Friday, June 03, 2011
Posted by: Allan Kotmel
Charles E. (Chuck) Loeber, CDP, a charter member of the Hudson-Mohawk Chapter, passed away May 1.
Chuck joined the Hudson-Mohawk Chapter of NMAA (National Machine Accountants Association) in May 1953. That means in May 2003, Chuck had been a member of the Hudson-Mohawk Chapter for FIFTY (50) years while the chapter progressed from NMAA to DPMA (Data Processing Management Association) and to AITP (Association of Information Technology Specialists). Although the Association name changed, the chapter stayed constant and Chuck remained a loyal and supportive member for all these years. Chuck was also an active member of Region 13 and the Association. He was the Vice-President of Region 13 and rose to the office of Association Vice President at Large (these days called "District Directors"). Chuck was very active in all those positions.
The following was published in Albany Times Union on May 4, 2011:
Charles E. Loeber, 84, of Glenville died Sunday, May 1, 2011 in New Jersey. Born in Schenectady, he was the son of the late Willard and Mary (Bassett) Loeber. He was a graduate of Draper High School. Charles at age 16 was employed during World War II as a fork lift operator at the Army Depot in Rotterdam. Later, for 10 years he worked for the federal government in data processing and then for 18 years he worked in data processing for the General Electric Company. Finally, he was a manager in the computer department for the New York State Department of Social Services in Albany, working in that department for 27 years.
He was a member of AITP. Charles is predeceased by his first wife Elizabeth Mates Loeber who died in 2001; one son, Stephen Loeber; and his brother Willard Loeber. He is survived by his second wife Carol Ann Rozycki Loeber whom he married May 8, 1984; five children, Barbara Arro (Arthur) of Holland Patent, N.Y., Anita Snyder of Schenectady, Charles Loeber (Cindy) of Hope Falls, William Loeber of Rexford and John Loeber of Rotterdam; three stepchildren Dennis Heaton (Nancy) of Amsterdam, Lorraine Heaton (Michelle Gaudet) of Troy and David Heaton (Sarah Pine) of Amsterdam; one sister Lois Harnden (John) of Schenectady; four grandchildren Meleessa Snyder of Schenectady, Jennifer Martin (Jeffrey) of Eureka, Mo,Sarah Loeber of Melbourne, Fla., and Greg Mayo of Schenectady; three stepgrand-children, Katie Lynn Heaton (Jordan Doman) of Colorado Springs, CO., Zachary Heaton of Amsterdam, and Thomas Heaton of Amsterdam; also survived by one great-grandchild Emma Lynn Martin; and two nieces Joann Harnden (Matt McKeeby) and Elizabeth Harnden.
Funeral services will be Friday, noon, at the Bond Funeral Home, Broadway and Guilderland Avenue, Schenectady. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Calling hours will be Friday 10-12 prior to the service. Internment will be in Schenectady Memorial Park in Rotterdam. Contributions can be made in Charles memory to the charity of one's choice. Online condolences can be made at bondfuneralhome.com.