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Claude Stanley Choules

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May 31, 2011
To have lived such a long life and to have been an eyewitness to "The war to end all wars," must have been quite an experience. However, as his daughter said in his obituary, "He was uncomfortable with anything that glorified war," but felt family was the most important thing in his long life. This statement is that of a very courageous man. He came to find his happiness in the peaceful setting of a very loving family. He certainly did have a good finish.
May 12, 2011
What a wonderful man he was, I too am proud to be related as my Father was George Henry Choules (b Nov 1902),his Father William Henry Choules (b 1863), his Grandfather Young Choules (b 1836) Rest in Peace.
May 10, 2011
What a great man is Claude 'Chuckles'Choules. It is a great honor to have his name in my Family Tree. My only wish was that I known of this great man earlier and perhaps could have visit him when I was in OZ several years ago visiting other relatives. We are distant relatives from Sarah Monk marrying William Young Choules in nov.11th 1834.
God Bless all of the Choule family.
May 09, 2011
So sad a loss rest in peace and thank you for your service to help make this a better place to live in you are a hero so rest now in peace with loved ones
May 09, 2011
Rest In Peace.. and yeah WOW... he's smiling, i can feel it..
May 09, 2011
As a former US Marine Sgt, I thank you for your service to make this world a safer, better place.

To serve in two world wars is a great sacrafice. To survive them well over 65 years in incredible.

Seaman Choules, you are relieved!

Semper Fi,
May 08, 2011
WOW! That's the only thing I can think to say. What an extraordinary man. This is what America is made of. I am only sorry that his greatness and patriotism has been lost along the way. He is a great inspiration to all!
May 08, 2011
WOW! That's the only thing I can think to say. What an extraordinary man. This is what America is made of. I am only sorry that his greatness and patriotism has been lost along the way. He is a great inspiration to all!
May 08, 2011
This U.S Marine salutes you.
May 08, 2011
A true hero and fine gentleman. The world needs more men like him. I'm sorry for the families loss, but he will be finally reunited with his beloved wife, other family members and comrades.

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Our Dad aka "Chuckles"

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