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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Farewell, Friend

Our condolences to the family and acquaintances of 54-year-old Charles Aich, the owner of City Wide Wrecker Service of Tulsa, OK. He died on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
Here's his obituary from the Southwest Times Record:
TULSA — Charles Edward Aich, 54, of Tulsa died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010, in Tulsa. He was born Oct. 24, 1955, in Chandler, Okla. He was owner of City Wide Wrecker Service in Tulsa.

He is survived by his wife, Sandy; two sons, Rusty Aich and Rocky Pietrosky, both of Tulsa; his mother, Margaret Aich of Ozark; three sisters, Evelyn Long and Suellen Zapatka, both of Springfield, Mo., and Margaret Canady of Ozark; seven brothers, Leo, David and Ricky Aich, all of Muskogee, Okla., James and Joseph Aich, both of Ozark, Stephen Aich of Tulsa and John Aich of Sand Springs, Okla.; and several grandchildren.


Mandy Brooks said...

I just stumbled across this page, and you have his middle name wrong; its Donald. Thanks for the condolances we all appreciate it. He was a very loving person, and it is very shocking that it happened. We all miss him, and love him very much. Everyone that knew him, knew one of the best people that ever walked in this world! He was a loving devoted husband, father, and grandfather, even an uncle.
He loved his family more than words can say. He had a heart of gold, and gave more than anyone could ever give, and he gave more than just his attitude. He acted like a tough guy, but in reality he was a softy at heart!

Cyndi Kight, Associate Editor of Towing & Recovery Footnotes said...

Thanks for telling us a little more about him, Mandy.