Charles Buchanan
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Charles William Buchanan, age 90, of Beaver Falls, died on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at the Southwestern Veterans Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Born on April 26, 1929  in Beaver Falls, he was the son of the late Herbert and Mary Buchanan. Charles served in the US Army during WWII.


He is survived by two daughters, Adrian Y. Tinsley, and Lisa M. Frazier; four grandchildren, Blaine Cleckley, CDR-USN: Janiese Feanny Cleckley, Eric Mason, Brice Tinsley; four great grandchildren, Nesa Cleckley, Chace Cleckley, Pharoah Jackson, Lyric Mason; one great great grandchild, Jade Walker; nephew, Judge Deane (Louise) Buchanan; niece, Renee Buchanan and a host of nieces and nephews.


In addition to his parents and his wife, Mary Jane (Smith) Buchanan, he is preceded in death by a sister Betty, a brother Herbert, a daughter Geraldine Gardener Cleckley, and a nephew Jerry Ingram


Family and friends are welcome for visitation Friday, July 19 from 2-4PM in the A. D. Campbell Funeral Home, Inc. 1326 8th Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA 15010


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