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Carlos E. Welch 1939-2024

Mr. Carlos E. Welch, 84, formerly of Waynesboro, PA, passed away Monday, June 17, 2024.

Carlos E. Welch
Carlos E. Welch

Born September 4, 1939 in West Virginia, he was the son of the late Mahion N. Welch and Delcie Lovejoy.

He and his wife, the late Mrs. Nancy (Bricker) Welch, were married in 1975. They were together for 39 years when she passed away January 19, 2015.

Mr. Welch was employed by Mack Truck, Frick Company and Rotorex.

He is survived by three children, Tina Welch, Glenn Welch and Teresa Welch; three step-children, Kassie Harmon, Robert Rush and Larry Rush; as well as a number of step- grandchildren, great-grandchildren and a host of extended family and friends.

In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Donna Welch.

Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m., Monday, July 8, 2024 in Mount Zion Cemetery, near Quincy, PA.

Arrangements are by Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, Waynesboro.


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