Charles W. Lake, 77, Riverside

Involved with Warren Rod and Gun Club, loved sailing

Posted 11/18/19

Charles W. " Chic" Lake, 77, of Riverside, died Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Hope Hospice in Providence. He was the husband of Mary (Carvalho) Lake.

Chic was born in Attleboro, Ma., a son of the …

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Charles W. Lake, 77, Riverside

Involved with Warren Rod and Gun Club, loved sailing

Posted

Charles W. " Chic" Lake, 77, of Riverside, died Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Hope Hospice in Providence. He was the husband of Mary (Carvalho) Lake.

Chic was born in Attleboro, Ma., a son of the late Charles and Charlotte(Wilmarth) Lake. He was a caster of precious metals and tool maker for the Herff-Jones Company.

Chic had lived in Riverside for over 47 years, coming from Attleboro. He was the "House Captain" for many years at the East Warren Rod and Gun Club. Chic also enjoyed racing sailboats and sailing.

Besides his wife, he is survived by his daughters Alison Brown of Warren, Heather Lake of Plainville, MA., and Caitlin Harrison of Plainville, MA.; his cousins, Robert Ashton and Sue Swanson; and he was the grandfather of Mae Brown, Summer Harrison and Michael Harrison.

Arrangements by Smith Funeral and Memorial Services in Warren.

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