In Memory

Charles Buchwald

December 10, 1988

Charles Buchwald, 54, well known Marshalltown business owner died Saturday morning, unexpectedly, in Albion, Iowa. Services were at 10 a.m. Tuesday December 13, from the chapel of the Estel Perrin – Avey Funeral Home with the Rev. Dr. Worthie Usher officiating.  Burial was in RiversideCemetery with military rites conducted by the American Legion.

Born Oct.10, 1934, in Marshalltown, he was the son of Glen and Verda Sawyer Buchwald. He was educated in the Marshalltown Schools. Before becoming the owner of Charlie’s Tap in 1981, he was employed in farm service, truck driving and by Strand’s Bakery. He served in the U. S. Army in the Korean Conflict from 1953-1956.

Mr. Buchwald was a member of the American Legion, Eagles Lodge, the Legion of Guardsmen, and the Moose Lodge.

In 1953, he was married to Nancy Olson; they were later divorced. Claudine Hofert has been his common – law wife for 22 years. She survives, as do three daughters, three stepsons and four stepdaughters; eight grandchildren and nine stepgrandchildren.

He is also survived by his brother Arthur, Redondo Beach, California.

His brother Warren is deceased.

Charlie Buchwald, 54

     Services for Charlie Buchwald, 54,

Of   714  W.  Madison  St.,   who died

Saturday Morning, Dec. 10, in Albion,

Were  held  Tuesday  morning  at  the

Estel–Perrin–Avey Funeral Home with

Dr. Worthie Usher of the  First United

Methodist Church  officiating.  Burial

Was in Riverside Cemetery with  mili-

Tary  honors  conducted by the Frank

Lewis  Glick  Post  of  the  American


    Pallbearers  were  Bob Kent,  Rod

McTurk,  Dale Adams,  Phil Sunkle,

Ray  Garrett  and  Kermit  Cross.

    Honorary bearers were Ed Hofert,

Doug  Cowan,  Rex  Krough,  Dale

Hofert,  Mike  Hofert,  Ron  Webster,

Larry Meyer,  Brad Wiegand,  Roger

Fieboth and Rick Rubenbauer.

    Groups in attendance were from the