OBITUARY

Charles H. Albers

May 28, 1936February 22, 2013

Charles H. Albers, age 76, passed away February 22, 2013. He was the beloved husband of Cindy Albers; loving father of Keith (Heather), Brad, and Tim (Jennie) Albers; devoted grandfather of Brennan, Luke, Stella, and Leo; and dear brother of the late Eddie, the late Rick, Moe, Leroy, Eugene, Delbert, the late Ralph, the late Gerry, and Ron Albers. Charles was also survived by many brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, and nephews. A Memorial Service for Charles will be scheduled at a later date.

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Charles H. Albers

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February 26, 2014

I'm very sorry for your loss. May the "God of all comfort" bring you peace during this troubling time.

March 3, 2013

Keith, my condolences to you and your family with the passing of your dad. You all are in my thoughts and prayers for God's peace and comfort during this grieving time. On a happier note, Jennifer told me you got married and I wish you all the best. Patty (McNulty) Terebus, Troy, Michigan

Cindy Lienau

February 28, 2013

Cindy, when I saw Chuck's obit in the paper, tears welled up in my eyes. Fond memories of you and your family rushed to the front of my mind. You have never left my heart....nor will you ever leave 'cause I think of you often. I'm so sorry for your loss.

With love, Cindy (Lucinda) Lienau

Cathy Jones - Neumann

February 28, 2013

Cindy, Brad, Tim and Keith, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Chuck. He was a very loving and aspiring neighbor on Bon Brae. We had some good times on our street. He will truly be Missed. He will be met in Heaven with two of his friends (My Mom and Dad) Tom and Beverly Jones. My Heart Goes out to your family. May God Comfort your family in this time in need. God Bless You.

Troy Toma

February 28, 2013

Many great memories of being in your home with your family and traveling through baseball with you and your parents. Your family was a big part of my life growing up and your dad was a great guy. I could always feel the love and connection you had with him Keith. My prayers are with you and your family through this time. Love you brother. Troy Toma

Marilyn Boytim

February 28, 2013

Cindy and family, Pat and I were very sorry to hear of Chuck's passing. He will be missed. We had some great times in Florida. Cindy, if you need anything, please let us know. You are in our prayers.. Love, Pat and Marilyn Boytim

February 27, 2013

Cindy, Keith, Brad and Tim,

How can I forget Charlie's kindness, laugh, hugs, and dedication to SIJ parish.
His work on the parish festival and grounds, the ball diamonds, his dastardly deeds, our Iroquois vs Mohawk ball games, your yard sale on our front lawn, and your parties.
Cindy,Keith,Brad,Tim
How can we forget Charlie's laugh,hugs kindness and dedication to SIJ parish.
Charlie's work on the parish festival and ground, the ball diamonds, his dastardly deeds, the Iroquois vs Mohawks ball games,your yard sale on our front lawn and your parties.

Rest in peace my friend

Pat and Tom McClary
Rest in peace my friend.

Pat and Tom McClary

February 27, 2013

Cindy Keith, Brad, and Tim, When the Hafelis moved to Bon Brae in the late 60s, the Albers family across the street soon were among our dearest friends. Chuck was a great neighbor, a loving husband and father, a valued softball teammate, and a true Christian man. Though our paths seemed to cross less and less over the years, the occasional meetings always included heartfelt hugs, catching up on our families, and great sharing of memories. Chuck was a terrific man! Our prayers go out to the entire family in this very difficult time.
Dawn and Dennis Hafeli

Jim & Michele Sweeney

February 27, 2013

Ron we're sorry for your loss. We will keep your family in our prayers.

David Mattingly

February 27, 2013

Chuck (Charlie to us Tekes) was my "Top Teke", my Big Brother as a pledge, and the man who convinced me to pledge TKE. He was a great inspiration and role model for me and many other young men. In living his life Chuck exemplified the Christian and American values to which most of us aspire. Over the years, I often thought of Chuck, used him as a measure of how to live life, and held him in my prayers.

Cindy, to you and the rest of the family, please accept my sincere and loving condolences.