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Pugh, Charles “Charlie” Ralph

Posted: Wed 10:28 AM, Jul 11, 2018
Funeral Home: McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home
Charles “Charlie” Ralph Pugh, 85, of Williamstown passed away 2:20 pm, July 10, 2018 at Worthington Health Center, in Parkersburg.

He was born October 31, 1932 in Wood Co. to Charles Lewis and June (Wiggins) Pugh.

In 1959, he married Roberta Ware who preceded him in death on June 9, 2014.

He was employed by Eramet, and after his retirement in 1989, Charlie owned and operated a small engine repair shop.

He was a veteran of the US Army and had served in the Korean Conflict.

Charlie was a member of the American Legion and coached little league baseball.

Charlie is survived by a son, Bryan (Janet) Pugh of Williamstown, a daughter, Charlene Miller of Ashland, OH and grandchildren: Derek Miller, Jody Miller and Bryan Pugh, II.

In addition to his parents and wife, Charlie was preceded in death by a sister, Clara Miller, a brother, Robert “Bob” Pugh, and a nephew, Charles Franklin Miller.

According to his wishes he will be cremated and no services will be held at this time.

McClure-Schafer-Lankford Funeral Home is assisting the family.

Messages of sympathy may be sent at www.Lankfordfh.com.

Memorial contributions may be made in Charlie’s honor to Alzheimer’s Research or the American Cancer Society.

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