In The News
Closed Saturday March 1, 2014 due to icy and snowy conditions of the premises.
Closed Tuesday March 4, 2014 with plans to reopen Saturday March 8, 2014.
CLOSED Saturday March 8, 2014: Due to the weather and repercussions that it has had on the premises and a death in the immediate Rice’s Market Family, we will be closed on Saturday, March 8, 2014. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we will OPEN for our full Spring schedule beginning on Tuesday March 11, 2014! We look forward to seeing you then!
Born in Beverly Hills, Calif., he always displayed his endless smile, unconditional love for friends, family, and a compelling zest for living life and his attempt at singing country music.
Chuckie was a graduate of Council Rock High School, North and MBIT, Class of 2012 and he was attending Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, Pa. as a diesel mechanic student. He was a member of C.R.N.A.A. Little League, Lower Makefield Pop Warner Football, C.R.W.A., Babe Ruth Baseball, Council Rock Newtown Middle School Football and Baseball, Council Rock North 9th grade football and baseball teams and C.R. North Ski and Snowboard Club. He was an avid snow boarder, fisherman, hunter, dirt bike and quad rider and a valued part of Trucker Nation.
Chuckie’s love of equipment started at Rice’s Market when he went to work with his dad. The trucking industry brought great pride professionally to Chuckie, as an employee with APCON and Blair Corporation both of Ivyland, Pa.
He was the beloved son of Charles P. and Katrina Ortman Kane III, and the grandson of Charles P. and Myrna Kane Jr. and Michael and Susan Ortman. Chuckie was the devoted nephew of Karen and the late Kirk Kownurko, Beth Cooper and his uncle, Robert Cooper, Michael and Jill Ortman, Tim and Lori Ortman, and Elizabeth and John Rowan; and the loving cousin of Lee, Evan, Robert, Megan, Daulton, Faith, Kristopher, Madeline, Trey, Max, and William; and he will reunited with baby Michael.
Chuckie will always remain friends, from their beginning and throughout life, friendships live on forever. His smile, enthusiasm and love will live on in his many Gifts of Life.
Relatives and friends are invited to Chuckie’s Life Celebration from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 8, and to his funeral service at 11 a.m. at Grace Point Church, 592 Washington Crossing Road, Newtown. Interment will follow in Newtown Cemetery.
Memorial contribution in the name of Charles P. Kane IV, to Geisinger Trama Center, 100 N. Academy Ave., Danville, PA 17822 or to Pennsylvania College of Technology, Diesel Tool Scholarship, c/o K. Kane, 330 S. Lincoln Ave., Newtown, PA 18940.
To share your fondest memory of Chuckie, please visit the Web site below. Swartz/Givnish Funeral Home Newtown.