FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1912

Charles L. Reed

Charles L. Reed, age 77, of Wilmington, DE, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 30th, 2019 surrounded by his family and friends.

Charles was the son of the late Hazel and Ethel (Hanna) Reed and was a graduate of Groves High School.  He was retired from Delmarva Power where he was a foreman for the gas department.  He was an avid boater and car guy. He was predeceased by his wife Charlotte (Laker) Reed in 2013 and his son, Chuck Reed, in 2017.

Charles will be missed by his daughters, Christine Setting (Larry) with whom he lived and Elise Kelley (Kevin); his grandchildren, Dana Mort (Jim), Kevin Kelley, Jr. (Liz) Ryan Kelley (Laurel), Sean Kelley, Brandon Reed and Lindsey Reed (Mikey); and great grandchildren, Bryce and Gavin Mort and Madi Mercado.  He will be missed by many cousins, friends and the car guys.

A Viewing will be held Friday, July 5th from 5 and 7 PM with a service at 6 PM at Mealey Funeral Home, 2509 Limestone Road, Wilmington.  Interment will be private.

 

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Submitted by Dana Mort on
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Life will never be the same without you. Love u to the moon and back!

Submitted by Larry Leonzio on
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Dad , it was great to get to know you as well as I did. As you know, you have a wonderful daughter! We hope Remy was also waiting for you at the pearly gates! Give him a pat on the head from us. Love you man !!!

Submitted by Nancy on
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Charlie, such a great neighbor and friend! You are truly missed! Your family & friends will cherish the memories you have left behind in there hearts forever more. Nancy and Darl

Submitted by Dorothy, France... on
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Our Deepest Sympathy to the Reed Family on the loss of your father and our cousin Charles Reed. We are so very sorry to loose a much loved member of our family. Love and prayers for peace for all.

Submitted by Ron & Elaine Wo... on
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Our sympathy, love and prayers go out to you! Charlie was a pleasure to know and be around and a great friend. Always remember the good times we had together! Ron and Elaine Woods Baker