Charles E. "Charlie" Fricker Tuesday, January 28, 1936 - Sunday, July 2, 2017

Randolph, NY - Charles E. “Charlie” Fricker, 81, of Manley Hill Road, Randolph, Town of Napoli, passed away on Sunday, July 2, 2017 at UPMC-Chautauqua- WCA Hospital. He was born January 28, 1936 in Jamestown, NY the son of the late Robert and Emma Ursilla (Spaulding) Fricker. Charlie attended Randolph Central School and later served in the United States Army from where he was honorably discharged on August 4, 1962. His interests included spending time with his grandson Dalton Bartholomew, reading, gardening and caring for his golf course like manicured lawn. He was a retired employee of Metallic Ladder Corporation in Randolph after 30 plus years of service and earlier on he worked for the former Aolean Corporation in Randolph and as a cleaner on weekends at the Randolph American Legion Post 181. He was a past member of the Randolph American Legion Post 181, VFW Post 6533 and Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 2271. He is survived by his daughter; Tammy (Kim Bartholomew) Fricker of Randolph, grandson, Dalton Bartholomew of Inman, SC, three sisters; Janet (Bradley) Wickmark of Leon, Dorothy (Larry) Callahan and Carol (Ron) Youngberg all of Jamestown. He was preceded by a brother Robert Fricker and a sister, Patricia Hildom. As per Charlies wishes, there will be no visitation or funeral services observed. In his memory the family desires all memorials be directed to the American Cancer Society or charity. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of the VanRensselaer & Son Funeral Home in Randolph. To leave a condolence log onto: www.vanrensselaerandsonfuneralhome.com

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Tammy and family,  I am so sorry for your loss.  My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.  

Mr. Fricker as I called him was a good friend to me and I always enjoyed hanging out with him and his buddy Waddy back in the day. We had alot of laughs.  I hope he is enjoying a rest and a laugh in heaven....

I m so sorry for your loss ,Tammy, Kim, & Dalton, And his 3 Sisters . Sometimes it s hard to come up with the right words to say,but your father was a very nice man ,always had a kind word, wherever I saw him . Well liked by so many an always ready to help out. He was a hard working person his whole life . And will missed by so many that cared about him . God Bless an Take Care ,