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Charles Logan Wilcox
May 2, 1945 ~ July 3, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Charles Logan Wilcox, 78, of Ipswich, MA. passed away on Monday, July 3rd, 2023. He was born in Colonial Heights, VA May 2nd, 1945.
After honorably serving in the Navy and traveling the world, he met Pam Howard, a nursing student at Deaconess Hospital while living in Boston.
They married and lived in Lynn, MA before moving to Ipswich in 1977 where they raised their four children Matthew Wilcox (Maria) from North Carolina, Rachael Wilcox from Los Gatos CA, Marcus Wilcox (Jennifer) from Newburyport MA and Ben Wilcox (Wendi) from Wenham.
Chuck was a mediator for the American Postal Workers Union working in New England, N.Y. and Washington D.C before his retirement in 2007. He was a member and former trustee of the First Church of Ipswich . He was a member of the Golden Fleece Masonic Lodge in Lynn and a veteran serving in the US Navy from 1963 – 1967 aboard the USS Springfield. He was a former member of Ipswich Music Art and Drama Association. He also volunteered on the HOA boards at his vacation homes in Wolfeboro, NH and Hobe Sound, FL, where he and his family enjoyed many happy years and made many wonderful friends.
He loved to host parties, travel and spend time with his friends and family, including 9 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his brother, Tommy Wilcox and his sister, Mary Helen Baxter.
Services will be held at the First Church in Ipswich, 1 Meetinghouse Green. With visiting hours from 10:00 -11:00 AM with services immediately to follow. Family & friends are invited to attend. Donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association (www.diabetes.org) or to Kaplan Hospice (www.giving.caredimensions.org)