Charles Weston

Charles "Chuck" Weston

Friday, January 19th, 1945 - Friday, June 26th, 2020
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Charles “Chuck” Weston, 75, died Friday June 26, 2020 at his home in Garden City, Kansas. He was born in Dodge City, Kansas January 19, 1945 the son of Clyde Edward & Hazel Ruby (Trent) Weston.

Mr. Weston was born and raised in Dodge City, lived in Texas a brief time, before moving to Garden City approximately 30 years ago. He married Linda Deibert on May 14, 1994 in Garden City. She survives. They loved to dance, spend time with friends and care for their beloved rescue corgi, Koda. A jack-of-all-trades and master of many, he had worked as a welder and truck driver, distributing water and beauty supplies to women in need of beatification. He was a talented musician/singer and played with the bands, Western Express and Loose Change at the Moose Lodge and American Legion. He was in the Navy and served in the Vietnam War on the attack Aircraft Carrier USS Ticonderoga. He continued his involvement with military activities locally as a past Chaplain for the American Legion and current Vice Commander for the VFW. He made many friends along the way, collecting cherished memories, among other things. His wife can attest to his loyalty and love for country, friends and family.

In addition to his wife he is survived by his children-Steve Koontz of Wichita, Teresa (Marc) Faulkner of Winfield,KS & Chad (Theresa) Weston of Garden City, KS; step-children-Celyn Hurtado & Sean (Chandrey) Villarreal both of Garden City, KS; Siblings- Nicki Melton of Denton, TX, Barbara McCleery of Phoenix, AZ & Joyce Baral of Pennsylvania; 16 Grandchildren; 9 Great Grandchildren & Beloved corgi-Koda.

He was preceded in death by his parents; Mother-In-Law Ruby Deibert and Brother-In-Law Charlie Drussel.

The Family will hold a Memorial Service with Military Rites at the VFW in Garden City at 10:00 am Wednesday July 1, 2020. There will not be any visitation. The family suggests memorials to the Charles Weston Memorial Fund in Care of Garnand Funeral Home, 412 N 7th Street, Garden City, KS 67846. 620-276-3219.
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Judy McDaniel

Posted at 01:57am
My sympathies to the families.
I went to school with his sister's Nicki and Barbara. Nicki and I were classmates and ran around together.
Chuck was always friendly and kid around with us. He will be greatly missed.
Prayers for peace, comfort and strength for the families.

Thinking of you,
Judy (Thorpe) McDaniel

Rick Collins

Posted at 07:28am
Celyn, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of loss. If you need anything please feel free to call .

Rick and Kathy Collins

Karen Trent Rader

Posted at 10:51pm
I haven’t seen Chuck for some time but was shocked when I saw he had passed. He is my cousin.
I would like to send my condolences to the family. I would love to see his sisters Nicki, Barb and Joyce.
God be with the family and friends during this time of loss.
Karen Trent Rader

Atonina Jones

Posted at 01:42pm
Chuckles always made me smile and always had a hug for me. I will miss him dearly.

Ginger Wallis-Wallace Posted at 04:05pm

From Bud Wallis- Chuck taught me my first three chords on a guitar in the 70’s. Still have the guitar. Our paths haven’t crossed in years but he’s still with me. ~ Bud Wallis. Follett, TX.

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