Charlie Victor Wojcik, 89, of Milford, passed away peacefully Friday morning, December 1, 2017, at Cincinnati Hospice, Blue Ash. He was born October 12, 1928, in Jefferson, Ashtabula County, Ohio, the son of Vincent and Carrie (Janick) Wojcik.
Mr. Wojcik served as a radio operator as a corporal in the Army in the Panama Canal Zone from 1946-1949. A proud graduate of the Ohio State University, for thirty years Mr. Wojcik taught science and math in Ashtabula, Convoy, and Indian Hill Exempted Schools. A man of many talents, Mr. Wojcik was well-known for repairing engines, raising the roof on his home and other additions and repairs, and photographing community and family events. Mr. Wojcik loved all kinds of games from croquet to softball often hosting neighborhood children for softball, tetherball, volleyball, or badminton games. Because of his love for and involvement in the game, a ball field at Lake Lorelei was named after him and a colleague.
Mr. Wojcik is survived by his wife, Kathryn Ann (Mace) Wojcik who he married on August 28, 1954 in Spencerville, Ohio, his children Dawn Wojcik, Amy (Wojcik) Cross, Victor Wojcik, and Inas (Wojcik) Mrabet, his son-in-law Otmane Mrabet, his grandchildren, Krizinne Cross, (her partner, Jerod Jardine), Ronald Cross, and Omar Mrabet, and his great-grandchildren Colten Jardine and Jasper Jardine.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Wojcik is preceded in death by his sisters Jesse Brocklehurst, Judy (Julia) Mescall, Sophia DiCarlo, and his brothers John Wojcik, Walter Wojcik, Stanley Wojcik, and Ted Wojcik.
A service will be held later at the convenience of the family.
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