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Charles H Monbleau 1958 - 2003

Charles Hamilton Monbleau of Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, CA was born on January 31, 1958 in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts United States to Sally Monbleau and David Monbleau. He had siblings Melody Monbleau, Wanda Monbleau, Niki Monbleau, Davienne Monbleau, and Hope Monbleau. Charles Monbleau died at age 45 years old on February 16, 2003 at Pacific Ocean, ashes in Ventura, Thousands Oaks County, Ventura, and was buried on February 16, 2003.
Charles Hamilton Monbleau
Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, CA 91362
January 31, 1958
Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States
February 16, 2003
Pacific Ocean, ashes in Ventura, Thousands Oaks County, Ventura, Ca, United States
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  • Introduction

    Charles Hamilton Monbleau was born on January 31, 1958 in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to Sally and David Monbleau. He and his siblings spent their childhood in Harwich Port, where his parents owned the former Kemah Lodge and Kemah Five Ten. Charles later moved to California residing in Thousand Oaks, Ventura, California, USA. He served for four years in the Army as a helicopter crew chief, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. Charles later worked at Lockheed as a Chief flight line mechanic. In 1987, he suffered severe spinal cord injuries in a diving accident, which left him a quadriplegic. Charles Monbleua passed away on February 16, 2003. Chuck was awesome he always make you laugh and he was strong and kept positive. He was wonderful man. God Speed Chuck, love you
  • 01/31
    1958

    Birthday

    January 31, 1958
    Birthdate
    Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts United States
    Birthplace
  • Ethnicity & Family History

    He was White. His father David Hamilton Monbleau was born on December 25, 1930 in Bristol, Hartford, Connecticut and grew up there. He later moved to Flushing, NY in the 1970's and passed away in Huntington, Suffolk, New York, USA on October 23, 1987.
  • Nationality & Locations

    He was born in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and spent his childhood in Harwich Port, where his parents owned the former Kemah Lodge and Kemah Five Ten. Charles later moved to California residing in Thousand Oaks, Ventura, California, USA.
  • Early Life & Education

    Charles attended Bayside High School (Bayside, New York, USA) in 1975, see Charles H Monbleau- Bayside High School and later was a student at Moorpark College where he studied Computer Science.
  • Military Service

    He served for four years in the Army as a helicopter crew chief, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas
  • Professional Career

    Charles worked at Lockheed as a flight line mechanic Chief at the 200 N Westlake Blvd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 office.
  • Personal Life & Family

    Loved Diving at lake in Simi Valley, CA One day he went with his friend Mr.D. Ford and Chuck drive the week before and water level were fine and waited for his friend signal to jump.. This time Water level were not and did not wait for signal. Results were he was paralyzed from neck down.
  • 02/16
    2003

    Death

    February 16, 2003
    Death date
    Unknown
    Cause of death
    Pacific Ocean, ashes in Ventura, Thousands Oaks County, Ventura Ca, United States
    Death location
  • 02/16
    2003

    Gravesite & Burial

    February 16, 2003
    Funeral date
    Grave or burial unknown
    Burial location
  • Obituary

    Chuck Hamilton Monbleau was working at Lockheed flight line mechanic Army helicopter crew chief, THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- , a former Harwich Port resident who leaves family on the Cape, died Feb. 16 2003 at his home in Thousand Oaks. Mr. Monbleau spent his childhood in Harwich Port, where his parents owned the former Kemah Lodge and Kemah Five Ten. He served for four years in the Army as a helicopter crew chief, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, and for nine years he was a flight line mechanic at Lockheed Aircraft Corp. in California.In 1987, he suffered severe spinal cord injuries in a diving accident, which left him a quadriplegic. He was known for his strong spirit and positive nature
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3 Memories, Stories & Photos about Charles

Charles H Monbleau- 	Bayside High School
Charles H Monbleau- Bayside High School
1975 yearbook photo of Charles from Bayside High School in Bayside, New York, USA.
Date & Place: at Bayside High School 32-24 Corporal Kennedy Street, in Queens, Queens County, New York 11361, United States
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Chuck
Chuck, was amazing person his heart was larger then earth. He always made me laugh and he had great stories to tell
Thank you for your friendship.
I woke this morning and your name pop up in my head. I miss you for ever.
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Charles H Monbleau
Charles H Monbleau
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Date & Place: at Moorpark college in Moorpark, Ventura County, California 93021, United States
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