Charles William Wysong III
                                           August 1, 1963 -- June 19, 2020

Charles "Chuck" William Wysong III, 56, of Middlebury, died at 2:37 pm on
Friday, June 19 at the scene of an automobile accident on County Road 22,
Goshen. He was born on August 1, 1963 on an American military base near
Nuremburg, Germany, to Charles Jr. and Ida (Zuckermandel) Wysong.  On
July 26, 2015 in Middlebury, he married Carla Fox; she survives. Survivors in
addition to his wife are stepson, Nathan Fox of Bristol; three bonus kids,
Robert Barry, Marty Stahl, Erica Stahl. He was preceded in death by his
parents and a lady who was like his second mother, Goldie
Randolph-Hoover, who also died in the accident. Chuck was an Eagle Scout.
He graduated from Purdue University with an engineering degree. He worked
20+ years at Millennium Industries as the head of the Information
Engineering  department. He also worked for the Elkhart Street department
and at Eastside Gravel. He was a Sergeant at Arms with the Middlebury
American Legion  Post 210 and was a member of the Sons of the American
Legion. He was a founding member of Michiana Mopar Association. Chuck
was a lifetime member of the NRA and was also a member of the Gold Wing
Club- Goshen Chapter. He was a local landlord and was the caregiver for
Robert and Goldie. Visitation will be from 1:00 - 5:00 pm on Sunday, June 28
at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street, Middlebury. Funeral
services will be at 10:00 am on Monday, June 29 also at the funeral home.
Services will be conducted by Chaplain Albert Leroy Mitchell Sr. Burial will  
be in Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials may be given to
Middlebury American Legion Post 210 - Sons of American Legion.  

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From: Gary Handshoe
It was a pleasure working with Chuck for many years at Millennium. We
had many friendly discussions on Ford vs Mopar. My thoughts and prayers
to the family during this difficult time.
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From:  Employees of AMI - Sault Sainte Marie, MI
Chuck helped us with our IT systems for many years. Always ready to help
however he could. He was a true "gentleman". Our heartfelt condolences
and prayers for his family. Rest in peace Chuck!
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From: Dean Yoder
Chuck, I'll miss you deeply. You were always a great friend and I'll never
find another with your character. Thanks for being there. May you rest in
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From: Dave & Heather Grayson-Blough
Our heartfelt sympathy & prayers to Carla & family. Chuck will be dearly
missed - like a Big Brother. Blessed with wonderful memories together, as
he was one of the first students of Purdue Elkhart Campus, taught by my
father Wayne. You & Wayne ride-on together In heavenly peace.
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From: David Higgins
Sorry to see you go Chuck. Liked working with you in our past lives at
Millennium Industries and TI Automotive.
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From: Kevin Shell
Chuck was loyal, intelligent, knowledgeable but most of all kind. He loved
History but also loved helping people however he could. Will be greatly
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From: Denise (Ditmars) Manges
Charlie was a boy scout in my dads troup. I remember him coming to the
house and spending time coming and doing big scout things. He was always
friendly and caring. He will be missed by all.
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From: Nanette Roebuck Walker
Such a honor to know Charlie through my brother. My deepest sympathy
to Carla and family We have lost a true hero too soon. Will miss his wit,
creative post and wonderful heart. Rest in peace Charlie.