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Charles J. Deutscher
Charles J. Deutscher
Born: June 29, 1934
Resided: Olivet, South Dakota
Died: July 30, 2020
Age: 86

8/5/2020 Rhonda (Luikens) Isaak Scotland , SD
Hugs and prayers for comfort for all the family, Charlie will be missed in many ways as he left a mark on all of us with his with his smile and laugh!
8/4/2020 Judy Stratman (WNAX) St. Helena, Nebraska
Myrna and family,
My sympathy to all. I treasure a fond memory of interviewing "Chicken Foot" some years back and remember it like yesterday. He was hilarious and fun.....and ever so humble! May he rest in peace now....and God be with you all.
8/4/2020 David Mehlhaff Kansas City, Kansas
Myrna and kids.
The Deutscher family and Mehlhaff family go back a long way, spent many great times together. Charlie was a true cowboy, loyal friend and one of the biggest personalities I have ever been blessed to know. Our world is less colorful with him not in it, but I know he is in heaven riding herd and watching over us all.
Lifting each and every one of you up in prayer during this time of great loss.
8/4/2020 Cindy Newell Camp and Family CENTENNIAL, CO
Mryna and family,

Sending my deepest love and prayers over the loss of Uncle Charlie. I have so many fond memories of your farm and loved when he gave us rides on the horses during summer visits. I also loved watching him be a clown at the rodeo. His spirit will live on through all if you.
8/3/2020 Pamela (Olson) Humphrey Valdese, NC
Rest in peace Uncle Charlie. I'm sure the family is happy to see you.
8/3/2020 Kristine Olson Grand Junction, Colorado
Aunt Myrna I'm sorry for your loss uncle Charlie will be missed. I will miss the good times we had and his smile. Love to all the cousins.
8/3/2020 Mark & Cheryl Newell Aurora , Colorado
Aunt Myrna and cousins
Our condolences on your loss of your husband and father. I have fond memories of him clowning at the rodeo and riding the ponies as a child. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
8/3/2020 David & Bunny Eberhardt Olivet, SD
Thoughts and prayers to all the family. Charlie will be missed.
8/2/2020 Terese (Newell) Upton Parker, CO
Sending you all my deepest condolences and prayers. I hope you can find comfort in all your wonderful memories.
8/2/2020 Betty Newell Centennial, Colorado
Myrna and family,
My deepest sympathy for your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
8/2/2020 Tim & Cara Schaeffer Olivet, SD
So very sorry for your loss, he will definitely be missed!
8/2/2020 Tim and Roxane Alley Parkston , SD
Our prayers and condolences to all the family.
8/1/2020 Marj (Newell) Troxell Englewood, Colorado
Aunt Myrna and cousins, So sorry for your loss. I will never forget the great times we had at your farm, riding the horses, "picking pickles" and going to the rodeo to watch uncle Charlie Clown around. I looked forward to it every summer. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
8/1/2020 Cheryl Storrs San Diego, CA
Aunt Myrna, I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Charlie was a fun man who always welcomed us to your home, as a child and an adult. I can't believe we were just there for your 50th anniversary. Please know that we are praying for you for peace and strength for all of your precious family.
8/1/2020 Clem & Marcy Handcock Long Valley, SD
So sorry for your loss.
8/1/2020 Tricia (Newell) Carlton Orlando, Florida
To Aunt Myrna and cousins,
My deepest condolences for your loss. Uncle Charlie was always one of my favorite uncles. I loved going to South Dakota every summer as a child and couldn’t wait until we all got to ride the horses. One of my special memories was laying on that contraption to pick pickles. He will be missed.
8/1/2020 Karen & John Evenson Springfield, SD
Heaven just gained a great cowboy!
8/1/2020 Robert & Phyllis Goeken Scotland, SD
We extend our sympathy to your whole family. He will be missed.
7/31/2020 Gordy & Ruth Ann Christenson Flandreau, SD
Myrna, Kevin, Cindy & all the Deutscher family, you have our deepest sympathies. Charlie was quite a character. We enjoyed getting to know him when he’d come up to Flandreau, or at some of the dances we went to with Kevin & Cindy. He knew how to have a good time & we loved hearing his laugh. Although you are suffering now with his loss, remember that he’ll always be with you. He’s a part of you now & forever. Sending our hugs, thoughts & prayers.