Charles Henry Page

September 30, 1932 - March 28, 2012
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Charles Henry Page 79 of Ludlow died in the care and comfort of his home surrounded by his loving family. Born in the Three Rivers Village of Palmer, MA, September 30, 1932, son of the late Henry and Anna (Bleau) Page. He was employed as an oil burner technician for the former Bolduc Fuel for many years before he became the owner of Indian Orchard Fuel. Henry also was a Sgt. with the Auxiliary Unit of the Springfield Police Department. He then transferred to the Seasonal Unit in the West Springfield Police Department from where he retired. He also worked Security at the Big E for over 30 years. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Ludlow Kiwanis Club. he truly enjoyed traveling and his favorite vacation spot was Aruba. He is survived by his wife Carol (LaFlamme) Libiszewski Page. his children, Estelle Valois and her husband Ronald, Patricia Lord and her husband Philip, Deborah Fausel and her husband Thomas, Joseph, Guy, and Kim Libiszewski, and Lynn Torrey. Grandfather of Brian, Ann Marie Mongeon, Timothy, Kaylee, Heather, Jimmy, Cara, Kyler, Robert, Keean, and Jessica. Great-grandfather of Nathan, Makenzie, Matthew, Devon, James Jr. and his special birthday buddy, Lynsey. Also survived by extended family members and friends. He was predeceased by a sister Doris Pereira.

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Funeral services celebrating his life will be Saturday, March 31 with family and friends gathering at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home at 8:45 AM followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial in Christ the King Church 41 Warsaw Avenue Ludlow at 10 AM. Rites of Committal will follow in St. Aloysius Cemetery. -8 PM.

St. Aloysius Cemetery
1273 Berkshire Avenue
Indian Orchard, MA 1151

Christ the King Catholic Church
41 Warsaw Avenue
Ludlow, MA 1056


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Born: September 30, 1932
Died: March 28, 2012

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Thomas Cookerly posted on 1/1/15

What a great guy and what a great life! Tom and Mary Ann


Margarita Ortiz posted on 1/1/15

The Bowen Branch would like to send deepest condolences to the family of an outstanding man who dedicated his time and efforts in helping others in need.


Merry Lynn (McConkie) Marcucci posted on 1/1/15

To my dear father who named me! You are one of the all time greats! Love from your daughter, Merry


Tom and Linda Hubbard posted on 1/1/15

Jo , Our deepest sympathy is with you. WE love you and Rick. Linda and Tom


Bruce and Sharon posted on 1/1/15

Rick will be missed.


Chris Clarey posted on 1/1/15

“Dad” McConkie , father of my dearest friend, Claudia -an amazing, endearing individual who could ride a Unicycle and whose wit and intelligence made all our conversations fun. A truly remarkable, memorable Dad who raised 3 wonderful adults and, of course, he chose a unique and wonderful “Mom” to take the journey with (although I never saw her on the unicycle!). An inspirational soul.


Paco Moore posted on 1/1/15

Rick's voice was always the sound of summer and of fun to me as I was growing up. He gave to me and my brother a love of sailing that we share to this day. My Father (Don) always brightened at the thought of seeing his cousin Rick, and treasured their friendship.


Lane Moore posted on 1/1/15

I shall always remember Rick for his unfailing kindness and good humor. He was my brother Don's close friend and his golfing buddy since they were children.


M, Keith Moore posted on 1/1/15

Rick was my beloved uncle. I will miss his laugh and dry wit every time I am on a golf course or at the Fife Lake cottage. I know that he knew how much Don Moore and the entire Moore family thought of him from Don and Rick's childhood days all the way until December 21, 2006. Love forever, Jo and family. - Keith Moore


Bob, Joyce and Ben posted on 1/1/15

Sadly missed by the three bears.


Deborah Washington posted on 1/1/15

Mr. McConkie was a very special person to me and to Pro-Literacy Detroit. We will miss him, dearly and may God continue to bless his family. Sincerely, Deborah Washington and the Board of Directors, Staff, and Friends of Pro-Literacy Detroit