608 S. Old Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063
I will always remember how Mr. Kohlerman treated myself and family over the 40 years I worked with him. From nights to day back to part time and then full time. The one sailing trip, which was great. All the holiday shopping center parties. Spent many hours talking about everything. Rest in peace. My prayers go out to his family.
Pat, Ed and the four Romanoff children
I had the pleasure of knowing Charles for at least 25 years. I knew him as a pharmacist, pilot, sailor, friend.
He will be dearly missed by me, and my family; and, I am sure by all who had the privilege to know him.
My sympathies are extended to his entire family.
It's hard to say all the wonderful times I've had with Charlie and his Family.From my College days working at Bullocks Pharmacy and watching Charlie Drive up with his Black Edsel in front of the store. Visiting his house in Brookhaven and treated almost like part of the family. Becky's Cookies ( wich turned to cookie crumbs) sent to me when I was in Viet Nam.(the Darvon bottle of Booze was great too) Then working for 31 years at the Pharmacy in Malvern. We also went hunting and Shooting. targets, Later years playing cards and visiting. Since Moving to Folrida 20 yrs. ago there have been less get togethers. However I will forever consider him one of my best Friends and proud to call him one of my best friends. Bless you Charlie..I will really mss you ......
It has been many years since we left the Chester area but the memories of playing softball, basketball, pick up games for First Baptist Church with Replogle, Carpenter, Wilcox, my brother and best of all Charlie. It didn't matter what the temperature was, Charlie had a sweat shirt on, he was always chilled but he loved to play ball. After a game if was a hoagie and a couple of soft drinks. All was a gentleman and always a friend that I lost touch with but will see again. Chalky