Barbara Black Obituary, Death – Charles Edward Black III and Barbara Ann Black died on Saturday, November 4, 2023, as a result of an automobile accident. On December 25, 1951, in Baltimore City, Charles “June” Black and Lucille Harpe Black welcomed Charles into the world. On November 28, 1954, the late Richard G. Stouffer Sr. and Edith Stouffer welcomed Barbara into the world.
In 1969, Charles graduated from Francis Scott Key High School. Charles worked for Random House as a forklift driver until he retired on December 31, 2011. He loved going to toy farm displays with his brother Bunk and spending time with the “Old Man”. Barbara completed her high school education at Francis Scott Key in 1972. Before moving to Carroll Lutheran Village, Barbara spent fifteen years working for English American.
She was also the past president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the New Windsor Fire Company. Every year on New Year’s Eve, she enjoyed spending it with her brothers. Their shared love of catering was convenience catering. They have a daughter named Heather Green, two sons named Chuck Black IV and Zeb Rohrback, a daughter-in-law named Lauren Rasche, and a number of grandchildren named Elijah, Madisyn, Malayna, Brayden Black, and Cade Loucks in addition to their significant other Josh Loucks.
Charles is survived by his brother Irvin “Buck” Black Sr. and his wife Tracey, as well as sister Patricia Davis and her husband Darrell. Barbara’s surviving family members include Diana Ferguson, uncle John Nickoles, siblings Patsy Bauerlien (Roy), Ricky Stouffer (Patty), Karen Bauerlein (Jack), James Stouffer (Sharon), and Michael Stouffer (Kris). Among the departed family members are Charles’ siblings Maurice Black and Shirley Harpe. Gage Black and his grandparents, Charles and Barbara, as well as his aunt Debbie Hill, died in the same accident not too long after.
Visitors are welcome to see the family on Wednesday, November 15, 2023, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at Windsor Station, 101 High St., New Windsor. Pastor Darrell Davis will preside on Thursday, November 16 from 10 a.m. until the service begins at 11 a.m. at Windsor Station. After that, there will be a hereafter in the vicinity of Uniontown at Mt. Joy Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hartzler Funeral Home, 310 Church St., New Windsor, to assist with funeral expenses.