OBITUARY

Charles Louis Albin

October 21, 1927June 12, 2013

Charles "Chuck" Louis Albin Sr. of Orangevale, CA was born in Gering, Nebraska on October 21, 1927 to parents Lester and Ada Albin. Relocating to Woodland, CA where he met the love of his life, Ramona Henne. Chuck was a devoted husband for over 67 years. He raised his family in Woodland and later resided in Orangevale the las 55 years. Chuck played trumpet in the big band era. He also enjoyed fishing and auto racing. Chuck built and raced in the early 1950's and continued to build race cars into the early 90's. Chuck was preceded in death by his granddaughter, Amy Albin Johnson. He is survived by his loving wife, Ramona and their children: Chuck Albin Jr (Sue), Pamela Davis (Barry), and Patricia Masters (Paul). Grandchildren, Derek Albin (Jodi), Rhiannon Severin (Robert), Brandon Owens, Samantha Wisberg (Travis); his sister, Carolyn Hubbard and 12 great grandchildren.

Chuck was a WWII Navy Veteran and served abroad on The USS Baltimore. He was a machinist by trade and worked for Aerojet and retired from Allied Maintenance.

A Celebration of Life will be held for family and friends at Cordova Lutheran Church at 10400 Coloma Road in Rancho Cordova, on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 11am.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, July 13, 2013
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Charles Louis Albin

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Shirley Saunders

July 12, 2013

Chuck and Sue, Derek, Ramona and the rest of the family. Sending you my sympathy,, Amy's family is here from Texas and we are doing family pictures that morning or I would be there celebrating a wonderful life and man.

Ralph & Shari Stocki

July 9, 2013

It has been an honor to have live next door to Chuck and Ramona for the past 37 years.

Chuck would visit with Ralph as he worked on our harley. He would give suggestions on how to make the bike go faster.

Chuck was a very talent person who could make anything. Especially like building cars his grand children and great grand children could race.

I enjoyed watching him on his riding lawn mower but could never get him to let me ride it.

FROM THE FAMILY