Charles Pace

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Charles F. Pace
, age 69. Sunrise September 11, 1945 in Cedartown, GA and Sunset December 14, 2014 in Columbus, OH. Charles was a U.S. Army Veteran during the Vietnam War and was a member of the VFW in Cedartown. He was formerly employed by Columbus Auto Parts and retired from Upper Arlington City Schools and was a member of Mt. Sinai COGIC where he served with the Deacon and Maintenance Ministries. Charles was preceded in death by his parents Beulah Mae and Albert Pace Jr., daughter Salita Pace, brothers Peter Pace, Norman Pace, and Albert Pace III and nephew Larry Pace . Left to cherish his memory, wife Elmira Pace, son Christopher (Sabrina)Ellis, daughters Anita, Charlescia Addison, Chanita Pace and Aisha Perez, brothers Clifford Pace, Willie James Pace, David Pace and Aron (Jan) Pace, sisters Mattie Gibbs, Dorothy Welbon, Hazel Hogg, Janice (Dwight) Orr and Betty Creamer, 8 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Friday December 19, 2014 at Cornerstone Pentecostal Church 2143 Joyce Ave. Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

Condolence Messages

  1. I am so saddened by the news of Charles’ passing. He was such a bright light at Upper Arlington High School. He always had a smile on his face, knew everyone by name, and took such pride in serving the staff and community at the high school. I hope that you take solace in knowing that he positively affected so many peoples’ lives. My most sincere condolences go to his family and friends.
    With Sympathy,
    Wendy Pinta

  2. Dear family,
    I am so saddened to hear of your loss. I remember Charles as always smiling and being so kind in our building. I wish he could have had many more years in retirement, and I know he will be missed so much by his family.

    May you find comfort in each other, cherish your memories and know that so many will say a prayer as he is at peace. Cheryl

  3. Miss Mira,
    I am so sorry for your loss of Charles. Please find comfort in knowing that he is not in pain & suffering anymore. The good Lord will take good care of him. The holiday season is always the hardest at a time like this. You are in my prayers. If you need anything please call me.

  4. Dear Elmira and Family,
    We are saddened by your loss and are continuing to lift you in prayer during this time of sadness. We know that scripture reminds us that “though we walk through the valley and shadow of death…Thou art with me.” The comforting words of family and friends may help to ease the sorrow you feel. Be encouraged.(a cousin)

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