Obituary of Charles A. Livingston
Charles (Chuck) Aldon Livingston was called to his heavenly home on December 21, 2019, passing peacefully in the care of Hospice House. Chuck was born February 10, 1929 in Merritton, now St. Catharines, Ontario. After marrying his bride, Thelma, and becoming a U.S. citizen, he resided in Niagara Falls raising two children, Cheryl and Paul. At the Carborundum Plant, he worked in maintenance until his retirement in 1990. Chuck was an avid reader. He could often be found sitting in his Adirondack chair in his front yard at the dead end of Ontario Avenue, book in hand, watching the golfers across the street and talking with the dog walkers. He lived in that house for 53 years. He also enjoyed woodworking and had an extensive workshop in his basement. Chuck generously gifted these handmade items to family, friends, and just about anyone who expressed an interest in them. For 25 years, Chuck and Thelma had a slip for their cabin cruiser at a private marina on the lower Niagara River in Lewiston. They loved spending time on the water - boating, fishing, skiing - and at the dock partying. They took several trips through the Trent-Severn Waterway in Canada. Mr. Livingston is survived by his wife of 72 years, Thelma Leone (Morris) Livingston, daughter Cheryl (Thomas) Horton, son Paul (Rose) Livingston; grandsons Christopher (Stacy) Seefeldt; Jonathan Seefeldt, Eric Livingston; granddaughters Jaimie (Ben Berelson) Horton, Kate (Ben Schell) Livingston; great-grandsons Caleb Seefeldt, Jacob Seefeldt, Aiden Hergert-Register, Liam Livingston; sister Nancy Dean; and his close friend, Michael Novelli. He is predeceased by parents Edward and Viola (DeForest) Livingston, brother Calvin Livingston. A private memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial donations can be made to Niagara Hospice, 4675 Sunset Dr. Lockport, NY 14094. Arrangements entrusted to HARDISON FUNERAL HOMES INC. Lewiston, NY. Please visit www.hardisonfuneralhomes.com for online condolences.
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