Charles (Chuck) Fash


Dr. Charles L. Fash, 51, of Oskaloosa, died Saturday, April 5, 2003, at his home in Oskaloosa. He was born June 3, 1951, at Steubenville, Ohio, the son of Louis and Stelsa Mayle Fash. He graduated from Amphi Theater High School in Tucson, Arizona with the class of 1969, following graduation he attended University of Arizona from 1969 ? 1971, he then transferred to Vennard College in University Park, Iowa, where he received his B.A. in Bible in 1974. He then moved to Phoenix Az. and attended Arizona State where he received his B.A. and his Masters in Education in 1976. Charles was the Pastor of the Grace Evangelical Methodist Church in Phoenix from 1974 ? 1978, while taking classes. He received his EdD in Education from Northern Arizona University in 1993. In 1978 he started Faith Life Fellowship and Academy in Phoenix Az. where he worked until 1999, when he took the positions of Academic Dean and Head of the Education department at Vennard College in University Park, Iowa. He held that position until March of 2003. He was also currently the Pastor for the What Cheer Baptist Church in What Cheer. He attended the First Church of the Nazarene in Oskaloosa. He loved his family and also enjoyed playing basketball.


Julianna Joy Fash
Oskaloosa. Julianna Joy Fash, 25, of Oskaloosa, died April 7, 2013, at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City. She was born May 5, 1987, the daughter of Charles and Debra Fash. She earned her diploma through home schooling and attended college at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa. She worked at the Y.M.C.A. for the after school program and as a beauty consultant for Mary Kay. She enjoyed going to concerts, playing cards and games, doing puzzles, and watching television especially "The Office" and "I Love Lucy". She also looked forward to playing bingo every year at the Southern Iowa Fair. Julianna enjoyed attending all high school events. She was a member of the Jubilee Family Church in Oskaloosa. She was very proud of the time she spent on the Student Advisory Committee with the University of Iowa Hospital. As a member of the committee she was able to have input on the room design in the new pediatric wing of the hospital. In 2006 she was blessed with her service dog and companion, Bang. Julianna had a love of life, she did not let anything stand in her way.