Charles "Chuck" Fontanazza
1948 - 2020
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Charles A. "Chuck" Fontanazza was born to eternal life on July 3, 2020 at the age of 71. Chuck lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, California, New Orleans,

LA, and Pahrump, NV. Loved son of the late Sam and Lucille (Nee Cassata) Fontanazza. Cherished and loving brother to Ruth (Bob Zoephel) Fontanazza. Loving uncle to Rob Zoephel and great uncle to Taylor, Shaine and Spenser Zoephel. Loving and treasured father to Trisha Lund, grandfather of Gina Lund, and great grandfather "GG Pop" to Carson Lund. And close friend to Bryan Griffin, who was also like a son to Chuck. Further survived by many other relatives and dear friends. Services will be held Friday, July 17, 2020, 9:30 a.m., at Chief Tecopa Cemetery, 751 East St., Pahrump, Nevada, 89048.

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Published in Pahrump Valley Times on Jul. 17, 2020.
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July 17, 2020
Ruth, Bob, Trisha & Family. We are sorry for your loss and know you are happy Charlie has found res & is home with his Ma & Dad in the comfort of Gods love.

Charlie was the cool cousin to look up to. It was always special fun watching him play scopa & briscola with Grandpa. Was never sure who was the bigger cheater, but I sure learned a lot of "colorful" sicilian during those games!
I'm sure Aunt Lu & Uncle Sam already had the card table ready for some good games when he met up with them.

All our love to you and your families,
Charles & Mary
Charles Fontanazza & Mary Greulich
July 17, 2020
Trisha, we are so sorry for the loss of your Father. We love you, and are sorry we can't be with you on this difficult day. We are sending prayers, across the miles. As you go through the day, may happy memories fill your hearts and minds, and give you comfort.
Kirsten Wagner
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