OBITUARY

Charles "Chuck" D. Nesbitt

March 27, 1964January 1, 2021
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Charles “Chuck” D. Nesbitt, 56 of Louisville, passed away unexpectedly on January 1, 2021. He is preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Gerry Nesbitt. Chuck is survived by his wife of 24 years, Nancy Nesbitt; a sister, Nancy Sloan and spouse Greg; nieces, Heather Allison; and a great nephew Maxwell and Sarah Roczika and great nieces, Isabelle and Alexis. Guests are invited to attend a visitation from 10-12:30 pm on Friday, January, 8, 2021 at Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Rd. A funeral service will follow the visitation starting at 12:30pm with interment after at Cave Hill Cemetery. To leave an online condolence or to sign the digital guestbook. Please log onto www.archlheadywestport.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, January 8, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, January 8, 2021

  • Interment

    Friday, January 8, 2021

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Charles "Chuck" D. Nesbitt

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Mark Matibag

January 21, 2021

I remember Chuck from my youth and high school. Chuck was smart, fun, had a great smile (smirk) and I laughed well with his sense of humor. He's bringing a smile to my heart now as I remember him. Enjoy your peace Chuck. Great person. You are remembered.

Scott Pritchett

January 8, 2021

Some of my best times when I was young were spent with Chuck. Halloween, July 4th, Christmas— you’d find us together any of those times. My parents liked Chuck an awful lot, too, which I can’t say for all my friends back then.

We spent a lot of time at each other’s houses.

I still remember Chuck taking the phones apart and hooking them up outside to make phone calls. I tried to do the same thing and we wound up down one South Central Bell phone. But later on Chuck fixed it for us.

I also remember him using his CB radio on the boat at Lake Cumberland. A quote from Chuck about this: “This CB is really a base unit, not a mobile. But now that I’ve got it rigged for the boat, it’s a MOBILE BASE!”

You could pick up our signal anywhere on that giant lake. Good times.

I won’t say anything about any antics later on in our youth... well maybe a little. Sometimes we’d tool around in Mr. Nesbitt’s (Chuck’s parents were both great to me as well) Ford LTD. Let’s just say the fact that it looked a lot like a police car combined with Chuck’s ability to wire up a PA in the car allowed for some good-hearted fun in Cherokee Park on many a night. Sorry, back-seat kissing couples. I apologize now for parking behind you, throwing in the bright lights, and turning on the PA to ask if you had been drinking.

One thing: I guarantee you nothing we ever did was really mean. Chuck was just naturally a good guy by nature. I think of our good times often, and sometimes even tell the tales, of which there are many.

I will miss you, Chuck. What I wouldn’t give for one more time at the Lake with you.

Gail Czapala

January 8, 2021

I browsed the LDRA photo site yesterday and as I looked at the pictures I found of Chuck, Nancy and Bear over the years they made me smile and some made me laugh out loud as I remembered the moment that was captured. Chuck, you were a good man and I enjoyed knowing you. You also passed the “Gus” test which sealed the deal for me. Follow the Rainbow my friend and say hello to Bear and Gus for me!!! Gail

Kathy Nolan

January 7, 2021

I'm so sorry that Chuck is gone. Nancy, I'm sure you feel shaken apart. Many a time my late husband especially looked forward to seeing Chuck at the dog park. Usually, it was to talk about his cars, but I'm sure there was more that they shared. Such a sense of humor he had! Let me know if I can help in any way.

Dana and Woof Martin

January 7, 2021

My heart is with all of you through this grieving time. Know that everything Chuck did for us at the Sawyer Dog Park was and continues to be so greatly appreciated!

Jim Kushman

January 6, 2021

Chuck was a great friend and we spent many hours working together working with LDRA at their Dog Parks. He will be greatly missed. Condolences to his wife.

ellen campbell

January 6, 2021

Nancy, At this difficult time please know my love, prayers, and hugs will always be with you, Much Love, Aunt Ellen

Teri Mc Michael - Reeves

January 5, 2021

Nancy and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Chucks passing. Growing up in Louisville living behind you guys were fun times. Did we drive Chuck crazy or did he drive us crazy.
All the chocolate chip cookie dough we ate at your house amoung so many other things we did. Prayers for Chuck and his family.
Thinking of you Nancy ♥️

Karen Smallwood Dunn

January 5, 2021

Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you

Elizabeth Seely

January 5, 2021

Chuck was always so nice and welcoming. He always had something funny to say! Although I have not seen him or been to the dog park in years, I often thought about him and his wife Nancy.
He will truly be missed by many. Our world needs more people like him!

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Biography

Charles “Chuck” D. Nesbitt, 56 of Louisville, passed away unexpectedly on January 1, 2021.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Gerry Nesbitt.
Chuck is survived by his wife of 24 years, Nancy Nesbitt, a sister, Nancy Sloan and spouse Greg, nieces, Heather Allison and a great nephew Maxwell and Sarah Roczika and great nieces, Isabelle and Alexis.
Guests are invited to attend a visitation from 10-12:30 pm on Friday, January, 8, 2021 at Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Rd. A funeral service will follow the visitation starting at 12:30pm with interment after at Cave Hill Cemetery.
To leave an online condolence or to sign the digital guestbook. Please log onto www.archlheadywestport.com