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Charles Spicer

Charles E. Spicer

1931 - 2019
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Charles E. Spicer, age 87 of The Villages, passed away Monday, September 2, 2019 in The Villages, Florida. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and came to The Villages in 1995 from Warminster, PA. Mr. Spicer was a retired Manager/Engineer for Standard Pressed Steel, Jenkintown, PA. He was a U.S. Navy Korean War Veteran, avid golfer, Scout Leader, and he attended The Chapel of Christian Faith. His passion, pride and joy was caring for his landscaping at his homes where he resided. Mr. Spicer was a member of the 50 gallon club with the American Red Cross for his donation of over 50 gallons of blood in his lifetime.

Surviving are his wife of 63 years: Kathleen Spicer of The Villages, FL.; Daughter: Diane (Brian) Mohr, Mays Landing, NJ; Son: Jeffrey (Colleen) Spicer, Burlington, NJ; 3 Grandchildren: Tyler Mohr; Shae Spicer and Shannon, Spicer.

Graveside services for Mr. Charles E. Spicer will be held Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 2:30 PM at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida where military honors will be afforded.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations made to The American Red Cross, 2848 W. Main Street, Leesburg, FL 34748.

Arrangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Lady Lake, FL.
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    Thursday, September 26, 2019 | 2:30pm
    Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:30pm
    Florida National Cemetery
    6502 SW 102nd avenue
    BUSHNELL, FL 33513
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Jim Balsewich

Posted at 12:32pm
Charlie was a "Prince" of a Man. He was the kind of guy who always asked, "How YOU were doing?" and about your family, etc. He was kind and caring and willing to do anything he could to give a helping hand to others. We were blessed and fortunate enough to play golf with Charlie on Monday & Friday mornings for the past 15 to 17 yrs - he was a very good golfer and very patient with the rest of us who weren't quite up to his caliber of play. He loved his children and grandchildren and was fiercely proud of all of them. He would tell us about his daughter (Diane) and share stories of her success in the business end of the healthcare field with us. He would tell us about his son (Jeff) and how well he was doing with his business of teaching young people how to drive automobiles. And, he was fiercely proud of all of his grandchildren and knew about their accomplishments & successes in their relatively young lives. He was eager to share these stories with us when we were out on the links together. Being from the Philadelphia area, he was also eager to let us know about the recent successes of the Eagles' (especially when they beat my Chicago Bears in the playoffs last season). He was an avid fan of those Eagles but he was kind enough not to "gloat" even though he had the opportunity. Charlie was also proud of his service in the US Navy and would share stories with us of his days at sea and some of the ships he was on. He had an amazing memory and would re-count some of the events from the days of the Korean war as if they had occurred just yesterday.

All-in-all, we consider ourselves VERY FORTUNATE to have known Charlie and HONORED to be able to call him "friend." As I said, earlier, Charlie was a "Prince of a Man." We will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers go-out to Kay and Charlie's entire family for we know that they will miss him very much.

Rest-in-Peace, my good friend and may your new life with Christ be forever filled with Comfort and Happiness. If I had to guess, Charlie... I would bet that you are playing a few rounds up there with Jesus and even sinking quite a few of those "birdie" putts... Amen !!

Pat Knaus

Posted at 08:28am
Chick was a great friend and neighbor. He was always helping anyone who needed assistance. We enjoyed playing cards and games with Chick and Kay. He always had a smile on his face especially when speaking about his children and grandchildren. He was so very very proud of them. Our hearts and prayers are with his family. He had a like well lived. Chuck and Pat Knaus

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