OBITUARY

Charles E Trowbridge

May 12, 1945November 20, 2021

Charles Edward Trowbridge, also known as Charlie Brown, 76, of Staunton, passed away on Saturday November 20, 2021 at his residence.

Mr. Trowbridge was born on May 12, 1945 in Harrisonburg, and was a son of the late Frank John and Louise Margaret (Tyree) Trowbridge. Charles served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War 1963-1967 as an aircraft mechanic. He later worked as an automotive mechanic. He, along with many great friends, shared their love for music, motorcycles and cars.

He is survived by a sister, Ruth Edwards and her husband Ralph Webb of Staunton; and a nephew Randall Jones of Chesapeake.

At his request, there will be no services.

Arrangements entrusted to the Waynesboro Chapel of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes.

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Ruth Edwards

November 27, 2021

You’ve only been gone a week. I miss you more than I can say. Rest In Peace, my brother.

Cindy Reece Jordan

November 24, 2021

Ruth,
So sorry for your loss. Brothers are the blessings we didn't know we needed. Sending prayers.
Cindy

Sandra Terr

November 24, 2021

Thanks Charlie Brown for your affection, helpfulness, and humor.
❤️ Sandy

GREGORY Bean

November 24, 2021

RIP my friend!

PAM LEGGE

November 23, 2021

RUTH, SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE

David McCaskey

November 23, 2021

Ruth,
My thoughts are with you. Many years ago Charlie was a client, then became a friend,. When I bought a Russian motorbike with a sidecar, his accurate advice was “remember, those sidecars always want to hurt you! “ I look forward to running into you so that I can tell you the ways he treated me like an Army buddy.
David McCaskey

Cassie Oscar

November 22, 2021

I’ve only known chuck a year, but in that year he’s had an amazing impact on my life. He taught me many things in that year. He taught me that you can do anything you put your mind to; just like he did with his guitar. He was an amazing person. I enjoyed listening to all his stories he told some made us laugh while others made us cry. I will always remember his “I saw the light” story. That’s eased our minds that he’s in amazing place where he knows the answers to everything he ever questioned.

stuart berman

November 22, 2021

Charlie so many good memories of you I will carry with me forever. You were one of my closest friends for the last 25 years. Your passing has left a hole in me that will never be filled..RIP my friend until we meet again

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY