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Charles Lee Roethemeyer

Charles Lee Roethemeyer

Charles Lee (Chuck) Roethemeyer, age 68, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana on Sunday, March 12, 2023 with family & friends by his side. He was born in Centralia IL. on January 5, 1955, the son of the late Raymond & Lula Roethemeyer of Hoyleton, IL .

He married Patricia Voelkel of Nashville IL, (which they later divorced). He then married Dawn (Andrews) Roethemeyer of which Dawn proceeded him in death.

Chuck is survived by his daughter Haley Roethemeyer of Indianapolis, IN., a son Jesse Roethemeyer of Phoenix AZ, & a son John Paul of New York. Three siblings: Larry (Karlyne) Roethemeyer, Connie (Darrel) Holle, Linda (Mike) York all of Hoyleton, IL., & brother-in-law Larry Fark of Centralia, IL. Also numerous Nieces, Nephews & Great Nieces & Nephews. Chuck also, had a multitude of friends of all who will miss him greatly.

Chuck was proceeded in death by his wife Dawn, his parents  Ray & Lula Roethemeyer,

Sister Jean Fark, & Nephew Tony Rinne.

Chuck always had a smile on his face & never knew a stranger. He worked in his early days for the railroad & was a Supervisor for the US Postal Service. Chuck was an antique & vintage car enthusiast.

After moving to Phoenix, AZ, he was hired at a vintage car dealership selling & repairing vintage cars, of which was his passion. Several years ago, after

moving to Indianapolis to live with his daughter, Chuck applied for & got a job as member of the support staff at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway helping fans of the Speedway to navigate the grounds & help make their experience a memorable one. He truly loved this job there which allowed him to co-mingle with team drivers, mechanics, fans, & team owners.

He was a natural friend with everyone he met. He will be

greatly missed by everyone that knew him.

    Per Chuck’s wishes, Cremation will be performed & as of now, no celebration of life is planned.

1 Comment

  1. Anonymous on March 29, 2023 at 5:46 pm

    Truly a wonderful person who missed by many

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