Charles I. Eakins, age 81, loving father and grandfather, passed away on Thursday, December 10, 2020 at the Tiffany Hall Nursing and Rehabilitation center in Port St. Lucie, Florida. He was born November 18, 1939 in Hillsboro, Ohio to the late Irvin and Marion Eakins.
Mr. Eakins served as an educator for over 50 years in Ohio and Florida as a teacher of Social Studies and History, as well as an Asst. Principal and Principal. He enjoyed many hobbies, traveling and collecting chief among them.
Charles is survived by his four children: son, Victor Eakins, of Ohio; son, Jonathan Eakins of Florida; daughter, Lela Eakins of Texas: daughter, Heather Eakins of Florida: and his granddaughter, Chelsey Eakins, of Ohio and his sister, Janet Dickinson, of North Carolina.
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