Charles Victor Briegel

Charles Victor Briegel II passed away on April 4, 2024 at the age of 62.

He was born into a Naval family in Lafayette, Louisiana and moved frequently until his teenage years when his father retired in Pensacola, FL. Charlie attended Escambia High School and the University of Northern Alabama and was accepted into the Walt Disney World College Program, which brought him to Orlando, FL.

Charlie worked at Walt Disney World for 18 years, where he met his wife Liza Browne Briegel at the Magic Kingdom Toll Plaza; they were married for 32 years and have two daughters Hannah and Eva. He is survived by two brothers Terry (Mimi) and John (Sandi), many cousins, nieces and nephews and aunts and uncles in Orlando and Missouri. He is predeceased by his parents Charles Victor Briegel and Rosamond Yvonne Ponder and sister Jeanne Yvonne Tawney.

Charlie was a larger-than-life, quick-witted, mischievous guy who had a wide circle of friends from his years in Pensacola, Disney and at the Big Bamboo.

He enjoyed fishing, watching college football and hanging out with good friends.

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