Charles A. Miele

December 26, 1946February 27, 2019

Charles A. Miele was born on December 26, 1946 and passed away on February 27, 2019.


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Charles A. Miele

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Christine Miele Patches

March 3, 2019

I remember my cousin Charley as shy and fun-loving. I loved visiting his home, where my aunts, uncles, and other cousins gathered for dinners, holidays, and good times. We also gathered at our grandparents' house for the holidays and enjoyed each other's company. Love, peace, and God's blessings to you always. You will always be in my prayers.

Regina Karam

March 1, 2019

Rest in peace, Charlie.
I remember your sweet self - always kind and gentle. Shy, but intuitive. I remember all the fun times at Grandma' s house. I, as an only child, looked forward to seeing all my cousins on the holidays. And I also loved visiting your beautiful home. Very special and innocent times. Until we meet again, my soldier cousin, remember all your cousins to Jesus. Reggie

Peter Miele

March 1, 2019

My cousin Charley was the most gentlest, kindest man I ever knew.
It's funny how life is, I am in Vietnam two days, I went to the PX and there you
were. We were in the 9th Infantry together in Vietnam. You were infantry and I was
a Medic. What were the odds of us meeting us that God forsaken place. the memories of us
together in Vietnam will always be with me.
Rest in peace my cousin and my brother in the military.

Katherine Miele Gomez

March 1, 2019

My favorite memories of Charley are associated with family gatherings in my Grandparents’ house or vists to his family home in Yonkers NewYork. I remember him as a gentle and shy, older cousin. Perhaps he was the most quiet among my many male cousins.
It is with sadness that I learned today of his passing. Thank you Peter for sharing this information.

Alfred Barecchia

March 1, 2019

Best times when we were kids at grandmas house on Park Hill Ave. Everone was always a there during the holidays. If we got in trouble we did it together at grandmas, usually having dinner, adults in the back tv room with the big table and the kids in the kitchen on the old fashioned Formica topped table.

Peter Joseph Miele

February 28, 2019

My brother and I were left on a Catholic church doorstep in Kew Gardens Queens after WWII in '45 and '46 as orphans. We grew up with a family in Yonkers, NY at 77 Lamartine Ave until 1955. We moved to Edgecliff Terrace in Yonkers and attended Sacred Heart High School. After high school I left for Vietnam with the US Marines and my brother for Vietnam with Army Infantry. After the military, I went to collage and my brother to the police force.
Charley was the best man I ever knew. If they don't let him into Heaven, I never want to go.