Charles Ickrath

Charles Richard Ickrath

Wednesday, March 6th, 1940 - Monday, June 8th, 2020
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Charles Richard “Dick” Ickrath, 80, of Towson, MD, passed away on June 8, 2020.

Dick was born in Springfield, MA on March 6, 1940. He graduated from Classical High School in Springfield, MA and continued on to receive a Bachelor’s degree from American International College in Springfield, MA and his MBA from University of Kentucky.

Dick worked as a Vice President for Maryland National Corporation for many years. During retirement, he taught Economics at Regis University in Denver for 20 years. He enjoyed golf, sailing and baking. He was also actively involved in the 1980s with the Fells Point Historical Society where he served as Treasurer. He was also a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels.

Dick is survived by his daughter, Heidi Ickrath Gage, her husband, Robert, and their son, Mason. He is survived by his sisters, Sally Ickrath Kealy and Susan Ickrath Shaw, and his brother,Robert Ickrath, aw well as many nieces and nephews. Dick is preceded in death by his son, David Cragg Ickrath and his wife, Marie Cragg Ickrath.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to First Tee of Baltimore at

The family of Charles Richard Ickrath wishes to thank The Abilities Network in Towson.
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Susan Hamrick

Posted at 04:43pm
I am so sorry, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Uncle Dick was my absolute favorite. I'll remember him playing Puff The Magic Dragon, forever.
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Gail Warner-Brown and Steve Brown

Posted at 12:15pm
We are so sorry for your loss! We knew both Dick and Donna for many years - so enjoyed their Kentucky Derby Parties! Dick was a wonderful host and kept everyone smiling - not to mention a FANTASTIC cook as well! He will be greatly missed!

Dennis & Ann D'Amico

Posted at 10:44am
I worked with Dick at ITT Financial lServices in St. Louis. Although we lost contact, I always kept up with Dick through mutual close friend John Vye. Dick had a wonderful sense of humor. A winning laugh and smile. I truly admired his business acumen and his ability to interpret financial and operating data into meaningful insights in a way the lesser of us could understand. It was magical. But most of all, he did it with such style, humor and that great smile. A friend of great class.

Jeanice Pearce

Posted at 07:36pm
I am so sorry for the loss of your father.
I knew Dick and Donna for many years. Dick was such a kind and thoughtful person. A few years back he taught several of us how to make strawberry rubarb pie! He made it so much fun and the best pies ever! We had some fun golf games too! We would have our annual Christmas get-togethers that I will truly miss.

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