OBITUARY

Charles William Stamper, Jr.

July 1, 1965May 2, 2019
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My best friend and soulmate Chuck “Cutman” Stamper passed away on May 2, 2019. Born July 1, 1965, he was predeceased by his father, Charles W. Stamper. He is survived by his mother, Shirley Stamper; brother, Glen Weaver (Patti); sisters, Renee’ Dalton (Tommy) and Tammy Lewis (Keith); his daughter, Shanna Alexandra “Alex” Cater (Travis); and his grandsons, Carson and Owen; and by me, his wife, Sally Moynihan Stamper. He is also survived by terrific nephews, Brent Weaver, Tommy Dalton and Brandon Lewis; special nieces, Dana Weaver, Rachel Dalton and Tara Alden; and the Moynihan family.

Chuck loved his family, the Cleveland Browns and his wife’s cooking.

A Celebration of Chuck’s Life will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at Smith & Williams Funeral Home, Kempsville Chapel. In lieu of flowers, please raise a toast to Chuck and his sense of humor that made me fall in love with him.

  • FAMILY

  • Charles W. Stamper, Father
  • Shirley Stamper, Mother
  • Sally Moynihan Stamper, Wife
  • Shanna Alexandra “Alex” Cater and husband, Travis, Daughter
  • Carson Cater, Grandson
  • Owen Cater, Grandson
  • Glen Weaver and wife, Patti, Brother
  • Renee’ Dalton and husband, Tommy, Sister
  • Tammy Lewis and husband, Keith, Sister
  • Brent Weaver, Nephew
  • Tommy Dalton, Nephew
  • Brandon Lewis, Nephew
  • Dana Weaver, Niece
  • Rachel Dalton, Niece
  • Tara Alden, Niece
  • Chuck is also survived by the Moynihan family.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, May 11, 2019

Memories

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Barry Nixon

May 8, 2019

All your coworkers will miss your spatkling personality and great sense of humor,i just cant believe yor gone ,so sorry Sally an family.we use to love his jokes an the way he would holler ,Cheds baby at the end of work,God bless.

Tammy Lewis

May 7, 2019


To my little brother Chuck, I am at a loss for words other than I love you and not being able to see you each week is going to be hard. I found a poem that can further express some of what I feel. I love you very much and will see you again one day.

IN MEMORY OF A WONDERFUL BROTHER

I hold onto our memories
The ones that are so dear
To try to keep you always close
Now you are not here
You were called, it was your time
But it is so true
You have left a legacy
There was no one like you
You were very special
And I want to say
I feel lost in many ways
You are not here today
But I will never forget you
And I know I have been blessed
To have you for a Brother
Because you were the best....

Renee’ Dalton

May 5, 2019

My beloved and unforgettable baby brother Chuck who I have always had a very special bond with, I guess as children we were the 2 out of 4 siblings whom gave the most grief to our Mother. All though we did keep her on her toes we loved our family dearly. However as you grow in life you get very busy with things you think are important until something like this wakens you to real life and you are heartbroken. I know he suffered terribly, I also know how he loved Life. I just know this was not the life he had in mind with this illness. IPF (idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis) is a horrible disease and hard to live with. Even though my brother joked about everything even this, he laughed when he was happy, scared, sad, nervous no matter what he found humor away to cope... Please find a chapter for this disease and try to help and share for the research and cure. Doctors are bewildered by this disease and often it is diagnosed to late.
Always in my heart your sister Renee’. I will see you again.

Patrick Caldwell

May 4, 2019

Sally,
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your husband, Charles.
My thoughts and prayers will be with you in the coming days.
Stay well and may peace be with you.

Pat Caldwell

Mary Smith

May 4, 2019

We didn’t know your husband Charles but we are praying for peace for you in this grieving time.
Mary and Bob Smith

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Biography

Charles W. Stamper, Jr.
My best friend and soulmate Chuck “Cutman” Stamper passed away on May 2, 2019. Born July 1, 1965, he was predeceased by his father, Charles W. Stamper. He is survived by his mother, Shirley Stamper; brother, Glen Weaver (Patti); sisters, Renee’ Dalton (Tommy) and Tammy Lewis (Keith); his daughter, Shanna Alexandra “Alex” Cater (Travis); and his grandsons, Carson and Owen; and by me, his wife, Sally Moynihan Stamper. He is also survived by terrific nephews, Brent Weaver, Tommy Dalton and Brandon Lewis; special nieces, Dana Weaver, Rachel Dalton and Tara Alden; and the Moynihan family.

Chuck loved his family, the Cleveland Browns and his wife’s cooking.

A Celebration of Chuck’s Life will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at Smith & Williams Funeral Home, Kempsville Chapel. In lieu of flowers, please raise a toast to Chuck and his sense of humor that made me fall in love with him.