, Sisters: Winifred Sarver of Marysville, Leona Stanford of Toledo.
Preceded in death by Grandson; Zachary Reichelderfer in 1997, Brothers: Jacob II, Frank, and John Sarver, Sisters: Mildred Wood, Helen Clark, Elizabeth Sarver, Alice Mitchell, Mary Lockwood, Martha Donaugh, and Florence Appleman.
Friends may call Tuesday 5-8 p.m. at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 75 W. William St. (SR 36), Delaware. Funeral Services will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Delaware Bible Church, 45 Belle Ave., Delaware with Pastor Richard Van Gorden officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Memorial Park with military honors provided by the Delaware County Veterans Assoc.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Delaware Bible Church.
Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com