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Employment History

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Vermont Street United Methodist Church


Co-Owner and President

Branch-Hess Vending Service


Hannibal High School


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Hannibal Courier-Post Obituary Charles Frederick King 10/15/04

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Other survivors include three children, Mark Gregory (Barbara) King of Stockton, Calif., Rev. Kelligay (Dan) King Crede of Champaign, Ill., and Matthew Charles (Aera) King of West Orange, N.J.; five grandchildren, Shirley Walters of Champaign, Ill., Bryant Crede of Moline, Ill., Caleb Crede of Champaign, Ill., and Anthony and Serena King, both of West Orange; and four great-grandchildren, Allison and Christina Walters and Mikala and Jalyssa Crede.Mr. King graduated from Hannibal High School in 1946, served in the U.S. Marine Corps and graduated from Coyne Electrical School in Chicago, Ill., in 1949.He resided in Quincy the majority of his life.He was an active member of Vermont Street United Methodist Church.He moved to Sun City West in 1993, following his retirement as co-owner and president of Branch-Hess Vending Service in Quincy from 1981 to 1993.Memorials may be made to Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, Vermont Street UMC, or donor's choice.


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