Charles W. Lape

Date of Death: March 7, 2012
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Charles W. Lape, age 98, of Crown Point, IN, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 in Florida. Born in Hammond, IN and lived most of his life in the Merrillville/Crown Point area. Charles was a member of the South Lake Church of the Nazarene in Crown Point. Survivors include his wife: Dorothy; daughter:Continue Reading

Delaine High Daoust left a message on March 13, 2012:
I first met Chuck, when, at age 13, I was asked to sit with his first wife, Evelyn. I was amazed at his energy and zest for life, as he bounced off to work the 3-11's at Pepsi! Who would know that a couple years later he would meet my Mom's sister, Dorothy, while on vacation in Florida! I cherish those fun, sunny days, and bonfires at night on the beach at my parents motel in 1970-71, where we all joked and laughed and Dorothy and Chuck fell in love. Not a Valentines' Day since has gone by since that I didn't think of the Dorothy & Chuck love story. We will miss our Uncle Chuck. I wish we could all be there to comfort you all. We will all miss his love and laughter, and keep those memories close to our hearts. Love, Delaine & Claude Daoust
Donita & Stephen Carter left a message on March 12, 2012:
To Aunt Dorothy, and family, Stephen and I offer our sincere sympathy for your loss. Uncle Chuck was a kind, dedicated, and loving man. He was always there to help anyone in need. One could always count on Uncle Chuck's humor.Most of all, Uncle Chuck treated you, Aunt Dorothy like a queen. We love him and we miss him. With love, Donita and Stephen
Melody & Don Miller left a message on March 12, 2012:
Dorothy: I will always remember Chuck as the sweetest, kindest man ever, who loved you like I had never seen. I know you will miss him and cherish your memories forever. Melody
Dave and of course Linda Erickson left a message on March 9, 2012:
We will all miss you were always helping anyone that needed a job, remodeling a house, fixing a car, finding a part, lending a tool, teaching how to a repair or build something...and always had a good story to tell. You gave way more than you received! All our Love to you and your wife Dorothy {and my sister}.
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