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Charles Rodger Park

Charles Rodger Park, age 62, died on May 16, 2017, in Kearns, Utah. He was born on August 13, 1954 to Charles Lorenzo and Lyle May Park. He married Yevette Ortiz on October 19, 1980. They later divorced.

Charles left us to go fishing with his little red canoe. He enjoyed spending time with family, especially his 6 grandkids. He was a father, grandfather, husband, mentor, friend, and most importantly, a hero to many. He was loved by everyone who knew him. He will be missed dearly, but knowing he has been reunited with his parents brings comfort to us all. We love you dad – papa – grandpawpaw – friend!

Charles is survived by Yevette Park; children: Chadwin (Angela), Carlie, Ceeson (Eric); grandchildren: Makenzi, Kaitlin, Chandlor, Charli, Ayva, and Audrey; brother and sister, Lorenzo and Charlene; and many cousins and friends. He is preceded in death by his father, Charles L. Park; his mother, Lyle May Park; and brother, Leon Park.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Memorial Mountain View Mortuary, 3115 East 7800 South, Cottonwood Heights, Utah. A viewing will be held at that same location on Monday evening from 6:00 – 8:00 PM, and again one hour prior to funeral services. Interment will follow at Memorial Mountain View Cemetery. Condolences may be left for the family at www.MemorialUtah.com.

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Tribute Wall for Charles R. Park

  1. Gerald park says:

    He will be missed

  2. Charlene Park Barnett says:

    Charles was the best younger brother a girl could have. He always demonstrated unconditional love for me. He was there for me whether I needed help or advice. Charles, I will miss you the rest of my life. I’m grateful you are with mom again.

  3. Chadwin Park says:

    Dad,

    You were always there for us even when you didn’t want to be. Always willing to let us know that we were loved. You helped teach us right from wrong and taught how to forgive. You will always be missed but forever in our hearts. I love you. I miss you. But we will see each other again. I promise.

  4. John Funk says:

    You were always a great neighbor. I’m sure your family will miss you terribly. Thanks for the pleasant joy you brought to our lives during the 17 years we were next-door neighbors.

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