1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Charles H. Loesch

January 14, 1942 - November 17, 2020

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    Glenn Miller says

    My sincere condolences to Mark Brian Arron Rachel Brooklyn lorilai and the entire loesch and other families in this time of sadness peace be with you. Glenn Miller

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    Barb Hamilton says

    Sharon so very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your entire family.

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    Charles Backer says

    So sad to hear. Gonna miss him. Prayers from the Backers.

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Charles H. Loesch, 78, passed away on November 17, 2020. He was born on January 14, 1942 in Evansville, Indiana.

Charles served his country in the United States Navy and was a Vietnam War Veteran. He then went on to become a Tool and Die maker. Charles was a Mason and also a member of the Hadi Shrine, American Legion Post 44,  American Legion Riders, and the Owls. He enjoyed riding his Harley motorcycle with his wife. Above all else, Charles loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

Charles is survived by his wife of 29 years Sharon Loesch; his sons Mark Loesch, Brian Loesch, and Aaron Loesch; his step-children Geoff Marley and Stacey (Skip) Saltsman; his granddaughters Rachel (Andy) Kingston, Brooklyn Loesch, Hannah Loesch, Lorelei Loesch; his step-grandchildren Hunter Saltsman, Madison Saltsman, Josh Saltsman,  Brittni (Ryan) Orner, Ethan Orner, and Eli Orner; his great-grandchildren; his siblings Donald (Lynn) Loesch and Margaret (Vernon) Ballew; nephew David (Doreen) Ballew; and many loving nieces, nephews, family members, and close friends.

Charles was preceded in death by his parents Harold and Lillian Loesch and his sibling Jeanne Loesch.

Visitation will be from 3 p.m. until time of service at 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 24th at Sunset Funeral Home.  Pastor Carl Crowe will be officiating. American Legion Post 44 in Newburgh, Indiana Honor Guard will perform military rites.  After services, a celebration of life will be held at American Legion Post 44 711 State Street Newburgh, Indiana.