Charles Timothy Wummel

1958 - 2020


Charles Timothy Wummel, age 62 of Macomb, passed away April 24, 2020.

Chuck married the love of his life Susan on November 23, 1984. Together they had 3 children; Brian, Matthew, and Meagan. They lived in Concord, North Carolina for 22 years before moving back to Michigan to care for his aging Mother-in-law. In his spare time he enjoyed playing golf, gardening, and fantasy football. He cherished his family and every moment he spent with them.

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Paul Boomer

May 11, 2020 7:17 PM

A lifelong friend is dearly missed and far sooner than expected. However, I will continue to treasure my memory of our friendship and time together. From walking to St. Dennis, playing all the sports, spending endless summer hours together with Bill, Tim, Tom, and others. Days on end at Northbrook golf course; fond memories indeed. I will never forget our three-month excursion across the USA; a week long canoeing trip in the boundary waters. And on and on…
Chuck’s relentless dry humor and his laughter will never be forgotten; but already so dearly missed. A kind, unassuming fair and honest person. If you met Chuck, you liked Chuck!
God bless Sue, Brian and Cary, Matthew and Meagan.  And a heart felt blessing to Chuck’s entire family!
Paul & Lynn Boomer

Louise Tinetti Green

May 9, 2020 9:33 PM

Chuck was part of the fabric of the Tinetti household. Like another little brother, because we didn’t have enough of those! I had his phone number memorized from calling my brothers to come home for dinner from the Wummel house. May God bless all of the Wummel family with peace and the knowledge that you will be reunited one glorious day.

Mary Ann Rilley

May 9, 2020 12:47 PM

Chuck was a great brother! He was a very loving person. He was kind and generous and had many interests and talents. He was dedicated to his family and loved us all very much. He enjoyed playing cards, golfing, fantasy football, ping pong, basketball, coaching, and gardening, just to name a few. He worked hard and helped others whenever he was asked. He was smart and educated and had an excellent disposition. I loved my brother and will miss him every day. I know that he is with God and that he will always be with me in my heart.✌️❤️

Kevin Bishop

May 2, 2020 8:43 AM

Please accept my most sincere and heartfelt condolences on Chuck's passing,,,deepest sympathy to Sue and the kids on your tragic loss. I always remember the Wummel family as being a tight-knit,bonding group of individuals who held close the values of a strong family unit,and can only imagine the grief you all share as you navigate thru these troubling days. I know you all have the full support of your friends and family,and wish you all strength in your days ahead,,so very sorry for your loss.

Mary Ann Rilley

May 9, 2020 12:30 PM

Thank you Kevin for your eloquent words and kindness. Chuck will always be in our hearts and we miss him terribly.☮️💟

Julie Betzler

May 1, 2020 12:51 AM
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I will forever remember his great smile and sense oh humor. My condolences to the Wummel family.

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