Charles R. Stadnik

15 juillet , 19329 novembre , 2019

Charles "Chuck" R. Stadnik, age 87 of Economy Boro, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 9, 2019. Born to the late Edith and Charles W. Stadnik, Chuck was a native of Ambridge. Husband of the late Marion J. (Link) Stadnik. Devoted father of Linda P. Sparacino (Michael) of Economy Boro, Thomas A. Stadnik (Anita) of Ohioville, PA, Carolyn D. Yager (David) of Industry, PA, Debra C. Moore (Edward) of Conway, Charles J. Stadnik (Jane) of Ambridge and the late Robert D. Stadnik (surviving wife Gloria) of Parkville, MD; proud Pap of 28 and great-Pap of 31; brother of Paul (Nancy), Duane (Diane), Robert Stadnik and the late Earl (surviving wife Peggy) and James (deceased wife Jackie) Stadnik. Also survived by nieces, nephews and cousins. After the passing of Chuck's wife, Marion, he became the long time companion of Evelyn "Evie" Henry.

Chuck was a member of the Beaver County Wood Carpenters, the American Legion and of the Steelworkers Union (working for J & L Welding Tube Division in Aliquippa). He served his country honorably in the United States Coast Guard during the Korean Conflict. Chuck was an avid gardener with both flowers and vegetables, loved to travel and enjoyed nature. He instilled in each child a very strong work ethic. His family will carry his sense of humor with them always.

Family will be receiving friends on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM at the Saul-Gabauer Funeral Home, Inc., 273 Route 68, Rochester, PA, 15074,where a Blessing Service will be held on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 11 AM. Burial will follow on the cemetery grounds at Sylvania Hills Memorial Park. Chuck's family suggests that next spring in his memory, please go plant in your garden.


  • Visitation mardi, 12 novembre , 2019
  • Visitation mardi, 12 novembre , 2019
  • Blessing Service mercredi, 13 novembre , 2019


Charles R. Stadnik


BRANDI Wolfgram

13 novembre , 2019

I have fond memories of spending time at Uncle Charles and Aunt Marion's house in summer when I was young. I always remembering him gardening outside and his laugh while all of grandkids and cousins were running around playing or heading to see the Pirates play. My thoughts and sympathies are with the immediate family, and sorry I could not attend to pay my respects.

Edward Stadnik

11 novembre , 2019

My wife Jane and I send condolences to all of Chuck's Family. Among many memories is when Charles returned home from the Coast Guard and showed film of some of his events. The crossing of the timeline was a novelty to our audience and had us laughing till we cried. I will remember it forever. Cousin Charles was a hard worker and a good father ....We will all miss him.....
with love.....Cousin Eddie and Jane.....