Bom-Wrapper

Charles Courtot

Charles Patrick ""Chuck"" Courtot Jr.

Saturday, January 15th, 1938 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
Recommend this to your friends.
Share via:

Sign in to the Family Interactive Login

The Family Interactive feature enhances An Amazing Life. Authorized family members can securely access their loved one's memorial website settings at any time.

Share Book of Memories with a Friend

Please enter the name and email details so that we can send your friend a link to the online tribute. No names or addresses will be collected by using this service.

Email Sent

Your email has been sent.

To share your memory on the wall of Charles Courtot, sign in using one of the following options:

Sign in with Facebook

OR

Sign in with your email address

Your condolence has been posted successfully

Provide comfort for the family by sending flowers or planting a tree in memory of Charles Courtot

No Thanks

Contact Funeral Home

Please enter your question or comment below:

Email Sent

Your email has been sent.

Charles's Tribute Fund

  •  Full Name
  •  Initials
  •  Anonymous
By continuing, you agree with the terms and privacy policy.

Charles's Tribute Fund

There may be a delay while processing. Please do not click the back button or refresh while a payment is processing.

Obituary

Charles P. “Chuck” Courtot, Jr. passed away on April 26, 2020. He was born on January 15, 1938 in Willoughby, Ohio to his parents, Margaret (Donahue) and Charles Patrick Courtot, Sr. In January of 1967, Chuck married the love of his life, Doris Ruth Grover. He worked as an electrician, working on carnival rides for many years. Chuck would travel around with his wife by his side up until her passing, as he worked for many different carnivals. He enjoyed fishing with Doris, collecting tools and following sports, especially the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns. Chuck was a member of the Lone Star Showman’s Club and a member of the Knights of Columbus 3rd Degree. Chuck will be missed and forever remembered by his family as well as his carnival family.

Chuck is survived by sisters, Rosemary (Paul, deceased) Boros of Concord, Ohio; Jeanine (Bill, deceased) Jacquemain of Mentor, Ohio; Carol (Stan) Kozar of Mentor, Ohio; Mary Beth (Paul) Aced of Carson City, Nevada; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Doris; parents Charles P., Sr. and Margaret Courtot; brother, Timothy Courtot; sisters and brothers-in law, Peggy and Harry Cain, Patricia and Hal Chubb; and countless canine friends.

A graveside service will be held at 1 PM, on Monday, May 4, 2020 at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas, Texas.

To view an obituary or sign the guest book, please visit www.bozemitchellmckibbin.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Boze-Mitchell-McKibbin Funeral Home, 511 W. Main St., Waxahachie, Texas 75165, (972)937-2211

To view recorded service click the following link. I am sorry to those who would have liked to have seen the service streamed live technical issues and poor cell service unfortunately we were unable to make that happen.

https://www.hdezwebcast.com/show/charles-courtot-jr
Read Less

Sign Up for Notifications

Receive notifications about information and event scheduling for Charles

Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, May 4th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    When
    Monday, May 4th, 2020 1:00pm
    Location
    Grove Hill Memorial Park
    Address
    3920 Samuell Blvd
    Dallas, Texas 75228
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Interment

    Monday, May 4th, 2020 | 1:30pm
    When
    Monday, May 4th, 2020 1:30pm
    Location
    Grove Hill Memorial Park
    Address
    3920 Samuell Blvd
    Dallas, Texas 75228
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

Condolences

We encourage you to share your most beloved memories of Charles here, so that the family and other loved ones can always see it. You can upload cherished photographs, or share your favorite stories, and can even comment on those shared by others.

Private Condolence
TT

Thesera Thomas

Posted at 06:10pm
Take care of our baby girl! 😉
TT

Thesera Thomas

Posted at 05:18pm
Love you dear friend, Rest In Peace!
BC

Brendan Courtot

Posted at 03:14pm
Long ago I was dropped off to visit with Uncle Chuck and Aunt Doris in some small Ohio town, I was probably there to work, however, I think I my earning were only used to support my candy apples and fair fries addiction. My best memory was getting to sleep on the sofa in the trailer, I thought it was so fancy that the sofa bay actually expanded to make the trailer bigger. I loved wrestling around with his big German Shepard, Frits and was always looking forward to his next trip back to our corner of the state. I will miss him and the lost opportunity I had over the years to build our relationship.
 
CK

Carol Kozar Posted at 04:22pm

Brendan, you made me laugh about your fair food "addiction--thanks so much! Aunt Carol

Sean Horejs

Posted at 01:56pm
My most vivid memory of my Uncle Chuck has stuck with me since I was very little. I thought it was so cool being related to someone who got to work at a carnival and run the games. I got to play balloon darts a lot and I even won a mirror with the Journey “Escape” album cover on it. I can’t remember exactly, but I’m guessing I didn’t hit enough balloons and he made sure I “won” anyway. To this day, I still make balloon darts my first stop whenever I take my kids to a carnival and I think of him. He made a life of making sure the things that make people happy keep working . How can you top that? Rest in peace, Uncle Chuck.
 
CK

Carol Kozar Posted at 04:24pm

Sean, loved your memory. So now, Delaney & Celestina have that connection to Uncle Chuck!
AH

Alysia Courtot Herzog

Posted at 01:42pm
There were no children- I am certain- who had more stuffed animals than we did! Every time Uncle Chuck came near, we left with a stuffed animal. I particularly remember this very large Tweety Bird (and my brother’s Tasmanian Devil) that lived on my bed for years.
I also remember that Uncle Chuck and Aunt Doris gave me my very first “job” – paid with real money – for harder work than I had imagined (it was probably harder for them too – as I know Uncle Chuck had to intervene several times when kids were stealing items without me knowing!) While these memories are fun and funny – the ones that are more important for me are more hazy recollections of acts and words from someone who was gentler in spirit than it appeared, who was quietly funny, who was generous, who was committed. I love seeing pictures that I can pick out resemblances in – but more appreciate knowing there are connections to this good soul for my family and myself. Much love to Uncle Chuck and to all those feeling his loss– Alysia Courtot Herzog
 

Angela Sekston Posted at 03:10pm

Beautiful! Love this post, Alysia. Miss you!
 
CK

Carol Kozar Posted at 04:31pm

Such a wonderful post, Alysia--thank you! Your Dad & Uncle Chuck had a special relationship--physically distant but "close" in other ways. I really enjoyed your descriptions of Chuck in your last sentences--they are spot-on. Love to you & all your family. Aunt Carol
Loading...

Photos & Videos

Photo Album

Upload up to 10 images at a time, max 8MB each

Webcasting

Sometimes extenuating circumstances make it difficult to attend a service. Memorial webcasting gives family and friends the opportunity to view a service live, online, from anywhere.

This event may be open-casket and the livestream may contain views of the deceased.

Share by: