Charles Lawrence Marx

Charles Lawrence Marx

Charles Lawrence Marx “Chuck” to family and friends, of Aliquippa passed away on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at the age of 64 after succumbing to a long-term illness.  He was born on July 26 th 1956 in Steubenville, OH the son of Richard and Margaret Marx. He was a native of Steubenville, Ohio and attended the “Big Red” high school class of 1974. Chuck was preceded in death by his father Richard L. Marx. He will remain in the hearts of his mother, Margaret Janet Marx, Aliquippa, PA; 2 sisters: Diana (Michael) Dengel, Aliquippa, PA; Tobie (Samuel) Pasco, Chippewa Twp., PA;  2 brothers: Richard (Diane) Marx, Chesapeake, VA; and John Marx, Wintersville, OH. As well as his nieces: Heather Federfoff, Amber Marx, Shannon Daugherty, Heather Butcher, Michelle Dengel, Nicki Lucas; and his nephews who were his buds: Jack Marx and Ben Marx. A private family service will be held at Union Cemetery in Steubenville, Ohio with Pastor Kevin Daugherty officiating.  Memorial donations in memory of chuck, may be made to Good Samaritan Hospice House, Wexford, PA or to Jefferson County Humane Society in Steubenville, OH.  

6 thoughts on “Charles Lawrence Marx

  1. To the Marx family,
    My sincere sympathy to you all. Keep your memories close to comfort you and help get you through this hard time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Love
    Debbie and Allen

    1. July 13, 2021 at 9:08 pm
      Thank you Debbie and Allen. He is in a better place where he can rest peacefully. He led a life of discomfort and pain but his concern was not for himself, it was for us because we eventually had to do everything for him. Would do it all over again though…miss him so much!

    1. Thank you Becky. He is in a better place where he can rest peacefully. He led a life of discomfort and pain but his concern was not for himself, it was for us because we eventually had to do everything for him. Would do it all over again though…miss him so much!

  2. Dear Marx family,

    My family and I are so sorry for your loss. While words fail to truly express the pain, know that our prayers and thoughts are there to encourage you. All humans feel the sting of death but the Bible gives comfort that God promises at 1 Corinthians 15:26 “And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing”. This is something that has brought me and my family solace when we’ve lost loved ones and we hope it encourages. Take peace and comfort. For comfort from the Bible, please visit bit.ly/Endofdeath

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