Charles “Chuck” S. Iddings

Chester, SD
February 15, 2023
Charles “Chuck” S. Iddings, 88, of Chester, passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2023 at the Edgewood Sioux Falls Memory Care. His memorial mass was held at 11am on Tuesday, February 21, 2023 at St. Joseph the Workman Catholic Church at Huntimer.
Charles S. Iddings was born on August 17, 1934 in Danbury, IA to Charles L. and Audrey (Livermore) Iddings. He married Rosemary E. Henrich. He served in the US Army. He was an accountant as his profession. He was employed by the same company for 42 years as it changed from Wilson’s Trucking to All American and finally American Freight. He finished his career at Risk Administration Services and retired to his home on Lake Brant, Chester. Chuck enjoyed wood working as a hobby and built many things, including small items like candle holders, wine bottle holders, coaters and trivets. He built furniture including hutches, tv stands, hall trees and computer desks. He was asked to build a reliquary to hold saint’s relics which is housed in the altar of the remodeled St. Joseph Cathedral in Sioux Falls. His woodworking did not stop there. Chuck built the home at Brant Lake where the family has shared years of happy memories. Chuck was also an avid gardener. He grew most of the standard vegetables, but also tried other things like the year he grew peanuts. He like to be busy!
Chuck and Rosy loved wintering in Arizona, Texas and Florida in their motor home. They traveled to all 50 states and to Europe in their years together. Now he has traveled to his final resting place.
He is preceded in death by his father, mother, brother, sister, sister-in-law, brother-in-law and one great grandson.
He is survived by his wife; two sons, Michael (Evelyn) and Jeffrey (Rhonda); daughter Monique (Michael) Christensen; grandchildren, Zachary (Amy) Iddings, Caitlin (Nick) Haug, Michelle Iddings, Jasmine Iddings, Alonzo Christensen and Aidan Christensen; six great-grandchildren, Clara Iddings, Elise Iddings, Bridger Iddings, Remy Haug, Scout Haug and Huxx Haug; nieces, nephews and extended family.
Funeral services were provided by Kahler-Brende Funeral Home.