In loving memory of Charles Francis Diosi who passed away on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, at the age of 75. Charles leaves behind his loving wife and best friend, Mary Ann (nee Wasylenki). He is predeceased by his parents Kornel and Berta, and by his older brother Laszlo Kornel all of Slovakia. He is fondly remembered by his parents-in-law Raymond and Helen Wasylenki of Sudbury. He will be greatly missed his younger brother Albert (Marika) and especially by his niece Hajnalka and nephew Albert (Eva), all of Slovakia. Charles left his family and friends in Czechoslovakia (Slovakia) in 1968, to fulfill his dream of coming to Canada. Arriving first in Halifax, he later moved to Toronto and eventually to Sudbury. He made true and lasting friendships during the early days. Later, many hours were spent reminiscing about the good times and adventures they had as newcomers to Canada. Charles had a lifelong passion for learning. His early education in dentistry provided opportunity to work as a denture technician in Canada. He obtained a diploma from Ryerson and later a degree from the University of Waterloo and worked 35 years as a Public Health Inspector in Sudbury. Charles enjoyed nature and the outdoors. He was an exceptional photographer and spent hours taking photos of the unique northern geography. He liked nothing better than to pack up his Old Town canoe and venture out to remote camping areas. Later he, Mary Ann, and their canine buddies enjoyed time spent at their cottage on Manitoulin Island as well as on their boat on the North Channel. Charles was keenly interested in boating, especially sailing. He spent many vacations sailing the Bahamas and US Virgin Islands with his childhood friends. He called it some of the best memories of his life. Charles was an accomplished musician. He was a drummer as a young man, but his passion was playing the piano, especially jazz and traditional Hungarian music. He enjoyed playing music for his friends and was often asked to provide the musical entertainment at various functions. Charles had a great love for his wife, his family and friends, his Hungarian background, and his adopted country. He was a man of integrity, compassion and of faith. He will be deeply missed and never forgotten by those who knew and loved him. The family wishes to thank Dr. Cano for his expert care and compassion. Thank you to the incredible nurses at HSN Northeast Cancer Centre. Charles got to know many of them during his regular visits for treatment and they always made it a little easier to endure. Thank you to Dr. Anderson and the nursing staff in the ICU at HSN for helping Charles through the last days of his life journey. At Charles's request, there will be no visitation or funeral at this time. A Celebration of his Life will occur in Sudbury at a future date. A family service will occur in Charles' hometown in Slovakia, also at a future date.