Charles R. Schlosser
September 16, 1931 – March 19, 2018
Charles R. Schlosser, 86, Korean War Army Veteran, beloved husband of the late Rebecca, nee Spencer; devoted father of Charles Richard (Denise) Schlosser, Cherie Loughran, Laurie (Michael) Lathus, Dawn (Randy) Bowman, Kimberly (John) Horneij and Randy (Angela) Crutchfield; proud grandfather of 15; great-grandfather of 14; loving brother of Robert (Eunice), David (Phyllis), Jeanne (the late Charles) Delphenis and the late Carol Spencer. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation Thursday, 3:00 PM until time of Service at 8:00 PM at Zimmerman & Sandeman Memorial Chapel, 5200 W. 95th St., Oak Lawn, IL. Interment Private. Info. 708-424-0340 or www.zimmermansandeman.com.
- Visitation Thursday, March 22, 2018
- Chapel Funeral Service Thursday, March 22, 2018
Charles R. Schlosser
March 28, 2018
To Mr Schlosser's love ones. Even though, I know of no words to rid you of your pain during this most difficult time. May our prayers strengthen us and our memories comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God, lovingly promises.
March 22, 2018
My favorite & oldest memory of you is of you twirling me & my brother around on the front lawn of your parents home. You were already a teenager & I was impressed that you spent time entertaining a couple of little kids while the grownups visited inside. I was happy to reunite with you at your 80th birthday party.
May the memory of you always bring a smile to ones face. You will be greatly missed by the wonderful family that survives. xoxo
Nicole (Bowman) Marohl
March 21, 2018
Pops was the best grandpa we could've been blessed with.
He worked hard. Played (and joked) hard. And loved even harder. His smile was infectious. His soul was pure. The way he lit up when he was with his family was a sight to behold. He was our family craftsman and could fix anything. He never stood down from a project or challenge.
I find so much peace in visualizing you and Gram reunited after almost 6 and 1/2 years apart. Give her a big hug and kiss for us, please.
Love you so much, Pops. You will always be the man, the myth, the legend to us. We will try to make you as proud as you've made us.
March 20, 2018
The loss of a sibling is a part of our childhood and memories that are so special. Saying goodbye to a wonderful brother is very, very hard. It really hurts to lose someone you love. I will miss him but also am eternally grateful for the times we had together. May his 5 beautiful children, grandchildren, and his entire family find peace and comfort in their treasured memories. I love you Chuckie!