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Dr. Charles R. French
July 1st, 1950 –
6 August 2021
BRAZIL Dr. Charles R. French, aged 71, died in the early hours around 11.53a.m. in the morning of August 6 of August 2021 at the emergency department of St. VincentClay Hospital.
His birthday was on the 1st July 1950, Brazil to Katherine (McAllister) French and Don H. French. His graduation was in the classes of Brazil HighSchool was in the year 1968. The school that he completed his studies at was Indiana State U in the year 1972 and was later enrolled in ISU of Medicine on the 1st of July, 1976 Charles started his first job as an assistant to the family section at Hospital.
After finishing the residency, after which he started studying medical fields with the doctors Dr. Steven McDonald, Dr. Richard Mayrose and Dr. Robert Meissel on the 2nd day of July, 1979. He was in the program called the “Northside Family Medicine”. Charles enjoyed the family practices. In the course of his career it was often says that he was a doctor for patients and the office visits were typically occasions to receive medical attention. The 2001 year was the year that Charles went to Brazil due to Conrad Dr. Conrad retirement. The clinic was known as the Clay Community Rural Health Clinic. Charles left St. Vincent Medical Group in the year 2017. He was able to return to the same location and in the year 2018, he was able take a new job in the FamilyPractice Residency Program, which let patients be placed with residents who are currently.
Susie and Charles were married on the 11th day of May 1984 on the 11th of May, 1984 in Hawaii. The 37 years of marriage were filled with ups as well as downs, when they were able to mix their daughters and sons. They also had the instance of trusting and reached their aim of creating their Funeral Home in the early spring in 1995. The two have renovated their 421 E.National which was earlier known as The Miller and Sons Funeral Home. Charles as well as Susie were business partners and also spouses. They loved the time they spending together in the evenings to discuss the daily events as well as chat with each other.
Through the decades, Charles has served other organizations and served on various boards, including the boards of Community Foundation and The American Red Cross. Charles as well as Susie are a members of the 1st Presbyterian Church, where Charles was a trustee. Chuck is a regular member of The Accepted Masons. In the past couple of years, he’s conducted medical exams at Terre Haute for Shriners Hospital. In addition, he’s a member of the Elks Lodge.
In 1980s were a time of great change, he was an avid collector of vintage 2 cylinder John Deere tractor and he restore it. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting Charles French, you knew that he was a car enthusiast. He also loved the work of managing an enterprise, funeral services, and an antique car that was restored and the family he raised.
On the 30th of April 2008 Chuck was diagnosed with an abdominal aortic thoracic dissection. Result was that he became paraplegic. Within a short time his life was transformed. He could see the world in a new way. He was very patient while his focus were changed. Family members learned to be experts about the difficulties and accessibility that a person with a disability faces. Cars were the norm and were built with hand-operated controlled controls. Chuck is working at the restoration of an older LaSalle Hearse that was built in 1940. Yes, he’s done the most restorations feasible, even with the wheelchair.
The most prestigious aspect of the field of funeral was that he was the first was able to attend the CarlSandburg College of MortuaryScience and holding the license to practice in Illinois and Indiana. As the director of the district of the association was the IndianaFuneral DirectorsAssociation and the IFDA president between 2007 until the year 2008. Currently he serves as an official member of the IFDA as the chairman of the ethical committee. He is always a proponent of continuous training, Charles is a member of the CFSP the Certified Funeral Services Practitioner , which includes more hours of education than the typical licence.
Charles was among the few who was devoted to taking care of his home, vehicles, business , as and his clients, and his family.
The service will be held on August 14th, 2021 from 2:00p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. The burial will take place in Calcutta cemetery. Funeral services will be held on the Friday March 3 between 4 p.m. till 8p.m. at the French Funeral Home. If relatives wish to honor you, they may donate to the French Family Fund, WabashCommunityFoundation, or any other charity they prefer. The pallbearers are Justin Garzolini, Nick French, Katie French, Tim Ringo, Kade Baker and Shelby Baker. Pallbearers will be his highschool friends, who are called ROMEOs (Really older men dining at restaurants) Jay Detzel, Steve Bell, Larry Cunningham, Jay Lumsdon, and Mike Gibson.