Charles  Darmanin's Memorial

Charles Darmanin
(1936 - 2008)

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Name: Mr Charles Darmanin
Gender: Male
Age: 71 years old
Lived: Saturday, 30 May 1936 - Saturday, 26 January 2008

My Story

Charlie Darmanin of Lexington previously of Gilbert, South Carolina. He was born in Manhattan, New York on May 30, 1936 Charlie was a dedicated man, leaving behind his loving wife of  fifty years and his loving children, Laurie, Rick, Frank & Tony.  Also, leaving behind his older brother, Victor,
and his younger brother, Fred. He was a grandfather of eight loving grandchildren, Matthew, Sharleen, Corey, Heather, Mitchell, Ashlyn, Luke and Brittany. Charlie was a postal worker and a postal police officer for the United States Post Office and retired after thirty-four years of dedicated work. After retirement, Charlie was a school bus driver for Lexington School District One.  He was also, a very active and proud member of the Knights of Columbus.He will always be remembered by his loved ones and his friends.

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Biography

Fathers Name: Charles Darmanin
Spouse's Name: Gloria Darmanin
Children's Names: Laurie Kermon, Richard Darmanin, Frank Darmanin, Anthony Darmanin
Siblings Names: Victor Darmanin & Fred Darmanin
Country of Birth: USA
Country of Residence: USA
City of Residence: Lexington
Occupation: Government
Marital Status: Married
Religion: Catholic

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Passing

Place of Passing: Lexington
Date of Passing: 26 January 2008
Cause of Passing: Old Age
Type of Funeral: Church
Funeral Date: 31 January 2008
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