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Charles George Naccarato, 73, died November 9, 1994, at St. Luke’s Extended Care in Spokane, Washington.
Charlie was born on May 30, 1921, at Priest River, Idaho, to George and Carmella (Alessio) Naccarato.
He lived on his Settlement farm all of his life until moving to Spokane to live at St. Luke’s in 1990.
He worked in the lumber industry all of his working career, retiring from the Louisiana Pacific sawmill in 1976.
Survivors include two daughters, Kris Price of Fairborn, Ohio, and Gina Naccarato, Missoula, Montana; two sons, Kurt Naccarato of Libby, Montana, and Matt Naccarato of Spokane WA.; two sisters, Grace Stratton of Newport and Jennie Veltri of Spokane and four grandchildren, Desiree, Tony, Autumn, and Mattie.
Charlies was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Tony Naccarato.
Funeral prayer services were held at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church in Priest River on Monday, Nov. 14, 1994.
A private burial followed at the Evergreen Cemetery. Arrangements were by Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home, Newport, Wash.
Priest River Times, November 16, 1994