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WRIGHT, Charles Geber  - On Sunday, February 4 a remarkable human passed, David “Charles” Wright, a young 55 year old, loved by so many and so thankful for his life.

Born in Durban, South Africa, Charles landed in Ontario, Canada in the 1980s.

It’s here where he created his family.
Charles was as big as life itself and enjoyed it immensely.

That cannot be accomplished without thanking the many who contributed to his robust life.

Topping the list is family and close friends. The most important to him, his daughters Christi and Niki, unconditionally loved, so special and adored and nothing more dearer to him. Charles is survived by his mother Sarah Wright, brother Barney Wright, sister-in-law Anne Wright, niece Camille Wright, brother-in-law John Burinski, sister-in-law Debbie Burinski and nephew Connor Burinski, father and mother-in-law Eddie and Francis Burinski and Geri Burinski.

A talented heating & cooling mechanic, building his own business Improvair, Charles created long lasting relationships with what we would refer to as clients, but for him most were more like his friends and some considered his extended family.

He enjoyed spending his weekends up at the cottage, always keeping busy with many projects and met many lifelong friends.
He was an amazing man that touched everyone’s lives with laughter and positivity and created meaningful memories everywhere he went. Charles would say he had a full, wonderful life and he was happy.

Charles will be sadly missed by his family and many close friends.

At his request no funeral services were held.

If desired, donations can be made to Princess Margaret Hospital in honour of “Charles”.

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