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Charles Voyten

  • On August 4, 2018
  • 40 Comments

Charles Voyten age 68 of Bethel Park passed away peacefully with his family by his side on August 3, 2018.

He was the beloved husband of Stephanie Voyten for 46 years; loving father of Melanie (Kevin Grodz) Voyten and Natalie (Anthony) DiTullio; dear brother of Mary Ann Valentovish and Frankie (Janet) Voyten; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

He will always be remembered as “Seafood Chuck” and his passions included spending time with his family and friends, watching the Pirates and traveling to Las Vegas.

A gathering of family and friends will be held on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 from 2-8 pm at Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Rd., McMurray, PA 15317, 724-260-5546.  A brief gathering will be held at 10 am with a memorial service to follow at 11 am at the funeral home on Thursday, August 9, 2018.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.stjude.org.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.cremationfuneralcare.com.

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40 Comments

Randy Fonner
  • Aug 4 2018
Melanie and family, I am so sorry to learn of Chuck’s passing. He was a great guy, and I always enjoyed talking with him. May God grant you peace.
Lori D. Achtzehn
  • Aug 4 2018
Dear Valentovish Family,. My deepest condolences for the loss of your Brother/Uncle. Lori Achtzehn
Eileen Morgan
  • Aug 4 2018
12 years of school with Chuck. My deepest condolences. My prayers to his family.
Elaine Wolfe
  • Aug 4 2018
I have very fond memories of growing up with Chuck and all my cousins. His passing is such sad news. May all his family and friends find peace. Elaine Uhrin Wolfe Atascadero, CA
Frankie
  • Aug 4 2018
Goodbye to not only my brother,but my best friend. I will cherish all the happy years we had together. I’ll really miss you. You were a great brother!
Sue and Lou Frank
  • Aug 4 2018
Natalie, Lou and I are so terribly sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. May all the wonderful memories and times you’ve shared with him get you through this difficult time. Love you, TB!
Jeff Marinack
  • Aug 4 2018
My deepest sympathies to the Voyten family. Chuck was a great man and will always be remembered as being fun to be around. RIP my friend.
Adam Salih
  • Aug 4 2018
Mel, so sorry for your loss
Scott and Maureen Staub
  • Aug 4 2018
Stevie, Mel and Natalie, Tony and Kevin, We are sending you our deepest condolences and prayers on the loss of Chuck. When thinking about Chuck the only word that comes to mind is “Fun!” I only remember fun times with Chas. First time on a roller coaster, first time in a casino, first time in Las Vegas, our Bahama trips, taught me how to play roulette, how to use the Harrahs Diamond Card, Maureen being a “librarian.....”, our games of 66. Chas will be so very deeply missed. I hope that your memories of the fun times with Chas will get you through this most difficult time. We love you guys!
Ann Marcinko
  • Aug 4 2018
I have many happy memories growing up with Chuckie. To me he will always be Chuckie. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this difficult time. Ann (Borza) Marcinko DesMoines, Iowa
Amy Rusenko (Tri Rivers / US Foods)
  • Aug 4 2018
Stevie, Melanie and Natalie, my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Chuck was just an all around nice guy. Always helpful with seafood questions and products, a wonderful salesman to work with and a gentleman to boot. He will be missed by so many people - family, friends, co-workers and clients. With Sympathy and Prayers
Bayden, Breana, and Bryson Valentovish
  • Aug 4 2018
Breana, Bryson and I will forever remember our Uncle Chuckie as being the fun, lovable, happy man he was. He would always light up the room wherever he was. I will never forget our five hundred games with Bre and I up against Uncle Frankie and Uncle Chuckie. although our games were quite competitive we were all laughing and having a fun time. Whether it was his jokes or pranks he would always find a way to lighten the mood. Uncle Chuckie you will forever be missed. We love you, rest in peace.
Kathi Johnson
  • Aug 4 2018
