Charles Edward Tuttle, formerly of 17 North High Street, passed away on March 11, 2019 at The Grove of Greenville. He was 74. Mr. Tuttle was born August 27, 1944 in Greenville to Everett Leroy and Mary Alice Kennedy Tuttle. He was a member of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Greenville, Pa, and a 1962 graduate of St. Michael's High School. He was preceded in death by his parents.
A Vietnam Veteran, Chuck was a Life Member of the Reynolds Veterans of Foreign Wars Post # 7599, and served as an Honor Guard member and as Post Chaplain. He was also a social member of the Italian Home Club in Greenville. In both venues, “Chuck” (also known as “Charlie Tuna”) was renowned for his wit and encyclopedic knowledge of all things sports. He worked at Westinghouse Electric in Sharon, Greenville Steel Car, and Salem Tube in the Reynolds Development.
Thursday, March 14, 2019, 4:00-6:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Mass of Christian Burial:
Friday, March 15, 2019, 10:30am
St. Michael Roman Catholic Church
85 N. High St., Greenville, PA
Rev. V. David Foradori, Pastor, as celebrant
Burial with military honors rendered by Reynolds
VFW Post #7599 will be in St. Michael Cemetery
An avid sportsman, he was active in the Greenville area coaching and umpiring slow-pitch softball, managing Cooper Roofing, Duffy's Tavern, and the Knights of Columbus softball teams, in men's league basketball, and in Reynolds Peewee Football. His hobbies were reading, hunting, and fishing.
Charles is survived by: two sisters, Juliana Repasky (husband Michael) of Columbia, NJ and Nancy Taylor (husband Gary) of Newtown, PA; two brothers, Robert (wife Karen) of Brevard, NC and John (wife Elaine) of York, PA; two nieces, Stephanie Repasky and Danica Taylor; and three nephews, John Repasky, Joe Repasky and Bradley Tuttle.
Donations may be made to the Fisher House Foundation (111 Rockville Pike #420, Rockville, MD 20850 Tele: 888-294-8560), which provides a network of comfort homes nationwide where military and veterans' families can stay at no cost, while a loved one is receiving treatment.