Grant Charville

Obituary of Grant Gifford Charville

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Grant Charville of Midland Michigan, and previously of Norwalk Ohio, passed away May 28, 2024.  He was born in Norwalk, Ohio on June 8, 1967, to the late Paul and Jane Charville.

Grant enjoyed motorcycles, dirtbikes,4 wheelers, and anything with a motor. He loved spending time with his family, loved ones, and his pets.  He was a skilled concrete finisher, bricklayer, equipment operator, and semi-truck driver.

He is survived by his son, JP and wife Dannielle, and their son Karson Charville;, his significant other, Teri and her sons Shawn and Jeffrey Kaiser; his ex-wife Chris, and her husband Lloyd Starks, who was his best friend for over 20+ years; his siblings, Paula and Rick Morgan, and Phil and Vicky Charville; many cousins, nephews, nieces, and friends in Michigan and Ohio. He was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Jane Charville; his brother, Howard Charville;  ex-mother-in-law, Joanne Piland; and ex-father-in-law, Chuck Taylor with whom he remained close with.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.  To sign online guestbook, visit  There will be a celebration of life decided at a later date.

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Grant Charville

1967 - 2024

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