He Supplied the Bucks
As director of purchasing for Windows on the World, Charles J. Mauro worked his food vendors indefatigably for their finest vegetables, fish and meat. But he was never averse to being his own supplier. Since the age of 14 he had hunted with his father, Vincent, in Hancock, N.Y., "and during hunting season he'd be up there every weekend, going for the big six-point bucks," said his wife, Barbara.
Charlie, 38, was a proud member of the National Rifle Association and the president of the Bambi Rod and Gun Club in Hancock. Charlie did have one of the six-pointers mounted, "but now it's stashed away somewhere, because we're in the middle of moving," Ms. Mauro said.
Charlie was also passionate about riding his Custom 883 Sportster Harley. Ms. Mauro added, "That six-point buck is going to be up on the wall, and Charlie's picture is going to be next to it."
Profile courtesy of THE NEW YORK TIMES.