Charles Max Slone, 57, of West Haven, Utah passed away on March 31, 2023. Chuck was born July 7, 1965 in Mount Clemens Michigan to Charles and Betty Slone. He was the youngest of an extended family of 11 children. Chuck grew up in Michigan, but spent the summers of his youth roaming the family land in Kentucky, where he developed his love of nature and experienced the thrill of riding horses.
Chuck had an immense passion for life, learning, and a thirst for adventure. He became a highly successful manufacturing salesman early in his career. Anyone who knew Chuck would say he could sell ice to an Eskimo! Later in life, he was very successful in the Mortgage and Real Estate industry in Nevada and Utah.
He married Pam Slone on December 6, 1997. They had two amazing children, Jared and Hailey, who were the pride and joy of his life. Chuck was a positive, outgoing individual who never met a stranger. His charismatic, charming personality lit up every room he walked into! Though he experienced many challenges during his life, he managed to stay optimistic and bring joy to others. This bright-eyed cowboy lived life to the fullest and will be deeply missed by all those who knew him.
Chuck's favorite things were riding horses, helping others, and spending time with his children, family and friends. He was always willing to help anyone in need and loved doing it. Chuck enjoyed volunteering with the local wrestling team and West Haven youth horse posse. He was a great example of service to others and loved to put a smile on everyone’s face!
Chuck is survived by Pam Slone, their children Jared and Hailey, his beloved Nephew (Brother) Ken Slone, siblings Margie Slone Graber, Pauline Slone Ellis, Maggie Slone Corpora and Noah Slone, his nephews Rory and Ryan Graber, and many other nieces and nephews, his lifelong friends Ken Kaercher and Aileen Pfeffer, as well as many others he considered family.
Preceded in death by parents, Charles & Betty Slone, brothers, Kendall Slone, Carl Slone, Charles Ray Slone, sisters, Judith N. Slone, Shirley Slone Hall, Jacquie Slone Lallathin and great-nephew, Dalton Lee Slone.
No formal services will be held at this time. Arrangements entrusted to Lindquist's Roy Mortuary.