In Memory

Charles Molinaro

Charles Molinaro

Charles Molinaro


LAS VEGAS, NV - Charles Molinaro, 78, formerly of Kenosha, WI passed away in Las Vegas, NV on May 9, 2021 following a short and graceful battle with cancer.

Born September 6, 1942 in Lago, Italy to Antonio and Isolina (Muto) Molinaro. Charlie resided in Kenosha, WI until he retired in 1995 to Las Vegas, NV.

On November 11, 2011 he was united in marriage to Nancy McCarvel in Las Vegas, NV.

Throughout the years he had many business ventures including a restaurant, grocery store and vending company.

Charlie enjoyed practicing karate, as well as playing bocce ball, bingo and cards. He also enjoyed time with his friends, family and manicuring his lawn.

Surviving Charlie are his wife, Nancy Molinaro; children: Marlin (Melody) Molinaro of Henderson, NV, Lex (Krissy) Molinaro of Kenosha, WI, Kenny Molinaro of Cookeville, TN and Anthony Molinaro of Las Vegas, NV. Two step children: Steven Osness and Crystal McCarvel of Las Vegas, NV. Six grandchildren: Ammy, Andrea, Robby, Braxton, Nick and Dexter Molinaro; six great grandchildren and five step grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, one sister and Thelma Molinaro (mother to his children).

A Celebration of Life service was held in Las Vegas, NV on May 28, 2021. Graveside service will be at St. George Cemetary in Kenosha, WI on June 4, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to your local hospice in his memory.










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06/02/21 11:24 AM #1    

Larry Sommers

Sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. He came to Bradford straight from Italy. My most distinct memory of him was wrestling with him in Coach Mc Cullough's gym class. He was slight of build, but incredibly fast and strong. I could never even sit through. RIP.

06/02/21 03:24 PM #2    

John Bilotti

I met Charlie when he came from Italy and we were in 8th grade at McKinley Jr. High together.  With my broken Italian we could communicate pretty well and became friends quickly.  I was very sad to read of his passing as we had known each other for such a long time.  I saw him last (I think) at the funeral for his first wife or posibly one of the latest class reunions.  He was a great guy and I miss him very much!  May he rest in peace.

06/03/21 01:58 PM #3    

Michael Moran

I remember in gym class in the wrestling part coach would always pair Charlie and me up for lesdons and matches what a mutt and jeff combo. Everytime I ran into Charlie he would bring that up. Always liked him! RIP Charlie!

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