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Charles A. ‘Chuck’ Orangias

December 14, 2010

April 16, 1959 — Dec. 10, 2010
CULVER — Charles A. “Chuck” Orangias, 51, of Culver, passed away Friday, Dec. 10, 2010.
Chuck was born April 16, 1959 in Melrose Park, Ill. He was one of the six children born to Mike and Marie (Hartmann) Orangias. He attended and graduated from Plymouth High School in 1977. There he met and fell in love with his lifelong best friend, Kay Flosenzier. They were married June 28, 1980. Their union was blessed with two children.
Chuck was a retired restaurant manager with the McDonalds Food Corp. He spent 25 years in fast food management. He enjoyed fishing, traveling, trips to Chicago, attending his children’s sporting events, following the Chicago Bears football and Louisville Cardinals basketball. A naturalist, Chuck liked gardening and bird watching. He was a member of the Church of God Prophecy in Taylorsville, Ky.
Chuck is survived by his wife, Kay of Plymouth; son, Michael Brandon Orangias of Louisville, Ky.; daughter, Sarah Jean-Marie Orangias of Culver; faithful friend, Lilly Mae, their Australian shepherd; brother, Anthony Orangias of Culver; sisters: Gloria Hainsworth of Carol Stream, Ill., Carol Ziert of Virginia, Linda Pettie of New Chaney, Texas, and Gail Orangias and husband Trevor Skarber of Rochester. 
He was preceded in death by his parents.
There will be no service or visitation. 
Memorials may be given to the Culver Community Pantry, the Neighborhood Center in Plymouth, the Marshall Co. Humane Society, or the American Kidney Fund in Chuck’s memory. 
Condolences may be sent to the family via the obituary page at www.odomfuneralhome.com.
Arrangements are entrusted to the Odom Funeral Home in Culver.

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