Charles Anthony ‘Chuck’ Triacheff

| October 5, 2022

Charles Anthony “Chuck” Triacheff, age 69, of Marysville and formerly of Columbus, died peacefully on Saturday, September 3, 2022, at home surrounded by his loving family following a battle with cancer.

On August 3, 1953, Chuck was born in Columbus, Ohio, the oldest of four sons of the late Charles “Charlie” and Ruth (Nicol) Triacheff. He was raised attending St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Westerville, and graduated from St. Francis DeSales High School in the class of 1971. He furthered his education, earning an associates degree in Applied Business from Columbus State University in 1974. He served 7 years in US Army Ohio Air National Guard.

Having a wide and varied career, Chuck dabbled in many industries and held many different positions. He had experience in restaurant management, restaurant food sales, and inventory control for manufacturing companies. He also spent ten years at Honda Marysville.

One of Chuck’s favorite jobs he had in his life was caddying at a country club golf course during high school. This led to a lifelong passion for golfing for Chuck, despite what his score card always said. He loved everything about golf, always having the best gear and get up. He also “was a busy boy, who liked his toys.” Throughout his life, he was a car enthusiast that all started with his first car, a 1957 Chevy Bel’air.

Following close behind Chuck’s love for Beth and golfing was his love for The Ohio State University Buckeyes. To say Chuck and Beth were avid tailgaters would be quite the understatement. They were the tailgaters who planned every meal and beverage for the entire day, and they would pull in at 6:30 am to get the best tailgating spots. They enjoyed tailgating at every OSU football for twenty five plus years, only missing a handful of games. He also was an avid Columbus Blue Jackets and Cleveland Browns fan, and he enjoyed ushering countless events at the Schottenstein Center for many years.

Chuck has always been of Catholic faith and most recently he became a member of Our Lady of Lourdes in Marysville.

Inheriting the gift of gab from his father, Chuck never met a stranger in his life and could talk with anyone about anything. Soon after anyone met him, they would quickly learn how laid back, easy going and “fun” he was. He also deeply loved his big and extended family, and his four legged family…he and Beth’s many cats they have had.

Left to cherish his memory are his beloved wife of 36 years, Beth Triacheff of Marysville, whom he married on April 12, 1986; three brothers: Joe (Cathy) Triacheff of Columbus, Steve (Cindy) Triacheff of W. Rotunda, FL, and Rick (Kerry) Triacheff of Columbus; two nephews and a niece: Shay and Patrick Triacheff, and Olivia (Rob) Beck; father and mother-in-law, John and Darlene Patterson of Coshocton; a sister-in-law, Debbie (Les) Johnson of Coshocton; two nieces-in-law: Carrie (Jason) Dean, and Leslie (Darren) Mansfield; two great nephews and one great niece-in-law: Delena and Dalton Dean, and Austin Mansfield; and many dear friends.

Appropriately, on an OSU bye week, his family will greet friends from 10 – 11 am on Saturday, October 15, 2022, at the Ingram Funeral Home, 975 N. Maple St., Marysville.  Funeral services honoring his life will follow there at 11 am, with Father Kevin Kavanagh officiating, followed by military honors provided by the Union County Honor Guard. Burial will take place at a later date in Canal Lewisville Cemetery in Coshocton.

Memorial contributions may be made to Loving Care Hospice (, or any humane society or charity close to your heart.

Ingram Funeral Home is honored to serve Chuck’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting

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