Charles Andrew Mann, III

May 9 1945
Jun 9 2020
75 Years
Christiana. Pennsylvania

Charles Andrew Mann, III, 75, passed away peacefully on June 9, 2020 at the Newport Meadows Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Christiana, Pennsylvania.  He was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Bessie E. Roberts Mann Jamison, father, Charles A. Mann, Jr., stepfather, Ralph Jamison, and brother, Larry Mann. He is survived by his two sisters, Donna Mann (Karl) of Mount Joy, PA and Sharon Dazio of Parkesburg, PA, two nephews, Brian Dague (Kathy) and Eric Thomas, two nieces, Dana Newcomb (Jason) and Wendy DeSanto (Michael), and eight great nieces and nephews. 

He was born in Coatesville, Pa on May 9, 1945.  He attended Olivet United Methodist Church in Coatesville, PA, and was employed with Lukens steel Company before moving to Florida, where he stayed for the better part of twenty years working in construction.  He returned to Coatesville twenty-four years ago and was employed with Black Hawk Apartments, Freedom Village, and the Exton Library. 

When he was healthy, Charlie enjoyed fishing and being outdoors. He loved nature and animals.  Helping with yard work was something he looked forward to.  His favorite place to be in Florida was in the Everglades.  He told many stories about his adventures there. He was the most resilient person we knew, fighting the good fight of failing health for many years.  He was our hero and we will miss him dearly.  

Services will be private at the convenience of the family. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg. Online condolences can be posted at

Service Date: 
Jun 10 2020 - 9:41am


So sorry to hear of Charlie's passing.
Thoughts and prayers,

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So Sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family <3 



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We have lost a sweet spirit in our family . Uncle Charlie was a unique person in the sense that he was rough around the edges but had a heart of gold. If he loved you - he had your back no matter what . I will always have the best memories of him as a child . He loved me - and he would let me get away with murder . When he would babysit me- I could stay up late - watch whatever I wanted on TV. He was a kid at heart at every stage of his life . That's how I choose to remember him . Cute , funny and full of life with the most amazing laugh. See you on the other side Uncle Charlie ....... when it's my time . I love you . Wen

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