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Charles William "Chuck" Corey

April 12, 1941 - August 10, 2020

Charles William “Chuck” Corey 79, formerly of Brockton, Massachusetts, died August 10, 2020 peacefully at his home in New Port Richey, Florida. He was born in Jamaica Plain on April 12, 1941, the son of William and Lillian (Montgomery) Corey. Chuck was one of nine siblings, twin brother of Robert. Chuck was predeceased by William, Susan, David, Richard and Ernest “Jimmy” Corey; Mary Weber, and Ruth Maloney.

Chuck was proud to have served his country in the United States Marine Corps.

Prior to his retirement in 2010, Chuck spent many years working for the Ramada Inn in Norwood. A jack of all trades, always working on a project and ready to lend a hand.
Chuck enjoyed playing cribbage and working on puzzles. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family. He was known by many as Chuck or Charlie, but Dad and Grandpa were his favorite titles. He will be missed by all that loved him.

Survived by his wife Rita; his 4 daughters, Debbie Hughes (Mark), Carol Darcy, Mary Figueroa, Cynthia Bernard; 4 sons, Steven Corey (Judith), Charles Corey, Paul Crowley (Guilianna) and Tommy Crowley (Heather); grandchildren, Jimmy Darcy (Sarah), Johnny Ball, Sean Figueroa (Jessica), Brandon Figueroa (Julie),  Natalie Crowley, Paul Crowley, Michelle Crowley, Jaime Corey USMC, Abigale Corey, Ashley Bernard, Emily Ross USAF (Brian), Brenna Corey, Colin Corey, and Fiona Corey; and great-grandchildren, Dylan Figueroa, Blayke Darcy, and Ranger Ross.  Funeral services are private. A memorial service for all to attend will be announced later.

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