Charlie's Mom drove Charlie and I from Kemp to College Station in September 1942. He and I were lifelong friends and buddies. After our graduation from A&M we saw one another when we would be in Kemp at the same time. Last time I saw he and Billie was at his sisters funeral. I have lost a lifelong friend. My sincere sympathy to all his family and friends.
a&M September 1942
VERY CHARMING GUY AND LIKABLE GENTLEMAN I WILL MISS HIM.
Sending Caring Thoughts to Charlie's family. I know he will be missed. Love, Terry, MaryAnn and Brendan Connolly
Charlie was one of my favorite people over the years. He and Billie were a part of my parents' circle of friends in Fort Worth. I got to know Charlie when I worked with him at The Western Company. I remember him telling me when I got transferred to Fort Worth from the field; "Hang in there. If I can make the transition, you can make the transition." He and Billie were just good people. They don't get much better than that.
We were neighbor buddies for 42 years. It is difficult accepting our loss but we live with the faith that this is only a preperation for a better life.Know Ray will be there to greet you.Florence Peloubet
Our Uncle Charlie will always be remembered as a true gentleman.