I am sorry to hear about your father, Natalie and .Melanie, I know you enjoyed working so closely with your dad.. praying the Lord will give you His comfort in this sad time. thank God for the memories shared with him.
Carol (Borza) Dziak
  • Aug 4 2018
Sincere condolences on the passing of Chuckie. I have so many great memories of us growing up. I was always the tag along with him and Gene at our grandparents house. Always looked forward to his visit.
Amber (Verdin) Marciano
  • Aug 4 2018
My condolences to Melanie and the rest of the family. We always had interesting conversations back in the days at Clover Mountain.
Andy Belz
  • Aug 4 2018
Condolences to Mel and the rest of the family. Chuck was a joy to work with and a true pro in his profession. I feel fortunate that I had some time to get to know him. He will be missed by me and by all who had the privilege to know him.
Tom and Jan Benton
  • Aug 5 2018
Tom and Jan, It has been our great pleasure to call the Voyten family our friends for the last 20+ years. And to my dear friend Chuck, I will always cherish our trips to Vegas, the Meadows, having numerous lunches together and arguing about the Pirates. You were one of the best men I've ever known. You may be gone my friend, but certainly never forgotten.
Bob Hruby
  • Aug 5 2018
Chuck sure am thinking of you this morning playing our round of golf every Sunday morning- right about now you would say at hole #8- 'Bobby, I feel good and I am going for green". I love and will miss you Chuck- Bobby H
Jim and Cathie Cramer
  • Aug 5 2018
Stevie, Natalie, and Melanie, Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. So many great memories of coaching the girls in basketball and softball at St.Louise. The fun times we had at games, tournaments and just getting together. I knew every year I would see Chuck at the St.L Fish Fry and it was always like yesterday that we had been together. Chuck was a wonderful person and a great guy who we loved dearly. We are always here for you all . May God bless Chuck , you and your family. Peace be with you all. Jim & Cathie Cramer and Family
regis costello
  • Aug 5 2018
Stevie, I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.
Debbie Gierlach
  • Aug 5 2018
My thoughts and prayers are with you Mel. I enjoyed working with you dad at Cloverhill. He was definitely the “seafood king” as well as a friend. Please find peace with the rest of your family and know that Chuck is at peace as well. Debbie G
timothy g. hartman sr and wanda hartman
  • Aug 5 2018
Stevie, Natalie and Melanie What a shock! I really had some great times with Chuck. We spent the last four years together in high school. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rest in peace Chuck !
Robert Uhrin
  • Aug 5 2018
Goodbye to a dear cousin with whom I enjoyed lots of good times many years ago. God bless you Chuck.
Don Fritz
  • Aug 5 2018
Just had the pleasure last year of seeing Chuck at our 50th class reunion. So sorry for his family's loss.
Rick DelBusse
  • Aug 5 2018
Stevie, Natalie, Melanie. I'm lost for words. I talk about working for "Chuckie" all the time. Coming to your house early in the mornings to get the order slips. The trips to the Meadows. Many things. I don't know what to say. Rest well my best man.
Linda (Zietak) Sisson
  • Aug 5 2018
Four years of High school, with such a nice fellow and seeing him last year after 50 years with still those beautiful eyes. Deepest sympathy and prayers.
Bob and MARY ANN Collins
  • Aug 5 2018
Sincerest sympathies for your loss! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Bob
Tom & Lisa Majernik
  • Aug 5 2018
Our sincerest condolences, thoughts and prayers for you and your family.
Kathy Elias
  • Aug 5 2018
So sorry to hear about Chuck’s passing. I went to school with him for twelve years and remember him as such a kind individual and a true gentleman.
Donna Mastascusa
  • Aug 5 2018
Deepest sympathy to Chuck’s family. I graduated with Chuck from St. Michael’s. He was always so sweet. R.I.P Chuck. ????
Ralph Rusciolelli
  • Aug 6 2018
Stevie, Natalie and Melanie Our sincerest condolences. There are people that your just love to run into, to talk to and to work with. Chuck was one of those people. Always up-beat and smiling - he was a special person. Sorry that Beck and I are out of town and will not be able to express our condolences in person. Ralph and Becky
