Charles "Charlie" F. Pierson Jr.
There are no words of comfort I can offer that haven't been said...but many prayers and love are being sent your way. I know he is in a better place....but for us selfish motals that doesn't make it any easier for the loved ones left behind. I wish you all peace in God's love and the healing power that it brings.
Leslie, Matt and family, Bob and family, hired men and volunteer cowboys: It is with great sadness to see one of the best called home so soon. Charlie always sat tall in the saddle, loved his family, his ranch and his cattle. His legacy will be carried on at Highland Livestock. It is the many gatherings and trailing cattle to and from the West Boulder, the brandings and working cattle in the corrals at the home place with Charlie's direction that I will always remember. God Bless you Charlie Pierson, your friend and volunteer cowboy,
We are sorry for your loss. Leslie, Matt and families
We are sorry for your loss, Prayers for Leslie and family, Charlie will surely be missed by all. God Bless
I haven't seen Charlie in over 40 years, and then only for a few hours during a busy day at his ranch. I actually remember him as my much taller, slightly younger, cousin at about age 6 or 7. We were very close then, and I know that he grew up to be the man that his entire family, both close and extended, could be proud of. I will always think of him as the grown up cowboy we played as kids. I wish I would have kept in touch over the years. There's hindsight for you. Best wishes to the family. Our daughter is named after his first wife, Whitney