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Charles "Chas" Amedeo

Sunday, December 21st, 1952 - Sunday, November 29th, 2020
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Obituary

Charles “Chas” Amedeo passed away suddenly on November 29th at the age of 67. Beloved husband of Susanne Amedeo. Loving father of Megan (Josh) Speers and Melissa (George) Margie. Dearly loved grandfather of Lucas, Addison and Jane. Chas will be greatly missed by his mom Joanne Amedeo, sisters Linda (Ed) Palmer, Gina (Richard) Preston, Gia Amedeo, his mother and father in-law Roy and Lois Horner, along with Karen (Frank) Campbell, Rob (Lori) Horner, Russ Horner, all of his nieces and nephews, and long time friend Gary Roach. He is reunited with his father Richard Amedeo, mother Helen Thompson and brother Richie Amedeo. Forever in the hearts of his extended family and friends.

Chas, also known as Chasman or Accu-Chas, enjoyed life and the little moments it had to offer. His many enjoyments included being surrounded by his family and friends, being outdoors in his garden, on the golf course, at the cottage swimming, fishing, kayaking, sitting by the lake enjoying a scotch on the rocks while listening to his favourite tunes.

Chas was a 4-year graduate of the Ontario College of Art, which led to many years of being a Creative Director in the Advertising Industry. He loved learning and transferred many of these skills into his artwork and photography. He was the official photographer for our community BinderTwine Festival for many years.

Chas was committed to his community in many ways. He started the Kleinburg Men’s hockey team and designed the uniform for his baseball team to wear proudly. If the “Old Boys” needed help with community events, Chas was always there to lend a helping hand.

Chas loved history, and the study of flags. We called him our resident Vexillologist. Each flag he owned held a special meaning and he flew them proudly for all to see.

A private family service was held at Marshall Funeral Home and a Celebration of Life will take place at a later date when we can gather safely without COVID restrictions.

If desired, you may make donations to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or Cortelluci-Vaughan Hospital.
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Posted at 10:52am
To Sue, Megan, Melissa and family. Our heartfelt condolences on your loss. From your old neighbours Kenn, Christel, Martin, Jelena, Brian and family.

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Edward Rajewski

Posted at 11:05am
Many of us worked with Chas at Loblaws when we were all young and full of dreams for our future. Chas was one of our Creative Directors. He had a fabulous sense of design and was always so easy to be around, an exceptional human being. I remember we laughed a lot together and worked really hard but loved every minute of our time together. We were like a family. Many of us have just been told of his passing and are deeply saddened by the news. Your friends and colleagues, Edward Rajewski, Rick Smith, Art Cotrim, Robyn Renaud, Jack Messham, Robin Lopes, Jim Phillips, Steve Walker, Kerry Aitcheson and many many more!

Heidi Cappello

Posted at 01:28pm
My deepest condolences to the family. I worked together with Chas for 18 years and I’m very saddened to hear this. We had some great laughs together.
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