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Edward “Chuck” Charles Brzezinski

August 12, 1932 — April 29, 2023

Edward “Chuck” Charles Brzezinski

August 12, 1932 – April 29, 2023

We honor and celebrate the Inspiring Life of EDWARD “CHUCK” CHARLES BRZEZINSKI. Chuck will be cherished and remembered through the legacy of his family and friends.

A LIFE WELL LIVED

Edward “Chuck” Charles Brzezinski, 90, of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away peacefully at his home on April 29, 2023. Chuck was born on August 12, 1932 in Connecticut, joined the Air Force in 1950, married his wife Shirley in 1952. He was an electrician who owned his own business, “Breezy’s Electric” in Torrance, California for many years and also was an electrician for the City Of Inglewood.

Chuck loved his cowboy hat and boots; he was a true fan of John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Country-Westerns. He was an avid hunter, loved to go fishing with his granddaughters in South Carolina, and was a collector of all things. His love for his great-grandkids was infinite and he would never turn down a plate of French toast or a steak and baked potato.
He is survived by his son Edward “Chip” Charles Brzezinski, Jr.; his granddaughters, Keaira Huffman, Callie Smith, and Kenzie Crowe; and four great-grandchildren, Owen Jase, Nixon, Addilyn and Stella Morae. He is preceded in death by his wife, Shirley Brzezinski, and daughter, Cheryl Ann
Bray. A celebration of Life will be planned for later this summer. The Cowboy Rides Again.

Additionally, please feel free to sign the digital guest book below to leave a loving message or positive memory of Chuck with the family.

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