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Charles Treuting

Charles A. Treuting

Monday, October 3rd, 1927 - Monday, January 25th, 2021
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Charles Treuting was born on October 3, 1927 in Catonsville, MD. He grew up in Catonsville, graduated from Catonsville High School. He also spent a lot of time in the Rock Hall/Tolchester area of the Eastern Shore, spending time “down on the farm,” hunting ground hogs, fishing, crabbing & swimming. It was on the Eastern Shore that he met his wife, Betty, who lived in Pikesville. Following a brief stint in the service, he went to a technical school & got certified as a licensed electrician. He worked for a private electrician for a while, then was hired by the Baltimore Sunpapers as a maintenance electrician. He worked there for 29 years, and after retiring from there, worked part time with his nephew’s HVAC business.

Charles enjoyed gardening, grown his tomato & pepper plants from seed he shared them with neighbors & friends. He also enjoyed the water & spent much time with Jane & Bruce Saxon, longtime friends at their home on Weems Creek in Annapolis. A good day there involved boating, swimming, fishing & crabbing, & he enjoyed sharing them with his daughters.

An Electrician by trade he was also a skilled carpenter & added a room on the back of his home. He used his skills often at Milford Mill UMC, caring for the Shrubbery outside, fixing whatever broke in the church or parsonage, and making wooden keepsakes for the Christmas is coming camp in there.

He purchased a 24 foot Wood boat & spent several years rebuilding it to make it seaworthy. He enjoyed taking family & friends out fishing & crabbing on it & spent the night on it occasionally. He enjoyed spending time with his daughters at home, playing games & teaching them how to use tools. He enjoyed teasing& being teased back!

In 2011 Charles & Betty moved to Augsburg Independent living where they both got involved in activities. Charles had a spot in the workshop there where he continued to do some woodwork. He had a small tomato patch & shared with his neighbors. He enjoyed playing pool with new friends there as well. As time went on, his vision & hearing began to fail severely, age took most of his mobility away.

He lived a full life, would help anyone he could, & was a devoted husband & father. He will be missed.

He is survived by his devoted wife of 69 years, Betty Merriken Treuting, his daughter Linda Treuting Maxwell, and his grandson Jonathan Charles Boblitz., His daughter Pam Treuting Boblitz preceded him in death in 1989.

Friends may call at the Milford Mill U.M. Church, 915 Milford Mill Road, Pikesville, MD 21208, on Friday, January 29, 2021 from 10:30-12:00 Noon, at which time Funeral Service will Start at 12:00 Noon at the church, Interment Lake View Memorial Park, Sykesville, MD; Memorial Contributions can be made to: Milford Mill U.M. Church. Arrangements made by: Burrier-Queen Funeral Home & Crematory, P.A., Sykesville, MD 21784, www.burrier-queen.com.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, January 29th, 2021 | 10:30am - 12:00pm
    When
    Friday, January 29th, 2021 10:30am - 12:00pm
    Location
    Milford Mill United Methodist Church
    Address
    915 Milford Mill Rd.
    PIKESVILLE, MD 21208
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  • Service

    Friday, January 29th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    When
    Friday, January 29th, 2021 12:00pm
    Location
    Milford Mill United Methodist Church
    Address
    915 Milford Mill Rd.
    PIKESVILLE, MD 21208
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  • Interment

    Location
    Lake View Memorial Park
    Address
    2724 Liberty Rd.
    Eldersburg, MD 21784
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Posted at 10:48am
Our warmest condolences, Charles was a great uncle.
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George and Rhea

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Uncle Charles, you will live in our hearts forever ... we have so many wonderful memories of time spent with you! With all our love ...
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Janis Bowden

Posted at 06:35pm
Uncle Charles was the best! He was not my real uncle but I called him that all of my life! Aunt Betty and Linda and Jonathan I am deeply sorry for your loss. Uncle Charles gave me some of the best memories on our dock and with the crabin cruser ( the crab boat he built for Aunt Betty and my mom) uncle Charles taught me so much about crabbing . He also built my pet Rat Sammy a real rat condo it was the nicest cage and she loved it! He was the best! Love you Uncle Charles ! You left a real impact on our lives
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