Charles Brewer – 12-29-2020

Welcome to the
memorial page for 

Charles I. Brewer

November 10, 1933
~ December 22, 2020

OBITUARY

SERVICE DETAILS

VISITATION - Tuesday 12-29- 2020
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
10:00AM-11:00AM

FUNERAL SERVICE - Tuesday 12-29-2020 
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
11:00AM
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ENTOMBMENT 
Woodbine Cemetery & Mausoleum
14 Maple Ave.
Oceanport, NJ

Charles Inman Brewer 87, born November 10, 1933 to the late Ruth and Ben T. Brewer in Hartwell, Georgia.  He attended Hart County Training School and from there he enlisted in the United States Army.  He served three years and while serving he married his high school sweetheart Dorothy Cleveland; from this union they had two sons Charles M. and Stevie A. Brewer.

Charles relocated to Long Branch, NJ in January 1958.  He owned and operated Charlie Brewer Diner, Long Branch, then went to Northern State Prison, as a Food Instructor and worked there for 17 years then retired because of health issues.

Charles enjoyed going food shopping at Shop-Rite, making new friends, getting together with his friends, but most of all giving wise advice to family and friends.

He leaves to cherish his fondest memories his wife of 64 years Dorothy, 2 sons Charles M. (Dot) and Stevie A. "Ali" Brewer all of Long Branch; grandchildren Monique Dennis, Asbury Park, Keyta Wade, Long Branch and Ikee Redding, Asbury Park; great-grandchildren Tariq, Rahasia, Arabia and Michael; great-great grandchildren Carter and Royale; two special nieces Peggy Brewer, Atlanta, GA and Robbie Lewis, South Carolina; special cousin Harold Hunt, Colorado, Edie E. Fuller, Willingboro, NJ; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends as well as close friend Carl - shop-rite buddy.

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One thought on “Charles Brewer – 12-29-2020

  1. Don Griffiths says:

    Dottie and family. I always think about all of you, especially Stevie who would come to my office so I could help with his Arithmetic.
    Great times at your eatery and having chats with Rev. C.P.illiams. Teasing Doris with her wig too. My love to you all during this time of loss.
    Son (Griffiths). Don_Griffiths@yahoo.com

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