Charles W. “Chuck” D’Amico, 64, of Haskell passed away on Monday, September 5 surrounded by his wife, daughter, son-in-law and various relatives and friends. A 40-year business owner of D’Amico’s Friendly Service Station on Ringwood Avenue in Haskell, Chuck was born on February 22, 1947 and grew up in Paterson, New Jersey. Chuck was a member of the American Legion Post 246 in Haskell, New Jersey. After serving in the United States Army during the Vietnam War, Chuck moved to Haskell, New Jersey where he raised his family and ran his business. Chuck is survived by his wife Georgianna (Lavorgna) D’Amico; his daughter DawnAnn (D’Amico) Magie; his son-in-law Allen L. Magie; and his grandson Allen Charles Magie. Chuck is also survived by an extended family including his three sister-in-laws Nancy Lavorgna, Rosemarie (Lavorgna) Rietema, and Theresa Kressaty; his nieces and nephews Kevin Rietema, Rose (DiCicco) Rietema, Keith Rietema, Tracey (Koffman) Rietema, John LaVella, Kristin (Rietema) LaVella, Stephanie (D’Amico) Otis, and Christopher Otis; and his two great nieces Natalie Kate Rietema and Cassanadra Marie Rietema. Chuck was predeceased by his parents Ciro and Anna D’Amico and his brothers John Rohloff and Warren D’Amico. Services will be held at D’Agostino’s Funeral Home located on Ringwood Avenue in Haskell, New Jersey on Thursday, September 8th from 2-4 and 7-9. Church services will be on Friday, September 9th, a 10 am mass at Saint Mary’s Church in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey with burial to commence at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Totowa, New Jersey. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Chuck’s name to the Lustgarten Foundation to Cure Pancreatic Cancer by visiting www.lustgarten.org or via mail to The Lustgarten Foundation to Cure Pancreatic Cancer 1111 Stewart Avenue, Bethpage, New York 11714.