Chuck Pullman

  • Born: November 3, 1938
  • Died: January 30, 2019
  • Location: North Ridgeville, Ohio

Busch Funeral and Crematory Services

32000 Detroit Road
Avon, OH 44011
Tel. (440) 937-6175

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Friend

Chuck Pullman, of North Ridgeville, passed away at his home surrounded by his loving family by his side after a long and hard battle with cancer on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. Chuck was born on November 3, 1938 in Cleveland to Irving and Norma (nee Clark) Pullman.
Chuck attended Catholic schools in grade and high school. After which he faithfully served in the US Army, working on railroads.
Chuck loved high school and college sports and cheered on all of his hometown sports teams. He bled scarlet and gray. He attended 11 Buckeye Bowl games and traveled to every Big 10 stadium to cheer on his favorite team.
While living in Middlefield, he served as a Jaycees member and held the office of president. He enjoyed spending time on camping trips to Maple Lakes Campground with his family.
He was fun, kind, generous, hardworking, known for his dry sense of humor, and very much loved by everyone.
Surviving is his loving wife, Carlene, of 36 years; children Charles, Tim (Lynette), Jeanine Smith (Jim) and Christine Hotes (Art); grandchildren Jami Napier (Dylan), Arthur Hotes and Madison Hotes; siblings Mary Ellen (Jim) Moore, Norma Gasparro and Patrick Pullman (Pearl); sisters-in-law Patricia Pullman and Shirley Pullman; cousin Judy Colasante (Lou); several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews; and kitties Libby and Brutus.
Preceded in death by parents Irving and Norma; brothers Lee and Michael; brother-in-law Angelo Gasparro, as well as 2 nephews, and great nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, contributions are to be to the charity of your choice.

Family will receive friends on Sunday, February 3rd from 12-3 pm at the BUSCH FUNERAL HOME 32000 Detroit Ave., Avon. Services will follow at 3pm.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm so sorry to hear this Carlene, Chuck was such a wonderful guy... Hiram was all the better for having him there.

Teresa Ives Lilly

Posted by Teresa Ives Lilly - San Antonio, TX   January 10, 2020

Dear Cousin Carlene, I was so sad to learn of the death of your beloved Chuck. I never met him, but I knew him through your descriptions, and he sounded like such a wonderful man. Sending you hugs, love, and support as you grieve your loss.

Posted by JoAnna Umlauf - Waterville,, OH - Family   March 10, 2019

As a former Middlefield Jaycee and neighbor, my thoughts and prayers go out to Chucks family

Posted by Dale Clarke    February 05, 2019

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Posted by Wally Ronsky - Maplelakes, Seville, OH   February 03, 2019

To the family of Chuck Pullman

May God bless you, praise be the God of comfort who comfort us all in our trails.

Posted by A friend   February 03, 2019


I had the pleasure of knowing Chuck through work at Midview. He would work late at night long after everyone left. Although his workload was heavy, he always stopped for a quick and enjoyable chat. He was funny and always a welcome sight. He was a hard worker and took pride in what he did. I consider him and his wife Carlene to be "Kind and True of Heart and Spirit, and it is my honor to know and call them both my friend.

Posted by Denise Eslinger - Mantua, OH - Friend   February 02, 2019

When I think of the relationship your Dad had with his family and with Carlene, I truly think of a life well lived . I was only able to know him for a short time but I always enjoyed all the stories of his adventures , their travels and all their favorite restaurants. Always made anyone feel welcome. my heart goes out to you all , he will be missed !

Posted by Lynette Pullman - Independence, OH - Family   February 02, 2019

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

Posted by - OH   February 02, 2019

Chuck and I had some great times in Jaycees. His enthusiasm for Jaycees and his community was contagious. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Posted by Tracy Jemison - Burton, OH   February 01, 2019

Our hearts are with all of you

Posted by Darlene Revis. (Smith) - Warren, OH - Family Friend   February 01, 2019

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