Charles Franklin Sanders

Charles Franklin Sanders

December 22, 1931 - November 29, 2008

Charles Franklin Sanders

December 22, 1931 - November 29, 2008


Charles F. Sanders, 76, born 12/22/31 Louisville, KY; died 11/29/08 Laguna Niguel, CA. BS, MA degrees from University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, PhD degree from University of Southern California. Chemical engineer with Esso Research & Engineering, Linden, NJ; professor of engineering at San Fernando Valley State College, later Dean of the School of Engineering & Computer Science at California State University, Northridge formerly SFVSC and in retirement a private consultant. He is survived by his wife, Marie; daughter, Karen Matthew Parks; sons, Craig Caroline Sanders and Keith Linda Sanders; sister-in-law, Mary Sanders; sister-in-law, Carol James Egan; grandchildren, Kirk, Shawna, Marissa Sanders; Sam and Teddy Parks. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, 12/06/08 at 12:00 pm at St. Timothy Catholic Church, Laguna Niguel, CA. Burial will be Monday, 12/08/08 at 11:30 am at Riverside National Cemetery. Donations to in lieu of flowers, please.

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10 responses to Charles Franklin Sanders

  1. Dear Marie:

    We are so sorry about Charlie’s passing and we will be at the mass on Saturday.

    Love you,
    Debbie and Norm

  2. to my family iam so sad about this tragedy but i know he was healed by the man we refer as God and he is with us and free to walk around as he deserves as he is now at peace and in my prayers everyday and he once told me to ” never give up no matter what and one day i will go far” and i will always rember that mom u are an angel dont forget it love Keith

  3. Dear Marie:
    We offer you our sincere condolences. At the same time, we were remembering all the good times we had together, specially the first party at your home in the Fall of 1974. And all the bridge games we played together.
    We will pray that God may give you peace and strength. We will give you a hug on Saturday.
    Gita and Harish

  4. Marie,
    Our prayers are always with you and we pray that you will find understanding, comfort and peace in the will of Christ. You are a true blessing to our Catholic community.
    Bill and Denise Kinsey

  5. He was a good man and he taught me much about how to be both a better person and a better professional. I remain in his debt and share a sense of loss at is passing. Sincere condolences. David Schwartz

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