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Charles Paul Ayers

August 29, 1936 - March 19, 2017
Muskegon, MI


Life Story / Obituary


Chuck was a man whom loved his family unending. He loved to fish, golf, hunt and spend endless hours with his wife. Chuck was one of the greatest people many folks had the pleasure of knowing, and his family was blessed to call him Husband, Dad and Grandpa (Bumpa). He taught his family and friends so many things from just plain good manners to hunting, playing golf, whistling and how to treat others, especially those you love. His sense of humor was the best and he touched so many lives, even if he only met them once, whether it was a thank-you or to offer his help, or in appreciation for his favorite Sister-in-law he was always there. He will always be in the hearts of his family. He was a fighter for what he believed in; he fought to the end to be assured all of his loved ones were taken care of.


Chuck is celebrated by his family; Mary, his wife of 41 years, his children Lonnie Pease and Jessica, Todd Pease and Tonya, Shelly (Pease) Babb and husband Marshall, Jennifer Pease, and Renea (Ayers) Gielow and husband Eric; his grandchildren Brendan, Britni,Tyler, Haley, Colt and Chloe, and his great grandchildren Emma and Raeley; his sister Bobbie Lyals and many nieces. He has now joined his loved ones whom passed before him.


Chuck’s wishes were to be cremated and his life celebrated with his family.

Chuck’s family would like to extend their appreciation to Mary Free Bed Inpatient Rehab Unit at Hackley and the many nurses and doctors whom were part of his care thru this fight. Also a sincere thank you to Hospice of Michigan for making it possible for Chuck to come home and be surrounded by his family.

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