Charles John Codignoni

Charles Codignoni
Charles Codignoni

Charles John Codignoni, 74, of Amarillo, TX passed away July 7, 2020.

Services will be at 11:30 A.M., Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at Grace Church with Scott Davey officiating. Private burial will be at Memory Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

Charles was born in Chicago, IL on March 8, 1946, to Marie and Frank Codignoni. He grew up in Chicago and later lived in Southern California. Charles moved to Amarillo in 2006. He worked for Backyard Adventures until his retirement. Charles was a cancer survivor.

Charles married Pamela “P.J.” in La Habra, CA on August 19, 1979.

Charles was a member of Grace Church.

Survivors include his wife, Pamela “P.J.” Codignoni; daughter, Connie Hilzendeger and husband Kurt, of Aberdeen, SD; sons, Joseph Giovannettone and wife Sandy, of Watertown, SD, and Daniel Konnecke and wife Judy, of California, and Chris Konnecke and wife Jolyn, of Amarillo; sister, Rose Kunz, of Las Vegas, NV; sixteen grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

The family will receive friends from 6:00 P.M.- 7:00 P.M., Monday, July 13, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

In lieu of flowers, the family request that memorial donations be made in Charles’ name to the Grace Church Benevolent Fund,

14 Replies to “Charles John Codignoni”

  1. We are so very sorry for your loss.
    Sending many prayers and much love your way during this difficult time.
    May he rest in peace.
    God bless you Pam.

  2. So sorry for your loss Pam. Love and prayers going up at this difficult time, miss you! Know that we are here for you if you need anything! Praying peace for you and all your family🙏🙏

  3. We are very sad for the loss of Chuck. He will be greatly missed. We’ll always have warm memories of his friendly smile and kind heart. We are sorry we couldn’t be there today but our thoughts and prayers are with all of his family.

  4. Uncle Chuck “Papa” was a shining star in our lives and we always loved his shine. He will be remembered beyond any kisses and shown to be truly missed. Papa who we knew, Papa who we loved, Papa Chuck grew to us. Our Uncle that we loved, Papa always knew how to be one of us. Our Uncle was the best beyond any of the rest. He was the best Uncle and friend to the end. Our Lord please bless Uncle Chuck because we all are a real mess and will never forget. Savior, Jesus Christ, we are sorry so please take him and dismiss any futile sins. Lord we pray. Lord please take Uncle Chuck to your arms. Papa would always walk, talk and give a stalk as he should because he could. We wish he still would wonder around us but know his spirit will. We will miss all his visits with meal packs of quarter snack bags. We love you always and forever Uncle Chuck. Until we meet again, we will never forget.

    Love Always,

    Mike, Rose & Jason

  5. PJ. We are sorry to hear about CJ. Are prayers are with you thru this difficult time. Bryant and Linda Will

  6. I am so thankful I can call this sweet man my friend. He and Pam always made our gatherings happy and fun. I will miss him, but know he is in heaven and what could be better?

  7. Our hearts and prayers go out to Chuck’s family in their loss of this wonderful guy. Although he and Pam have been gone from CA for quite a few years, we all remember his friendliness and love of laughter. Part of the “mustache group” in our Bible study, he had quite the bushy upper lip as I remember. Heaven just received a fantastic addition!

  8. Some of my best childhood memories was visiting Auntie Pam and Uncle Chuck. He was always funny. He was always there when a hug was needed, or a soda to be opened.
    He will always be in my heart.
    Love and prayers for my Auntie Pam and the family 🙏♥️

  9. Sorry for your loss. Joe &Connie’s lives were enriched by enjoying time with their father these last few years. May he rest in peace

  10. Very sad and sorry to hear about Uncle Chuck! He was the nicest and kindest person around. Always happy and loved life and was a great Uncle. Glad I got to talk to him the other day. He will be missed dearly, love you both!

  11. So sorry to hear about Chuck. We were friends since the sixth grade at Delano school in chicago. I will be praying for his family. I am glad I knew Chuck. He was one of my best friends.

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