I went to the Olezes for Thanksgiving last night and we went over to say hi to Melody and Tim at that point I learned about Charlie and tears came to my eyes. I know how much you loved each other and how hard this could be for you. I wish I had know before now and could have seen Charlie and you. Love Alice
Dear Linda, Allison and family,
Though our encounters with Cahrlie were few, they were always warm, inspriring, gracious, and erudite.
May you be comforted by good memories.
Raun and Helen
It was an honor to know him. We will never forget his warmth and friendship, his brilliance aqnd common sense. He will be greatly missed.
Dear Linda, Allison and family,
Our hearts go out to you all. We have many fond memories of our times being neighbors. Fish heads and steak tartar. He was loved by many.
Love, Laurie, Audrey and Ronald McDermott (Stony Creek)
Dear Linda: I just learned of Charlie's passing...I am so sorry I didn't learn sooner. Charlie was one of the good ones...thoughtful, generous, brilliant. You were a great pair! You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
All my best,
I was prompted to look up your husband today, only to find out about his passing. My condolences to you and Alison. I will always remember the lively stories you shared about him and your family those few short years I knew you. I think of you often and you will be in my prayers.
Nancy Simpson- Flamingo Haircutters
Dear Mrs. Pulaski, You probably do not remember me, but I remember your husband and your family quite fondly. During my sophomore and junior years at ASU, I babysat your daughter in the afternoon hours between the time school let out and the time one of you arrived home. I recall even picking up your daughter from Phoenix Country Day School a few times. Also, I house sat your home a few times, when your family traveled on summer vacation. I recall having many interesting conversations with your husband about the law. In particular at that time, he was working on "Equal Justice and the Death Penalty: A Legal & Empirical Analysis." I wanted to let you know what a lasting impression your husband had on me. He opened my eyes to the possibility of studying law. I eventually went on to become a lawyer myself. I studied at The University of Chicago Law School and now am an attorney with the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Phoenix. May God bless your family and bring back a flood of wonderful memories of your times together.
~ Jeanette Alvarado
We suppose 47 years feels like not enough time with your incredible guy. We pray numerous fabulous memories will uplift and encourage you to experience joy each day as Charlie did.
Hugs, Barry and Deb McBride
Dear Linda and Alison,
Please accept out utmost condolences on Charlie's passing. We have so many fond memories of him during the years we lived in Tempe. We are so sorry for your loss...
Dear Linda, Betsy, Alison, John and family. Please accept my deepest sympathy - he will be much missed. love - Murrell
dear Linda and Betsy,
Sandy will always be a part of my childhood memories - visits to Port Washington and that teasing Pulaski wit! with loving thoughts and prayers,
Joannie Sheldon Ernst
Dear Linda and Family,
My deepest regrets. Charlie was an extremely wonderful person and had great taste in art!!!
So sorry to hear about passing of Charlie our thoughts and prayers are with Alison and Linda
Linda and Alison; so sorry to hear about Charlie, know you will both miss him terribly.
Dear Linda: I was shocked to learn of Charlie's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Alison at this time.