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Charles P. "Chuck" Kidney

November 27, 1955 ~ October 31, 2018 (age 62)

Charles P. "Chuck" Kidney age 62 of Coconut Creek FL, formerly of Harrison City died peacefully on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, with his beloved wife, Nancyrose Peduzzi, and family members at his side. Chuck was born in Pittsburgh the son of Charles C. Kidney of Greer, SC and Gloria (Marks) Beretta of Irwin.  Chuck was a 1973 graduate of Penn-Trafford High School, and received his Bachelor of Science degree from East Carolina University. Chuck spent his career in the fashion industry, and most recently was national sales manager for Curvy Couture, based in Los Angeles, CA.  Having gone to high school together in their senior year, Chuck and Nancyrose reconnected at their 40th reunion in 2013. Instantly, they knew they were in love and began to build a life together. Married on March 21, 2015, they were thrilled to return for their 45th reunion as husband and wife.  Chuck played baseball in high school and college and was an avid golfer. He embraced participation in his weekly golf league and especially Sunday afternoons golfing with the love of his life. Chuck was a volunteer with the Greater Fort Lauderdale Road Runners Club and was his wife’s biggest cheerleader.  Chuck is survived by his beloved wife of three years, Nancyrose Peduzzi. He is the loving father of (Charles) Nathaniel Kidney of Lakeland, Florida and Allison Yurkowitz of White Fish Bay, Wisconsin. Chuck is the dear brother of Rob Kidney and his wife Debbie of Warner Robins, Georgia, Carla Garbowsky of Irwin, PA, and John Beretta of North Huntingdon, PA. He is also the uncle of eight nieces and nephews.  Family and friends will be received on Tuesday from 2-4 & 6-8 PM in the John M. Dobrinick Funeral Home Inc., 702 7th St. (State Rt. 130) Trafford 412-372-3111.  Parting prayers will be at 9AM in the funeral home on Wednesday followed by a funeral Mass at 9:30 AM in the St. Regis Church, Trafford with Fr. David Nazimek as celebrant.  Interment will follow in the New St. Joseph Cemetery, N. Versailles.  Memorial donations may be made in Chuck's memory to a charity of your choice and will be sincerely appreciated.  

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