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Charles Thomas Blosch

September 30, 1942August 12, 2018

Charles Thomas Blosch, 75, passed away on August 12, 2018. He was born the son of the late Charles Hanson and Helen Lois Blosch in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Charles resided in Virginia Beach with his wife, Darlene. He worked over twenty years as a Master Electrician for Peabody Coal. Charles was a US Marine and an Army National Guard (CW2). He loved to read, watch TV and play cards.

He leaves to cherish his memory, wife Darlene: two daughters, Bernadette Marie Fields (John Paul) and Jessica Nicole Schroth (Jeffrey): two sons, Charles Thomas Blosch II (Elise) and Joseph Dean Blosch: three sisters, Roberta Mae Hollis, Helen Marie Warner and Edna Louise Kraatz: one brother, Ruben William Blosch: and seven grandchildren, Johnathan and Samuel Paul Fields, Charles Thomas Blosch III (Valerie), Eva Rae Blosch, Braedyn Richard, Macey Marie and Finley Madilynn Schroth.

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Charissa Kirsch

September 3, 2018

I remember Uncle Tommy teaching us canasta too. This seems like a common thread. I too wish our families had more time together. Reat in heaven.

Jeff Schroth

August 31, 2018

As I began to be part of this family in the summer of 96 I was welcomed without question. Knowing how a father would feel about his baby girl dating. I never gave him a reason to ever question my feelings or intentions. He and Darlene treated me as I had been there my entire life. We shared a similar passion in cars which gave us something to connect from day one. When the family decided to move from NM to VA and Jessica only being 16 I was invited to make the trip with them. A decision that I took them up on and have never looked back or second guessed. When my father passed in 04 I was 25. I’m not ashamed to admit that I still had so much to learn about life and being a MAN. Anyone guess where I’m going with this? Charles took on that role of a fatherly figure in my life because I believed then and do this day that everyday I could and would continue my life lessons of being a man,father,son,brother and husband. I’m now 40 and I honestly feel that even in these darker days that he has put his footprint in my heart and in my life. He may not be here on a physical level anymore but he is still with us all in his own way or our own way because he touched so many in so many wonderful and different ways. I have cried and continue to have a empty spot but I’m so grateful for being allowed,welcomed,and part of this family for 22 years and counting. Charles I know you are here and just want to say THANK YOU,LOVE YOU,and MISS YOU!!!!

Charles Blosch

August 30, 2018

In a cold world, he was a warm, loyal, and caring light. He was a good example for others to follow. I will certainly miss him dearly.

Renee Lewis

August 22, 2018

I'll miss you, Uncle Tom. Wish I had more time to get to know you better. I know Mom will miss you terribly. From what I hear, you were an amazing big brother!

FROM THE FAMILY

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FROM THE FAMILY

Charles T. Blosch

FROM THE FAMILY

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FROM THE FAMILY

Charles T. Blosch

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