Charles Halsted

Charles G. "Chick" Halsted

Friday, May 23rd, 1941 - Monday, June 29th, 2020
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Obituary

Charles G. Halsted Jr., resident of Waynesboro, PA, died at his summer home on Upper Saranac Lake, NY on June 29, 2020.

Charles was born in Ossining, NY on May 23, 1941 and was the son of Charles G. Halsted Sr. and Berenice Halsted. He was 79 years old at the time of his death.

Charlie was predeceased by his father Charles G. Halsted Sr, his mother Berenice (Maneke) Halsted, and his sister Barbara Lynn Delorier. He was survived by his nieces and nephew Janice and son Dylan, Christine, and Daniel with wife Mary and children Brooke and Daniel Delorier. He was also survived by his close cousins Gregory Tuttle and Gail (Halsted)Howe and his brother in law David Delorier.

Charlie graduated Ossining High School in 1959. After High School, he attended the Maritime College at Fort Schuyler and graduated with a degree in Nuclear Science in 1963.

His career started with the Atomic Energy Commission, upon being hired he continued his education at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge Tennessee. From there he went to work at the AEC Field Office in New York City in 1963. In 1971, he transferred to Savannah River Plant in Aiken South Carolina and completed his career at the DOE Headquarters in Germantown, MD in 1994 as director of Facilities for Defense Material Productions.

Since retirement, Charlie spent his summers at upper Saranac Lake, a place where he and his family vacationed since the early 1950’s.

Funeral arrangements are in care of the Fortune-Keough Funeral Home in Saranac Lake. A celebration of life will take place at a later date. Family and friends wishing to remember Charles are asked to make donations to the Saint Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in care of the Fortune-Keough Funeral Home. Family and friends can share their memories and sign the online guest book at fortunekeoughfuneralhome.com.
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Ruth Weddle

Posted at 09:09am
Charlie Halsted was a good friend of mine. He was my boss when he came to work at the Department of Energy (DOE) in Germantown, Maryland. When the government offered a buyout in September 1994, Charlie and I took advantage of the opportunity to leave but that didn’t hinder our friendship. We continued to have lunch occasionally and talked by phone frequently. His death has upset set me. I miss you, Charlie. Love, Ruthie
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Mary Honkonen

Posted at 07:42pm
Dear Greg, I was sorry to hear of Charlies passing. We {my husband and I} had many good times with mhim here in Aiken. He was a fine man. Sincerely, Mary Honkonen
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Ralph Erickson

Posted at 06:35pm
I met Charlie many years ago - 1973 when I started work at SRP in Aiken SC. We carpooled for several years and spent some great times together as we lived in the same development (College Acres) in Aiken. He always was a guy you talk to about work related issues, provide advise on dealing with people and act as a sounding board for me. I will miss him greatly - RIP Charlie.
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Carly Thomas

Posted at 04:34pm
Charlie was a huge part of my life since before I could remember. My grandma and him were great friends and worked together at DOE up until their retirement. Once a month, he would take her out to lunch and I went with them from the time I was in a baby carrier all the way up to recent years. I loved listening to him talk and all of the stories that he had to tell. He always had advice and encouraging words to share. There wasn’t a sweeter man than Charlie. He never forgot about my birthday or the holidays, and always insisted that he had to send a card or a gift. I will miss sharing Mexican food and margaritas with him!
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Matthew Honkonen

Posted at 07:42am
Hawk was much more than a close friend, he was a part of our family. The nights when he stayed with us were filled with laughter and stories. Too many times to count, I recall waking up to go to the bathroom, as a kid, and hearing my dad and Charlies laughing well into the evening. Hawk always cared, he always had a story to tell you, and he had a way of keeping you focused on the present when he was with you.

Along with my parents, Hawk taught me a love and respect of boating and the water. Something I hope I'm passing on to my kids.

We'll miss him dearly, and are so thankful he was in our lives.
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