My deepest sympathy to the Crisafulli family and forgive me for being late in expressing my sadness on hearing of his death.I served with Charles aboard LSM 219 during World War 2, being much older then myself he was well liked an respected by the officers and men .I had the pleasure of meeting him after the war ended
Chrlie and Beverly were so kind and caring to us when we were working on MI to restore a rental property. The picture of Charlie on his big front end loader (somewhat of a renegade, he was!), we will cherish forever. And the last time we visited with Charlie, he prayed over me and I felt his spiritual power and his love. He is home with his Father, now. Joan and Phil Realino-Robinson, CO
To Joyce Ann, Julie, Joe, & Frankie, we were saddened to hear of your Dad's passing. I have fond memories of working with your Dad for the FGBMYF, many years ago as my mentor,and friend. He was a great friend to my family and my Mom and Dad. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. May the Lord confort your hearts is our prayer.
Our deapest sympathy to the Crisafulli Family. May the many good memories and family ease the pain of your loss and transfer you through this time of grief. You are in our thoughts and prayers today....The Edgecombes
Annette, Frankie, Joe, Joyce Ann and Julie. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.