Kenneth Raymond Charron, JR, 60 of Lithonia, GA died this past Sunday October 21st. A loving husband, he was an ASE Certified Technician for 35 years who passionately enjoyed cooking for his family and friends. Survived by his wife, Mila Ruth Charron, Lithonia; children Austin K Charron, Lithonia, Lindsay Cusatis, Bear DE, & Kenneth Raymond Grant, Marietta; siblings: Kevin & Pam Charron, Rex, Keith & Stella Charron, Stockbridge, Michelle & Mark Mascara, Peachtree City; grandchildren Jameson Grant, Marietta. Memorial to be held at his family home in Lithonia, GA.
You were an amazing man, a loving husband and the center of my world. You blew me away with your kindness and generous nature.
I take solace in the fact that He spared you pain and suffering. Oh my love, I can’t even fathom a world without you in it … I am overwhelmed with the gaping hole that now exists in my heart. 💔😭
I will love you always.
Ruthie and Austin, we are so very sorry to hear if Ken’s passing. He was a wonderful man, husband, and father and definitely a great cook. I remember my first taste of turducken being at your place on Thanksgiving.
We continue to pray for peace during this difficult time. We love you! God Bless!
In loving memory
Thinking of you during this difficult time.
I know your pain and am so sad you have to go through this. If you need a place to come for a while to heal you can come here. I will listen and help you any way I can
Love and prayers are with you and your family. I can’t imagine what you are going through. So very sorry for your loss.
We spent a lot of time together when we were young at clam boils. Continue that trend above. I’m sure you will have a blast. Miss you cousin but have the memories.
Fly free Ken
My family lived in Swansea, too, when my cousin, Kenny, was born. I was only a kid, 6 years old, but stillx remember all the excitement surrounding his birth, as he was the first born to Uncle Ken Sr. and Aunt Gloria. Kenny was a caring father, a giving brother, and loving husband to his dear Mila. In true Charron form, he loved to cook and did it well — so perhaps bringing family to the table was Kenny’s best way to express his love and gratitude to his loved ones. He even planned a grand Thanksgiving gathering at his house this year. He had been feeling better!
The infamous Rat Pack must have been there to greet you in Heaven, Kenny…your Dad Ken, your Uncle Norm, and your Uncle Leo, among others.
You left your mortal family and friends all too soon, dear cousin, but you’re now in good and loving hands; that we are assured.
we remember Kenny well, he spent a great deal of time with us here in Duxbury Ma. We fished, played ball and ran around the town and sea shore, dug quahogs which we took home to his Dad who was expert on clambakes on the beach. When Kenny joined the Navy he appeared on our door step with a borrowed motorcycle which he dove here from Virgina. One of the most memorable things that my wife and mom and cousin Irene will never forget about Kenny was the time when they traveled to Italy to visit family there and while all sitting around dinner table there was knock on the door and in walked Kenny all dressed in his navy uniform. From what my wife reported all present could not believe this kid found his way to there home in Rome.They all jumped up from the table and once the italians found out who he was they hugged and kissed him and just hug onto him. His ship came into port in Naples which is some distance from Rome. Even today my wife and cousins when all together will talk about Kenny and his visit to family in Rome. We will always remember you Kenny. Uncle Ace and Aunt Dilla Battista.
Keeping Mila and your entire family in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Ken.
My deepest condolences my dear friend. I loved hearing all the wonderful dishes Ken would make for you. Made me extremely jealous (smile). My and John’s thoughts and prayers are with you always. Be at peace knowing God’s loving hands are around him and he will be with you always.
I wish you strength and courage as you grieve your tremendous loss, and may you find peace and consolation in all the wonderful memories.
Thinking of you and your family with deepest sympathy. In friendship,
We are so sorry for your loss, Mila and Austin. Our thoughts and prayers are wirh you. Please remember, we’re only a phone call away if there is anything we can do for you.
Sam and Ryan
To boldly go……thunder buddies for life…. Ken
Prayers for Kens wife and family.
Always Remember You From Roller Rink Days 😊
Our son’s birthday was last week, thinking about how proud you would be of the man he has become.