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Charles Johnson Perritt

Born: Tue., May 27, 1930
Died: Sat., Aug. 29, 2020


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM, Wed., Sep. 02, 2020
Location: Riverside


Funeral Service

8:30 PM Wed., Sep. 02, 2020
Location: Riverside


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Charles J. Perritt

Of Delran, N.J., age 90. Died August 29, 2020.  Survived by his devoted wife of 69 years Theresa (Silver).  Also survived by his loving children Charles Jr. (Nancy), Robert (Jane), Lisa Trumbetti (Kenneth), predeceased by his daughter Anne Micaletti (late Gary).  He was the beloved grandfather of David Perritt (Rachael), Jacquelyn McGhee (Shawn), Laura Robinson (Braden), Alison Leary (Tim), Michelle Perritt, Tyler Trumbetti,  Alexis Trumbetti, and Madison Trumbetti. Dear great grandfather of Cora and Grant Perritt, Emily and Nathan Robinson, River, Dakota and Kai McGhee, and Sloane Leary.

He was a US Army veteran, serving as an MP during the postwar occupation of Germany.   Charles retired at age 83 following a long career with RCA and its successor companies.  He was a member of Bordentown Elks Lodge 2085.  He was an aeronautical enthusiast, riding in a hot air balloon, a stunt biplane, a glider plane and, at the age of 85, he achieved his lifelong goal of skydiving.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Samaritan Life-Enhancing Care, 3906 Church Road, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 or SamaritanNJ.org.

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Joseph P Gallagher
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
I have known Charles since my transfer from Camden to Moorestown's Ship Integration Group. Working beside Charles I learned how to read deck plans and elevations. This prepared me to visit the shipyards for ship-checks. When he wasn't discussing work he spoke of his travel and family. He was proud of his family's accomplishments. I feel like I know his wife, children and grandchildren. He told me not to wait till I got old and made travel difficult (walking and doing stairs). He also spoke of the pond containing flowers and fish his family constructed in their yard. He will be missed but not forgotten.

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