Charles Albjerg

June 4, 1955April 25, 2013

Charles Jay Albjerg June 4, 1955 – April 25, 2013 Charles Albjerg was born June 4, 1955 in Minneapolis, MN, and passed away April 25, 2013, in Phoenix, AZ, after long battling effects of injuries sustained in accidents in 2008. He grew up in the Twin Cities area and graduated from Bloomington Kennedy High School, and from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Charlie worked as a flight test engineer for McDonald Douglas on the MD80 and for Boeing on the B-767. He also worked for other firms on a variety of aircraft, including projects for NASA and the US Air Force. In the course of his career, Charlie worked in several areas of the country, including Long Beach, CA, San Antonio, TX, Marquette MI, and Savannah, GA. He lived and worked for several years in Seattle, WA, Bend, OR and in Tehachapi, CA. He had been to every state in the US except Alaska. Charlie enjoyed snow skiing and mountain hiking for many years. For the last 30 years or so he enjoyed doting on his beloved German Shepherd dogs. Charlie was preceded in death by his parents Howard and Lucille Albjerg. He is survived by his twin sister Carol Nielsen (Mark), brother Greg Albjerg (Janet), niece and nephews. Interment is at Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary. Memorial service is at 4 PM on Monday, May 6, at Palmcroft Baptist Church, 15825 North 35th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ, 85053. Unless otherwise indicated, memorial funds will be donated to the UCLA Brain Injury Research Center (BIRC).


Charles Albjerg

have a memory or condolence to add?


receive updates when new memories are posted

Dan Kolb

December 14, 2013

I also had the fortunate experience to work with Charley on the Boeing Anti-Satellite (ASAT) program. He was quite the character, and always found a way to add humor to our daily challenges. I wish you (his surviving family) the very best for this holiday season, and may 2014 bring a ray of sunshine as you go on with your own lives without him. My sincere condolences for your loss. RIP Charley.

David Kokko

December 14, 2013

As I hadn't talked with Charley for quite some time I was shocked to discover his Obituary on the internet. He and I were good friends and first met at work on the Boeing ASAT program. He was a great friend and we shared many a good time partying and other fun outdoor activities. I found him to have fine character and reliability traits and he will be greatly missed be everyone who knew or worked with him as I did. You have my sincerest condolences and I'm sure he is now happily together with his parents. Best regards from a friend.

April 28, 2013

I truly am sorry for your loss. God is for us refuge and strength in times of distress.