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Charles “Chuck” W. Litwinski

August 21, 1940 – May 30, 2021


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Charles “Chuck” W. Litwinski, born in Michigan on August 21, 1940, passed away in Mesa, Arizona on May 30, 2021.

Chuck was raised in Michigan, graduating from Flat Rock High School and attending Michigan State University.

He moved to Ohio to complete his first Master’s degree where he met his wife Donna and inherited her 4 children.

In 1990, Chuck and Donna moved to Arizona to start a new adventure and be close to his parents.

Chuck was a “jack of all trades” but thrived as a business owner, chemist, quality engineer and CDL truck driver.

He was an avid runner highlighted by his completion of the Boston Marathon.  He loved classical music and playing the violin.  He was an expert at playing darts and shooting pool. He enjoyed golfing and watching his Alma Mater sports teams – Go Spartans!

He traveled the world visiting Thailand, Germany, Japan, India and Korea.  He enjoyed being amongst the local people, experiencing their culture and building lifelong friendships.

He loved his family and is survived by his wife, Donna (nee Brickman), children; Jennifer Kulak (Patrick Neilson), Keith (Brandy) Kulak, Colleen (James) Brown and Brian (Mandi) Kulak; 9 grandchildren; Sister Jean (Bill) Cook; Son of the late Joseph and Roberta Litwinski.

He was a Marine and a true patriot who will be missed dearly.

A visitation will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery at 7900 E. Main St.  Mesa, AZ on Thursday June 3rd, from 5-7pm.

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  1. Jim & Janice (Litwinski) Budzyn says:

    Dear Donna and Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss of a great husband and dad. We pray that he is looking out over all of you from the heavens above.🙏🏻

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Charles “Chuck” W. Litwinski

August 21, 1940 – May 30, 2021


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Charles “Chuck” W. Litwinski, born in Michigan on August 21, 1940, passed away in Mesa, Arizona on May 30, 2021.

Chuck was raised in Michigan, graduating from Flat Rock High School and attending Michigan State University.

He moved to Ohio to complete his first Master’s degree where he met his wife Donna and inherited her 4 children.

In 1990, Chuck and Donna moved to Arizona to start a new adventure and be close to his parents.

Chuck was a “jack of all trades” but thrived as a business owner, chemist, quality engineer and CDL truck driver.

He was an avid runner highlighted by his completion of the Boston Marathon.  He loved classical music and playing the violin.  He was an expert at playing darts and shooting pool. He enjoyed golfing and watching his Alma Mater sports teams – Go Spartans!

He traveled the world visiting Thailand, Germany, Japan, India and Korea.  He enjoyed being amongst the local people, experiencing their culture and building lifelong friendships.

He loved his family and is survived by his wife, Donna (nee Brickman), children; Jennifer Kulak (Patrick Neilson), Keith (Brandy) Kulak, Colleen (James) Brown and Brian (Mandi) Kulak; 9 grandchildren; Sister Jean (Bill) Cook; Son of the late Joseph and Roberta Litwinski.

He was a Marine and a true patriot who will be missed dearly.

A visitation will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery at 7900 E. Main St.  Mesa, AZ on Thursday June 3rd, from 5-7pm.

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One response to “Charles “Chuck” W. Litwinski”

  1. Jim & Janice (Litwinski) Budzyn says:

    Dear Donna and Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss of a great husband and dad. We pray that he is looking out over all of you from the heavens above.🙏🏻

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