Chuck Meigs, of Cortland Ohio, passed away on 3/8/23 at his Sebastian FL residence with his wife and friends by his side. He was born in Youngstown, Ohio with recent residence in Cortland and Southington, OH. He was married to his long-time sweetheart of 34 years; Carol Nicula-Meigs.
Chuck worked in many different industries ranging from flight instructor to construction. Chuck ran businesses such as Chuck’s Howland Exxon service station for many years and then Meigs Air Service flight school out of Warren Airport where he housed several of his airplanes including his Cessna 172 and his beloved Cessna 310. He will be remembered by many as “MacGyver” for so many relying on him fixing or helping on anything from cars to furnaces.
He is predeceased by his daughter Pamela Meigs and parents Walter and Edith Meigs.
He is survived by his spouse Carol; children Charlie (Jackie) Rehburg, Faye Scott (Mike Watson), Brian (Sheila) Rehburg and Chris (Missy) Nicula; grandchildren Michael (Jannell) Pflager, Nathanael (Nadia) Rehburg, Chad (Melissa) Rehburg, Megan (Dave) Tolley, Melanie Eash, Jason (Stephanie) McKelvey, Jamie (Josh) Fisher, Tylor Rehburg, Alex Rehburg, Seth Scott, Addison Nicula, Amelia Nicula, and many great grandchildren; and brother Ken Meigs.
Cremation has taken place. Per his request, there will be no services.
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March 13, 2023, 3:18 pm
I will miss my very dear friend and flight instructor. We not only shared the love of flying, but shared the same exact birthday.
March 13, 2023, 4:02 pm
I am so sorry for your loss he was a great man and will be missed alot prayers for you and your family
March 13, 2023, 5:23 pm
Chuck was a dear friend and confidant for many years. I honestly believe that he could fix anything, especially his beloved airplanes. Chuck was responsible for our move to Florida and the many wonderful things that has brought. Losing you has left a hole in our hearts almost as big as the blessing of knowing you. Rest in peace my friend.
Gary Stephen Peigowski
March 16, 2023, 4:08 pm
We are sorry for your loss. Chuck was a wonderful person. May God pour out His peace upon you.