Dolores Staub
  • Aug 6 2018
Stevie Mel Nat Husband,dad,brother,uncle,cousin. Chuck Chuckie Chas Chasser Pirate fan Steelers fan Penguins fan. 66 player slot player Mr Cashman Mr Las Vegas. Neighbor friend. BEST FRIEND In your lifetime you wore all these hats,and you wore them with dignity and grace There is so much more I want to say but the tears are clouding my brain In closing, know this a day in my life will NEVER go by when you are not in our thoughts and prayers. Thanks for all the great memories. Love. George and Dee
Chris & Leslie Toci
  • Aug 6 2018
Stevie, Melanie, Natalie Its a very sad time but we know Chuck is looking down on us all with his ever present smile. Leslie and I will always remember the night he raced through Vegas to get to the hot machine before the rest of us. We all will miss him greatly Leslie & Chris
Scott Briggs
  • Aug 7 2018
My deepest sympathies and thoughts go out to Melanie, Stephanie and the rest of the family. Some of us called Seafood Chuck "Big Fish". He could very well have been called "Big Heart". He was a great guy that was always there to lend a hand or support and will be missed early by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. He is one of those people that I feel honored to have called a friend.
Ken Griffin
  • Aug 7 2018
we feel very fortunate to have known Chuck and will miss him he was truly a friend and someone who won't be forgotten.To Stevie, Melanie and the entire family hearfelt condolences Ken and Deb
Mike Gorton Jr
  • Aug 7 2018
Hi Stevie, Natalie and Melanie, I am so very sorry to hear about your father / husband. Chuck was, without a doubt, one of the nicest, most sincere people I have ever met. I have very fond memories of Chuck and Stevie attending my wedding back in 2005 and he would always say what a great day and setting that was. We did business together for so many years and he always gave me so many opportunities and I always looked forward to talking seafood with him weekly. I also remember our 5 day business trip together out in Las Vegas years ago and I had so much fun with him! I am so very sorry for you loss and if there is anything I can do to help you with anything, please reach out to me. Much Love to all of you and he married a great woman and raised two wonderful daughters. Mike Gorton
Joann Murphy
  • Aug 7 2018
Stevie My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.l always thought of Chuck as my brother-in-law too. Memories of Chuck will always be with those of us who knew him
Michelle Bonham
  • Aug 8 2018
Stevie, Melanie and Natalie, my heartfelt thoughts, prayers and sympathy to you all. I just returned back to Bethel this evening and learned about Chuck's passing and sorry I am not able to be there in person. Chuck was a wonderful man and will be missed by all. May your many loving memories bring you peace during this difficult time.
George Brendel
  • Aug 14 2018
Dear Stevie and family, very shocked and saddened to learn of Chuck's passing. Much to young. Will always remember 'crusin' in the 289 Ford in senior year. My deepest sympathies.
David Lerner
  • Aug 15 2018
Dear Stevie, Natalie and Melanie, I am so sorry to hear about Chuck's passing. I've known him for 25+ years and whenever we talked, our business dealings always ended up as conversations about family. As a father of 2 daughters slightly younger than his own, his famous line to me was "just wait. It WILL get better." And he was right! He loved to talk about family and friends, his trips to the casino's (he rarely "lost"), and of course, the Steelers. As a Pats fan, we'd have an annual steak dinner riding on the outcome of the Pats/Steelers game. Somehow, I would always, gladly end up with the tab! He was a great man. We'll all miss him dearly, but we also have lots of stories and memories to look back on. If there is anything I can do or offer, please don't hesitate to call. Las Vegas years ago and I had so much fun with him! I am so very sorry for you loss and if there is anything I can do to help you with anything, please reach out to me. Much Love to all of you and he married a great woman and raised two wonderful daughters. Mike Gorton
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