I was shocked when I just learned of Chuck's passing and wanted to extend my deepest sympathy to the Amico family. Chuck was a wonderful man, constantly in good spirits, and always spoke lovingly of his family. In addition, he was a great boss to work for. I will forever remember him.
Chuck lived down the street from us when we were kids at Transfiguration. Those were great years and Chuck was a great guy. He made those times even more outstanding.I know he is in heaven and I'll see him again. God bless his family. Joe DuRoss
My deepest condolences to the Amico Family. Jesus said you will be with me in paradise. This will provide comfort for the family in your time of sorrow and hope for the future.
Chuck RIP. Glad we met. Glad I knew you. To the Amico family I'm sorry for your loss, Robert Sheedy
Chuck was an outstanding man. A fellow Bruin who lived a good live. He will be missed. Ron and Elaine Florance
Chuck was a long time friend. A great guy to sit and chat with. My condolences to the family. May his
memory be eternal. Peter W. Vasilion
My deepest coldolences to Chucks family. Chuck was a customer where I work and always did his Christmas cards every year. He would bring in his pictures and He would pick out just the right card. What a nice cheery person. Always had a smile and said hello when ever he came in to shop.I was so sad to read of his passing. God Bless
We are saddened th hear about Chuck. We are fellow Bruins and have enjoyed our friendship since college. Our love to Heidi and the family.
Bill and Sue Goodale
'REQUIESCAT IN PACE', Dearest Chuck. You will be sorely missed, and never forgotten.
Four Italian Paisanos...and Three Loyal BRUINS!
Our block has lost a great smile, a cheery greeting and a wonderful friend. You'll be sorely missed, Chuck.
Chuck was a great friend and a great inspiration to me. I loved playing tennis with him and going to lunch. I never really got to really say to him that I cared so much for him. I miss him a hole lot. Whats funny, is that I was making loom bracelets, and I was about to ask him what color he wanted, but I never got to... He was gone, I wanted to to give him something to remember me, but it was to late. I play at Peninsula Racquet Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, and Chuck plays daily pretty much, despite his illness. No one would really notice anything about him, because his determination and passion lightened everything up. I remember joking about bets about USC VS. UCLA and who would win and stuff like that. I remember getting newspapers from him, about football. He also gave me a US Open Tennis book just for me. I never realized how much I appreciated the book and all the kind, encouraging things he said to me, and all the wonderful gifts I got from him and his wife. I hope Chuck enjoyed every second of his life with me, just like I did with him. I realized that Chuck did everything everyday he could, just like it was his last. We should all be inspired, by this type of unique friend. We sometimes take things for granted and we don't take a second to realize how much we love somebody. Chuck Amico was one of the best friends I will never forget. He will be missed.
I am so saddened to hear the news of Chuck's passing. I would see him walking along the coastal trail. His spirits were always high, even in ilness,and his demeanor gracious. Chuck was a good, loyal friend of over 30 years, and a good and decent man. He is missed. My deepest condolences to the family and all who cared for this fine man. He is truly in paradise.