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Charles "Charlie" E. Fell, Sr. Feb 07, 1965 - Dec 05, 2018

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Charles “Charlie” Edward Fell, Sr., age 53, passed away on December 5, 2018 at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Reading, PA. Charlie was raised in Chester and had previously lived in Linwood for 25 years. He was a resident of Blandon, PA for the last 5 years. Charlie attended St. James High School in Chester and was a 1983 graduate of Sun Valley High School. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Charlie was an officer with the Chester Police Department for 23 ½ years and a police officer at Muhlenberg College for the past 4 years. Charlie was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police, the William Penn Lodge, and the Holy Guardian Angels Church in Reading. Charlie enjoyed Halloween, Christmas, vacations in Ocean City, Maryland, and Philadelphia sports.

He was the son of the late Emma Misturak and grandson of the late Charles and Elizabeth Giancola, by whom he was raised.

SURVIVORS: His loving wife: Karen (Baldwin) Fell; children: Michael Follett (Ashley), Eileen Garrity (Thomas), Charles E. Fell, Jr., Tara Jones (Ray), and Kaylee Ciara Fell; stepfather: Ron Misturak; sister: Linda Kessler; and many loving nieces and nephews.  

VISITATION: Thursday from 10am - 12:45pm at the Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home, 5980 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA.

FUNERAL SERVICE: Thursday at 1:00 pm at the Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home.

BURIAL: Private.

In Lieu of Flowers: Donations in Charlie’s name may be made to the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org.

 

 

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Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home

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Begins: Dec 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:30pm

5980 Chichester Ave

Aston, PA 19014

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Ed Dennis says:

Submitted on: Dec 15, 2018

I had the pleasure working with Charlie at Muhlenberg College for a year. I knew he had been recovering from his illness and had just started back to work. Rarely talking about his medical issues, I could tell he was still struggljng, but he never complained about it. There were times on the shift Charlie and I were able to talk when he was on break. I appreciated his honesty often expressed with his wit, candor and sense of humor. Highly respected among his peers, I know the college and the MPD will truly miss him. My deepest sympathies to his family and to his colleagues and friends with the MPD and throughout the Muhlenberg College community.