Charles W. Neihoff,  Jr. Monroe, Michigan Obituary

Charles W. Neihoff, Jr.

Born in Detroit, Charles was the son of Charles and Mary (Brock) Neihoff. He married Kathy Maliszewski who sadly preceded him in death in 2010. Charles last worked for Mercy-Memorial Hospital as a Switchboard Operator. A veteran of the United States Air Force, he served with the Military Police. Charles volunteered for the Veteran's Administration. He was an avid gun collector and loved music, especially Rock and Roll. Charles leaves to cherish his memory his daughters: Jennifer (Jeriel) Schenck of Garden City and Melissa Neihoff of Liberty, South Carolina; grandchildren: Aiden Jariett and Carly Jariett; a step grandson: Christian Schenck; as well as his sisters: Vivian Scholma of Hudson, Florida, Rebecca (Jeffrey) Christman of Ludington and Pamela (Milton) Nivala of Canton. In addition to his wife and parents, Charles was preceded in death by a sister Elizabeth Neihoff. In accordance with Charles's wishes, cremation is taking place under the direction of the Allore Chapel-Martenson Family of Funeral Homes.
August 12, 1960 - November 11, 201508/12/196011/11/2015
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Born in Detroit, Charles was the son of Charles and Mary (Brock) Neihoff. He married Kathy Maliszewski who sadly preceded him in death in 2010. Charles last worked for Mercy-Memorial Hospital as a Switchboard Operator. A veteran of the United States Air Force, he served with the Military Police. Charles volunteered for the Veteran's Administration. He was an avid gun collector and loved music, especially Rock and Roll. Charles leaves to cherish his memory his daughters: Jennifer (Jeriel) Schenck of Garden City and Melissa Neihoff of Liberty, South Carolina; grandchildren: Aiden Jariett and Carly Jariett; a step grandson: Christian Schenck; as well as his sisters: Vivian Scholma of Hudson, Florida, Rebecca (Jeffrey) Christman of Ludington and Pamela (Milton) Nivala of Canton. In addition to his wife and parents, Charles was preceded in death by a sister Elizabeth Neihoff. In accordance with Charles's wishes, cremation is taking place under the direction of the Allore Chapel-Martenson Family of Funeral Homes.

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Monday, November 16 2015
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Military Honors
Monday, November 16 2015
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