Mr. Charles A. Fitchette, 59, died Friday, July 3rd, at his residence, where he was under the care of his family and Hospice of Jefferson County, after a four-year illness with cancer.
There will be a Celebration of Life held at his residence, Saturday July 11th, starting at 1pm.
Charlie was born September 10th, 1960, in Alexandria Bay, the son of Marquis and Esther Rice Fitchette. He went to school in Alexandria Bay and graduated from LaFargeville in 1977.
On April 3rd, 2004, he married the former Sylvia Dano, at the LaFargeville United Methodist Church with Reverend Mark Pierce officiating.
Charlie retired because of his illness after many years as a mason for the Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen Union Local #2 out of Watertown.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting, remodeling and having fun.
Besides his wife Sylvia, he is survived by one stepson, Merreck McMurphy of Spokane, Washington; one sister, Monica Schroeder of Houston, Texas; four brothers, Jeffrey (Barb) of Black River, Dale, Terry, and Kim (Kimberly) Fitchette, all of LaFargeville; nieces and nephews.
One brother, Marty, died Christmas Day of 2019.
Donations can be made in his name to Hospice of Jefferson County, 1398 Gotham Street Road, Watertown, N.Y. 13601.
Sylvia, I am so sorry for your loss.
Sylvia and Merreck,
Sorry for loss.
Leslie Brown varner
To the Family of Charlie,
I am so sorry to read of Charlie’s death. I was a classmate of his in LaFargeville. He was always so quiet and a very nice guy. I know he will be missed by many.
Leslie Brown Varner
To the family of Charlie,
Scott and I are so sorry for your loss. Charlie was such a such a fun loving guy. Rest easy now Charlie,
Scott and Karen Donaghy Derouin
To all of the Fitchette family, Charlie was such a sweet guy and he was a good friend. God bless all of you. You are in my thoughts ❣️ Bless you all.
Alice and George Barton
To Charlie’s family,
Have fond memories of Charlie. He was a good, kind person.God bless. Alice Pecor Barton and George Barton, Clayton
SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS SYLVIA AND THE FITCHETTE FAIMILY… MEMORIES OF YOU ALL ON THE BUS COMES TO ME. YOU WERE GREAT FRIENDS WITH MY FAMILY…..
Steve & Jean Side
Very sorry for your loss. Charlie is now at peace and walking with the angels.
To the family and friends of Charlie:
I am very sad to read about your lose and was unaware of Charlies illness. Charlie was a fine mason and a hard worker. Charlie and Kim were pouring a slab for me and my memory of the day was that of Charlie running the power trowel wearing moccasins avoiding scoring of the surface by wearing construction boots. The teacher learning from the student. I used many alternatives but never thought of leather moccasins. Rest in peace Charlie.
Fly high…we will miss you !!!!!
So sorry for yet another loss to the Fitchette family. So sad. Patti Constance
very sorry for your loss…sylvia and family…take care and god bless