Chester, was such a good & caring person. And so wonderful to my dear niece Julia. I always looked forward to my visits to California, & the wonderful times I had with Chet, & Julie. He always made me feel so welcome. And when my sister was alive, & I spent more time there, he would always call & take me to lunch, while every one else was working. I will always remember those precious memories. Rest in peace dear Chester,
I will miss you.
Barbara Wills Sullivan, Indiana
Dear Julia- Very sorry to learn of the loss of your beloved Chester. Although we only met briefly at our home in Grants Pass, Oregon we enjoyed those moments with you both. I have placed a notice on the True web site that Chester has died. You both did a fine work on publishing your findings of local cemeteries in Salisbury and the surrounding area.
Bruce and Mary True
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
We group up in a small community with only 30 in our graduating class which meant we were a tight group. We could tell some tales and I know Chester could and would. Our school was not quite the normal I don't think. Lots of things happened....like the time Mr. Capeville hung Chester out the send story window by his ankles. True and Chester would confirm and laugh. But we were close and it is a testimony to our age we each will pass. My condolences to the family ....Chester will be remembered by those of us here that shared our high school years with him.