Charles Herbert “Chuck” Eiwen, 69, of Spotsylvania County passed away Sunday, November 12, 2017 at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.
Mr. Eiwen was a U. S. Army veteran. He was owner and operator of Daubers, Inc. Mr. Eiwen enjoyed outdoor actives and spending time with his family.
Survivors include his wife, Julie Eiwen; children Amy Goulart (John) and Charles Blake Eiwen (Aleshia); grandchildren John Charlie Goulart and Sophia Vadella; and sister Emily Drake. He was preceded in death by his sister, Evelyn Sinclair; and brother Richard Eiwen.
Services will be private.
Memorials may be made to Westierescue.com or the American Cancer Society.
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Submitted by Patti & Chris Kaila on Nov 16 2017 02:55:00 PM
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Patti & Chris Kaila lit a candle on Nov 16 2017 02:54:33 PM
My heart goes out wife and family. I have known Chuck for many years and always considered him a good friend. In his business dealings he was always honest and kept to the highest standards of interegity. He cared much about his wife and kids. As well as his extended family, his employees at Daubers. I asked Chuck why he did not retire and what I got was what "will happen to these people". We will all miss Chuck. We have lost a great person and a good friend.
Submitted by Ron Bateman on Nov 16 2017 02:09:57 PM
Though I know I'll never lose affection for people and things that went before I know I'll often stop and think about them in my life I love you more.
A short verse from the Beatles "my life"
Submitted by Robert Doxtater on Nov 16 2017 10:54:17 AM
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The Pine Tree Food Equipment family sends it's condolences to the Eiwen family. I enjoyed all our conversations. Chuck was always honest and I learned a lot from him. When we disagreed with each other we always parted with respect.I was wrong many a time. He was a great mentor to many, both directly and indirectly. Jan and Danny at our company were both heartbroken as well as me when we all heard the news. They had many conversations with chuck in the past fifteen years of them attending conferences. As President of CFESA I will miss the occasional phone call from Chuck about CFESA issues because he looked at things differently which was truly a gift. God be with you and may God help your family and extended family through the grieving process
Submitted by Gary L Potvin on Nov 16 2017 08:45:50 AM
To the family and friends of a good man, have known Chuck since way back when doing trainings and service... always great to have a short discussion, share a joke... and a great man to work with and do business with... will miss those times... Best of regards, and will be thinking of him from time to time .... Peter Diedrich Chicago IL
Submitted by Peter Diedrich on Nov 15 2017 06:24:42 PM
Our thoughts and prayers are with your friends and family during this difficult time. I'm going to miss Chuck's company and that laugh. You will be missed.
Submitted by Gary Schermann on Nov 15 2017 02:17:35 PM
Chuck always put his family first. He cared about the people he worked with. He supported charity with enthusiasm. He was a strong voice in the industry, always standing up for what he believed was right. I admire Chuck for those things. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Submitted by Wes on Nov 15 2017 02:17:07 PM
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