Charles\u00a0John\u00a0Wenzler, 85, of Ridgefield, husband of Marjorie (Walker)\u00a0Wenzler, died on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at Danbury Hospital. Mr.\u00a0Wenzler\u00a0was born in New York, N.Y., May 8, 1932, a son of Karl and Anna\u00a0Wenzler. \u00a0He attended NY schools.\u00a0He was a veteran of the National Guard. \u00a0 A resident of Ridgefield for the past fifty-three\u00a0years coming from Yonkers, NY, he was a member of St. Andrew\u2019s Lutheran Church.\u00a0 An aviation mechanic, Mr.\u00a0Wenzler\u00a0retired as\u00a0Vice\u00a0President of\u00a0Skyport\u00a0Industries located at Westchester County Airport, White Plains, New York. He enjoyed going on vacation to Stone Harbor, New Jersey with his wife, daughters, and later his grandchildren for the last 50 years, an avid bowler, gardner, and fisher. In addition to his wife of\u00a064 years, Mr.\u00a0Wenzler is survived by two daughters, Alice Dyer and Amy Mitchell both of Danbury; two brothers, Edward\u00a0Wenzler\u00a0of Glendale, Arizona and Alfred\u00a0Wenzler\u00a0of Ocala, Florida; five grandchildren, Christopher Dyer, Brendan Dyer, Whitney Dyer, Kathryn Mitchell, Trevor Dyer,\u00a0and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Mr.\u00a0Wenzler\u00a0was predeceased by\u00a0son-in-law, Danbury Mayor James E. Dyer and\u00a0grandson\u00a0Vincent Mitchell,\u00a0III. Funeral services will be private. There will be no calling hours. Kane Funeral Home, 25 Catoonah St., Ridgefield is in charge of arrangements.