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NORTH LIMA There will be a funeral service at noon on Sunday at the Fox Funeral Home for Charles Henry Billock, 84, who passed away Tuesday evening at Hospice House.
Charles was born June 15, 1928, in Youngstown, the son of John Nicholas Billock and Mary Elizabeth Bates Lewis Billock.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Mary Ann Kingure Billock; four sisters, Irene Moyes, Cecelia Ernst, Rosalia Craig, and Edith Moore; nine brothers, John, Felix, Lloyd, Francis, Nicholas, Philip, Frederick, Raymond and Richard Billock; and three daughters, Mary Ann, Nancy and Susan Billock.
He is survived by one daughter, Beverly (Robert) Hobart of Poland; seven sons, Charles (Theresa), and David (Wendy) of Poland, Stephen (Mary Ann) of Glen Burnie, Md., Thomas (Laura) of Boardman, Randall of Phoenix, Daniel (Kyla) of Campbell, and William (Heather) of Pahoa, Hawaii; 13 grandchildren, Robert Hobart of Reynoldsburg, Jeffrey (Maranda) Hobart of Struthers, Kaitlin and Charles Billock of Poland, Christine Billock of Niles, Nanci (Richard) Susner of Edgewood, Ky., David (Sharon) Billock of Cleveland, Allison (John) Riendeau of Atlanta, Brian Billock of Baltimore, Carla Billock of Glen Burnie, Dana Billock of Carrboro, N.C., Margaret Billock of Valencia, Pa., and Nicholas Billock of New Galilee, Pa.; four great-grandchildren, Tyler Hobart, Logan Hobart, Aidan Susner and Valerie Susner; and one sister, Mary Lyda of Petersburgh.
He was the owner of Billock Construction Company for many years, specializing in additions and remodeling.
He coached Little League Baseball in the Springfield Township Baseball Association for many years, and also served as league president. He was then selected to be the District Administrator for Little League Baseball, presiding over local tournaments and attending the Little League World Series many times. He also sponsored and bowled on the Billock Construction team in the Boardman Businessmens League at Boardman Lanes for many years.
Chuck was also active in the Challenger Baseball League and was a volunteer for Hospice of the Valley.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today or from 11 a.m to noon on Sunday at the Fox Funeral Home in Boardman.
His family would like any memorial donations to be made in Charles name to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market St., Boardman, OH 44512.
Family and friends may visit www.foxfuneralhome.org to view this obituary and send condolences.