Charles Edwin Aho

February 16, 1937April 13, 2018

Charles E. Aho, 81, passed away April 13, 2018. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Louise and sisters, Billie Adkins and Beverly DeFelece. Charles is survived by dear children: Greta (Bob) Gubbins, Edwin (Mary), Wade (Lisa), Jeral (Christine); loving grandchildren: Megan, Christy, Edwin, Andrew, Morgan, Jake, Lillian; great-grandchildren: Ella, Sophia, Grace, Aubree; brother, James (Martha). He graduated in 1976 from the Lawrence Institute of Technology with a Bachelors Degree of Science. Charles retired from Chrysler Automotive and was a Veteran of the Air Force. Memorial Visitation, Sunday, April 29 from 12:00-4:00 p.m. with a memorial service at 2:00 p.m. at Kaul Funeral Home, 28433 Jefferson Ave., St. Clair Shores. Inurnment Monday, April 30 at 11:30 a.m. at Christian Memorial Cultural Center, 521 E Hamlin Rd., Rochester Hills.


  • The late Louise Aho, Wife
  • Greta (Bob) Gubbins, Daughter
  • Edwin (Mary) Aho, Son
  • Wade (Lisa) Aho, Son
  • Jeral (Christine) Aho, Son
  • Megan, Christy, Edwin, Andrew, Morgan, Jake, and Lillian, Grandchildren
  • Ella, Sophia, Grace, and Aubree, Great-Grandchildren
  • The late Billie Adkins, Sister
  • The late Beverly DeFelece, Sister
  • James (Martha) Aho, Brother


  • Memorial Visitation Sunday, April 29, 2018
  • Memorial Service Sunday, April 29, 2018
  • Inurnment Monday, April 30, 2018

Charles Edwin Aho

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Ray and Sue Shepherd

April 16, 2018

So sorry to hear about your Dad. Remembering the years you guys lived by us, so many memories. Take care all of you

Ami Binder

April 15, 2018

So many memories. He would tease me endlessly, but always in a kind way. Never hurtful. One memory that comes to me frequently is on one trip to st clair shores, I got lost. I frequently got lost on my way down. Stopped at a liquor store and called Charlie. His words: oh yes, I know exactly where you are. No problem, just get in your car and drive for 20 minutes in any direction, then stop and call me again. But get out of that neighborhood RIGHT NOW. I could picture him rolling his eyes.