Charles F.

Charles F. "Chuck" Colombino

June 19th, 1949 April 4th, 2020

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Obituary for Charles F. "Chuck" Colombino

Charles F. “Chuck” Colombino, 70, Melrose, MA died Saturday, April 4. He was born to the late Ralph Frank Colombino and Marilyn Doran Colombino in Passaic, NJ and was raised in Warwick, RI. He was graduated from Warwick Veterans Memorial High School in 1967 and went on to receive a BA from Boston College, an Ed.M. in Counseling in the Community from Salem State University, and an MBA from Boston University. His early career success as an outpatient counselor at Salem Hospital was matched, if not surpassed, by his later achievements in the computer industry as a software engineer and a technical project manager. Chuck was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, nephew, cousin, uncle, great uncle, friend, student, colleague, volunteer, and neighbor. To all who knew him he was a kind and gentle soul.

Chuck is survived by his wife, Carol A. Sardo; son Jason C. Colombino and wife Kerry, Danvers, MA and granddaughter Reese and grandson Ryan; son Michael J. Colombino, Los Angeles, CA; brother Ralph Colombino, San Diego, CA and wife Jane; sister Eileen Kelly, Cary, NC; brother Paul Colombino, South Kingstown, RI and wife Denise; predeceased sister Rose (Colombino) Waligowski and brother William Colombino; nephew Stephen Kelly, Freeport, ME and wife Jocelyn; niece Jessica Kelly, Cary, NC and husband David Garrigues; nephew Corey Colombino, Henderson, NV; nephew Casey Colombino, San Diego, CA; nephew Alex Colombino, San Francisco, CA; nephews Michael Colombino and Daniel Colombino; and former spouse Maureen Colombino. He also leaves a loving and caring extended family of cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, and his special four-legged companions Dora and Snowflake.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to one of the following: New England Donor Services, Waltham, MA; Care Dimensions, Danvers, MA; AANE, Watertown, MA.

No services will be held at this time due to health and safety restrictions. A memorial Mass and reception will be announced at a future date, when it is safe for all to gather to celebrate Chuck’s wonderful life.

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Sara Hill

I worked with Chuck for many years and will truly miss seeing him. I didn't work directly with him, but one thing I would like to share is that my kids would often visit the office and they would visit with Chuck every time. They were drawn to him and his gentle and kind demeanor. It brings a smile to my face thinking of him interacting with them. My sincerest condolences to his family and friends.
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Daniel Lamoureux

The first time I met Chuck was at his 65th birthday party in Melrose. It was always so clear that he was a kind, gentle man. I enjoyed and appreciated his sly and subtle sense of humor. I send my deepest condolences to Carol, who took such loving care of him throughout their years together, and to his children.
Comment | Posted at 12:53pm via Condolence

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