OBITUARY

Chuck Luther Scheibelhood

May 17, 1955February 17, 2021

Charles L. “Chuck” Scheibelhood, age 65 of Ravenna, passed away Wednesday, February 17, 2021. He was born May 17, 1955, in Akron, Ohio, to parents Raymond and Zelma (Nelson) Scheibelhood. Chuck served in the National Guard and previously attended St. Joseph Church in Randolph. He worked in construction at many different places, including for Brimfield Township. Chuck was a free spirit who hitchhiked across the United States and into Mexico. He was the Gold Glove Boxer for Akron in 1973, and very proud of his 35 years with AA. Chuck is survived by his brothers Ted (Sylvia) Scheibelhood and Ed (Sandra) Scheibelhood, as well as his niece Danielle Scheibelhood. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Michael and Patrick, and his sister Becky. Chuck’s wishes for cremation are being honored, and he will be laid to rest at Standing Rock Cemetery in Kent. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.wood-kortright-borkoski.com.

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Dave McIntyre

February 24, 2021

So sad to hear this. Charlie was Lynda and my friend from high school. We had lost contact up until about 15 years ago. I spoke with him at least 4 times a year since then. I know he loved God, and mentioned love to everyone. We talked of getting breakfast together as soon as this COVID thing let up. We will miss Charlie, prayers and peace for his family.

Rod Ebie

February 22, 2021

We are so sorry to hear about Charlie's passing. Rod and Janice Ebie.

Danielle-Nichol Szarell

February 21, 2021

Thank you Chuck for being so inspiring and humorous. Thanks for helping me have brighter days through all your sobriety and humility.

Dianna Young

February 20, 2021

Rest peacefully Chuck. I am sure going to miss you when I walk into meetings and I regret that I haven't seen you recently to shoot the breeze. Even more so, I regret that I won't get the opportunity to see you again but you are sure going to be very fondly remembered always.

Dustin Szarell

February 20, 2021

All the laughs we had, he was like another father to me. Such a nice guy, I will miss going to meetings, and seeing him there. Rest in peace, my friend.