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Charles Siever

Charles A Siever

Saturday, November 30th, 1957 - Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
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Siever, Charles A., “Charchie”, passed away quietly on Wednesday, October 9th at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Born November 30, 1957, he was 61 years old. He was the son of Charles N. Siever and the late Caroline (Almeida) Siever and the brother of John J. Siever and his wife, Jayne of Plymouth. He is survived by his nephew, John J. Siever, Jr. and his wife Akosua of Medford and his niece, Laura Oberg and her husband James of North Yarmouth, ME. He was preceded in death by his nephew, Tom C. Siever.

Charchie graduated from Plymouth-Carver High School, Class of 1975, where he played football, soccer and baseball. He was employed as a lineman for NSTAR for twenty years. He was also an avid golfer and candle pin bowler but his greatest enjoyment was being outside working in his garden and hosting midnight croquet games in the backyard.

To anyone who knew him, Charchie was a colorful character. He was fiercely independent, a risk-taker and always ready for a good time. He was unconventional and lived life on his own terms.
Funeral arrangements will be private and arranged by the Bartlett Funeral Home, 338 Court Street, Plymouth.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to The Tom C. Siever Charitable Foundation, 22 Darling Road, Plymouth, MA 02360
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Lueanne bertocchi

Posted at 07:23pm
Charchi was a very close friend and a very loving person😘he had lots of demons but a great person and sure did love his pups rest in peace my good friend
MC

marty cabral

Posted at 06:43pm
So sorry for your loss. Charchie was a constant at my house when Jerry lived with us. Always a Great kid enjoyed him very much. Charchie was very good to my boys as he always invited us to his camp. Always Polite, friendly and funny. Proud to have been considered a friend.
FH

Fred H

Posted at 01:10pm
Saddened at the news you are gone.
Rest In Peace #13.
Deepest sympathy your family!
Fred H
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Jerry Martin

Posted at 11:07am
God bless...played baseball with Chachi and John on WPLM. He used the heaviest bat he could find...strong. Rest in peace brother, way to young..
AF

A Friend

Posted at 11:45pm
Sympathy to the entire family and prayers that
Charchie is in a better place. He was a great gardener and I was privileged to have enjoyed many of his prize vegetables.
So many memories of him. He would always have a “blonde joke” to tell and often he laughed while telling it. He was a north Plymouth boy whom I met at first grade in Hedge School.
He was also a true member of Red Sox Nation!
Something we had in common and often discussed.
Your presence on this earth Charch was that of a great one. You lived life on your own terms.
Fast & furious....Gentle and Kind.
May you now Rest In Peace. You will be missed.
Lastly.. you were a loving son to your father as I often saw. Gone too soon but no longer in pain.
A friend.
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