CHARLES CASPER FETTER

March 31, 1920--October 8, 2005



Charles Casper Fetter, 85, of Jamestown, Ky.,
died Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005,
in the Fair Oaks Health Systems, Jamestown.

Viewing and visitation were held on October 10, 2005
at Kutz Funeral Home, Jeffersonville, In.,
with a service on October 11, 2005
in the Branham Tabernable, Jeffersonville, In.,
with the Rev. Willard Collins officiating.

Born on March 31, 1920, in Carlisle, he was the son
of the late Charles A. and Catherine Shannabrough) Fetter.

He was a former motel operator for Howard Johnson
and was a member of the Branaham Tabernacle, Jeffersonville, In.

Surviving are his wife, Aileen M. (Barnes) Fetter, Jamestown, Ky;
three daughters, Judith Sanger and Ruth Parker, both of Jeffersonville, Ind.,
and Susan Collins of Jamestown, Ky;
11 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son, Charles William Fetter.

A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 14,
in the Letort Cemetery, Carlisle, with the Rev. Willard Collins officiating.
There will be no viewing or visitation.

Hoffman-Roth Funeral Home, 219 N. Hanover St., Carlisle
is in charge of the funeral arrangements.

Portions of the above were published in the Sentinel, Carlisle, PA

 




~FOR DAD~

My dear loved ones--as we now say good-bye...
May memories surround you and dry tears from your eyes.
Eighty-five years ago I began my earthly race,
Now I'm resting forever in this heavenly place.
Once I had a desire to explore and to roam,
But now I've returned to my heavenly home.

My pain has vanished; I'm no longer bound,
No more wheelchairs for me--I'm walking around!
I can lift my arms upward in worship and praise...
And sing the songs of the redeemed throughout endless days.
Once dark, hazy images are pristine and clear--now I can see...
I will watch for you, my loved ones, over Heaven's balcony.

As you think back--remember my gentle touch,
And how I loved all of you so very much.
Speak softly and sometimes whisper my name.
Yes, our love will always remain.
Someday together--we will once again be...
Yes, I miss you as much--as you miss me.

It was a fine morning when God whispered my name,
And called me out of this body of pain.
I rose up to step through the Heavenly tide...
My precious loved ones came quickly to stand at my side.
Remember, my dear ones--God's Word is faithful and true,
His Voice and Message have carried me through!

 By Susan Elaine Collins 1999 ©





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Charles, about 2 years old, Carlisle, PA



Charles & Aileen Mildred Barnes
Married: March 29, 1942


Charles, late 1950s


Charles & Aileen, 1960s


Charles 1960s

Charles, 1970s





Charles, 1970s

Charles & Aileen, Dad even learned to fly an airplane








Charles & Aileen, Sunset Mountain, AZ




Charles & Aileen, Celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary
They celebrated their 63rd anniversary last year.




Charles with the family dog, King







Charles his mom, Catherine
we all called her Granny



Charles & Aileen, 2003



Charles 2004

 

 



   

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