Charlie passed away at Victoria General on April 13th, 2021 at the age of 94, after suffering another stroke. He was born in Elfros, Saskatchewan to Edward James and Elsie Attfield. He was predeceased by his parents and two of his brothers. He is survived by his wife June, son, Edward (Kate), daughter, Lee (Bill), 3 grandsons, one great-grandson and one brother. He joined the RCAF in 1947 as an Avionics Technician and retired in Comox in 1978.
He enjoyed lawn bowling, curling and taking cruises. He built his model train layouts larger over the years as we moved.

There will not be a service as per his wishes. Donations may be made to
Veterans Broadmead Care, specify  Veterans Health
Condolences can be expressed to the family below.
McCall Gardens

  • Don and Oanh Attfield

    We are sorry for your loss. Uncle Charlie was a spark, and always up for good joke, laugh and a brew. Even last we spoke his humour shone. He is shared in our memories, our family clelbrations,and even camping. I wish you and family the best.


  • Jane and Bob Seright

    Dear June,
    We will always have such fond memories of getting together with you and Charlie. We were continually impressed by his train layouts and his talent for building things – there was always something special. He will be missed. You are in our thoughts and hearts.

  • Joan Brooks and Keith Cameron

    Charlie had a great life and was such a gentleman. It was a pleasure sharing time with you both many happy memories. Thinking of you June

  • Ian and Janice

    Our sincere condolences on Charlie’s passing. He will be greatly missed by you, your family, and all who knew him. Praise the Lord for all the good years you had together. We will never forget all the good times we had with him whenever we were able to get together. We love you June.

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