Show you care. Send flowers
Charles C Wilkey

Charles C Wilkey

February 1, 1964 - October 18, 2019

Charles C Wilkey, 55, of Fairview Park, Oh, passed away on 10-18-2019. A much loved brother, son and Uncle, he was born to parents Charlene Sprankel and Everett Leon Wilkey, on 02-01-1964 in Green, Oh. <br /> <br /> Chuck battled health issues most of his life from a pituitary tumor and finally succumbed to kidney failure following complications from the removal of his pancreas and gallbladder due to a condition that would have led to pancreatic cancer. <br /> <br /> Chuck was a music lover and spent his happiest years as a recording engineer at Harvest Recording Studio where he also lived beneath the studio in the barn in Streetsboro, Oh. When his hearing declined he adapted by creating Red Barn Graphics to serve the visual art needs of studio patrons. <br /> <br /> He excelled in art, music, photography, and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. <br /> <br /> Charles is survived by Charlene Sprankel, Mother, Siblings Jeffrey Wilkey (Michalene), Melanie Doyle, Steven Sprankel (Ashley), Brian Wilkey, Benjamin Wilkey, Tara Cardona (Angel) Nieces and Nephews Tara Leann,Tyler Joseph, Sean, Kaylee, Katerina, Henry and Winnie. <br /> <br /> He was preceded in death by Everett Leon Wilkey, Father. <br /> <br /> A brief Memorial service followed by a celebration of life is scheduled for 2pm Saturday, November 2, 2019 at The Winchester Music Tavern 12112 Madison Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107. Tamar Gray will officiate. <br /> <br /> In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to the family for Chuck's final arrangements, which must be paid in full prior to interment. To share condolences online, visit Charles's obituary on

Services by
Services by
Malloy-Esposito Crematory & Funeral Home

1575 West 117th St., Cleveland, OH

Show you care

Send flowers
in memory of Charles

Send flowers

Memories & Condolences

Share a special memory or message of condolence

Leave a message of condolence or share photos of special memory to show you’re thinking of them.


    Be the first to share a memory or condolence.