Carl "Chuck" Vorhauer, Jr., AKA Chuck The Cowboy, passed away on December 27th, 2022, at St. Luke’s Quakertown Hospital surrounded by his family. Born in Williamsport, he was the son of the late Charles Vorhauer Sr. and Elsie (Sharpless) Vorhauer.
When Chuck was younger, he would ride, train, and show horses and he enjoyed spending his time on the farm. Chuck had an infectious smile and personality, and everyone loved Chuck, even if they'd just met him. Chuck was always willing to help people. His entire life, he not only mentored at Tri-County Respite but he and his wife, Doris, opened their home for anyone in need. Chuck and his late wife, Doris, were active Catholics and very involved with St. Isidore's Catholic Church and St. John's Church. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus. Chuck was a cowboy at heart, loved country music, and was a true horseman. He loved to watch the Eagles and Phillies games and play golf with his son, Timothy. Later in his life, Chuck pursued a new career in the automobile industry, covering all different aspects of the industry. Over his career, he worked for Chevy and Ford dealerships. Chuck was the best salesman ever; he could sell ice to an Eskimo. Chuck retired from Faulkner Ford and began pursuing his passion for buying and selling antiques. Chuck rented a booth at Second Life Antiques in Quakertown and also participated in all the local flea markets, sharing his passion with all who came by.
Chuck is predeceased by his wife, Doris Vorhauer, together they shared over years sixty years of marriage. Chuck will be dearly missed by his children, Timothy Vorhauer, Maria Vorhauer, Carl Vorhauer III and his wife, Pam, and Ann Marie Vorhauer; his grandchildren, Carl Vorhauer IV, Alyssa Vorhauer, Elysa Vorhauer, Timothy Vorhauer, Chase Vorhauer, and Tyler Vorhauer; along with many great-grandchildren and extended family.
Friends and family are invited to join Chuck's family for a viewing on Tuesday, January 3rd, from 11:00AM ~ 1:00PM, a service will follow beginning at 1:00 PM at Naugle Funeral & Cremation Service, Ltd. 1 35 W. Pumping Station Road, Quakertown, PA, 18951. ( 215-536-3343 )
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Last Chance Ranch in Chuck's name.