Charles “Chuck” W. Lentz

Charles ‘Chuck’ W. Lentz, 56, passed on Monday, December 14, 2020, after a brave journey with cancer, surrounded by his beloved family in his home.

Chuck was born October 7, 1964 in Chelsea, MA. He attended school at Revere High School in Revere, MA. In his professional life, he dedicated his time working as a house manager for two families in Boston, MA, whom he loved and cared about deeply. He was very devoted to them and cherished their friendship.

Chuck was a very gentle, bright, and caring soul. Even though he was timid at times, he could make an entire room burst into laughter. He was so, so funny. His sense of humor was one of his best qualities and will be severely missed by his family and friends. Chuck spent his entire life thinking of others and always wanting to make everyone happy.

Chuck was the youngest brother in his family. Survived by Michael Lentz and wife Andrea Kuhn-Lentz of Tewksbury, and Patrick Lentz, of Revere. Additionally, Chuck was adored by his niece and nephews, Harleigh Lentz, Joshua Lentz, Brandon Lentz, and Tanner Lentz. Lastly, Chuck is survived by his great niece and great nephew, Jayla Lentz and Julian Lentz.

In honor of Chuck’s wishes, he did not want a public service. Chuck’s family will be celebrating and honoring his life privately. May he rest in the sweetest peace and may he be remembered as an amazing brother and uncle.

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3 Condolences

  1. Christopher Lentz on December 22, 2020 at 2:18 pm

    I will really miss you a lot Uncle Chuck , I love you so much , you were a great Uncle to me and my brother Michael Lentz RIP Forever

  2. Nina Lentz on December 24, 2020 at 8:20 pm

    The night shall be filled with music
    And the cares that infest the day,
    Shall fold their tents like Arabs
    And silently steal away…..Longfellow

    Chuck was an angelic soul, and I loved him like a brother. I pray he is at peace and we will meet again. I will forever carry you in my heart, Chuck, as will Chris and Michael. They love you so very much. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  3. Stephen Kuhn on March 4, 2022 at 10:48 am

    Chucky was a sensitive & funny guy.
    I wish everyone around, was as sensitive, funny & descent as him.

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