Memorial Service:
Monday, May 17, 2021, 4:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Pastor Dan Dennis, of Central Community Church, officiating

Military honors will be rendered in the funeral home at the
conclusion of the service.

Charles E. Thomas, Jr., age 71, of St. John's Rd., Delaware Twp., Fredonia, passed away Tuesday morning, May 11, 2021 in St. Paul's Senior Living Community.

He was born in Grove City on June 22, 1949 to Charles E. Thomas, Sr. and Mary J. (Barwell) Thomas. He was a 1967 graduate of Reynolds High School and served two tours in Vietnam as a member of the U.S. Army 229th Cannon Field Artillery. Chuck maintained his attachment with the U.S. Army National Guard for sixteen years and taught at the N.C.O. Academy in Fort Indiantown Gap. In addition, he had been employed as a welder at GATX and as a 911 dispatcher for Mercer County.

He was a true Christian and had a strong belief in God. Chuck was HAM Radio Operator for many years and he also enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

On December 21, 1974 he married the former Carol Reagle, she survives at home. Also surviving are two sons; Matthew Reed of Texas and Kevin Thomas of Fredonia, a daughter; Heather Friedman and her husband Elliott of Normal, IL, a sister; Sharon Weaver and her husband Richard of Jackson Center and four grandchildren; Justin Reed, Lilly Thomas, Shelby Thomas and Max Metz. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister; Kathy Millero.

Memorial contributions may be made to Reynolds V.F.W. Post #7599, 115 Edgewood Dr., Greenville, PA 16125.



  1. Mark ( Rick) and Linda Stewart and family Mark ( Rick) and Linda Stewart and family
    May 13, 2021    

    Heather and family, So very sorry for your loss. You will be is our thoughts and prayers…..

  2. Cousin Pat Barwell Smith Cousin Pat Barwell Smith
    May 13, 2021    

    I am so sorry for the loss to the family. Most of my memories with Chuckie are as children growing up on Kinsman Road. We were adventurers and explorers in the woods between our two homes. We had green apple fights, which only a country kid will understand and we spent hours playing baseball in the neighbors field. Basil Nottingham. Hide and seek and tag and he any my brother Eddie were quite the terrible twosome. Chasing us with frogs and the like!! I was born May 22 and he was born June 22, so I always TRIED to boss him around because I was older. Honestly the joys of growing up near cousins before the internet, We were blessed. Then life came along and Viet Nam came along and now we are taking turns passing on to our eternal resting home. Thanks for all the wonderful memories. Chuckie

  3. Ray and Deb Bowers Ray and Deb Bowers
    May 17, 2021    

    Carol, Matt, Kev, and Hez,
    So sorry for your loss. Chuck was the greatest! I hate that we did not get to see him before he passed. We have a lot of memories of the good times we all had together. He was a character! He was a very caring man, He loved his family. Our prayers are with you Carol and family. Take care, we hope to see you soon. Love Ray and Debbie

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