Chuck I have known you for 16 years and in those 16 years you brought laughter and joy to my life as my bonus dad my father-in-love. I Love you Chuck “ya little chit a$$”
I Love this photo of Chuck & Lisa
Charles “Chuck” Lee Konermann peacefully went home to be with the Lord on May 15, 2022. Charles was born on July 3rd, 1960, in Evansville, Indiana.
A graduate of Castle High School in Newburgh, Indiana. He had a special love for his family cookouts and loud big fireworks, we always loved celebrating his birthday on the 4th of July. Many knew Chuck as a wonderful, loving, caring, warm-hearted, funny, happy man. He loved to fish anytime he could, always telling stories of the “Biggest Bass” or Mounter he never really caught! In the summer or on a great day, you would find him on a fishing bank at Lincoln City or Bluegrass – always trying to get a mounter! If he wasn’t fishing, he would be watching his favorite sports on TV. The teams he cheered for never changed, for NCAA it was the Kentucky Wildcats, for NBA it was Chicago Bulls, no matter how they were doing, for NFL he was always true to the Dallas Cowboys, again, staying a true fan no matter how they were doing! As well as watching sports, he coached my brother’s basketball team that won 1st place! He was the best coach ever and best man for the job! There also wasn’t a time you wouldn’t hear music coming from the house – from classic rock like Rush, REO, or even AC/DC, to Michael Jackson, to Christian music like Toby Mac; he made it known he was jamming. He was either singing or air-drumming, to every song that played! Many never knew he could even play the drums and still played very well and would not miss a beat. That was always Chuck! He spent every day he could making others happy. He had a love for his baby dog Maxie and Ebony, his new baby, and his late baby Daisy, who he is with now.
He is survived by the love of his life – his wife of 33 years Lisa Konermann; all his loving children Michael (Melissa) Bunch, Lisa (Nathan) Wooley, John (Ruby) Geary, and Whitney (Jeremy) Beasley; raising all of us as his own – he had so much love for his grandkids as well! He was so proud of them all – Austin, Christina, John III, Makayla, Jeremiah, Aiden, Iris, and Drake! Loved by many of his brothers and sisters, his sister, Mary, and her two daughters, Sharon and Amber. He was so loved by all of his family and all that knew him. There are so many, his brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews! He was so loved and loved by so many in this whole big world. That is what he knew and always wanted with life – to show love but yet give love at the same time.
There will be no services at this time. However, there will be a celebration of his life to come in the near future. Please, if you would like to help with expenses, there will be a GoFundMe page set up to help with his wishes and celebration of life.
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