How very sad to lose Chuck. We attended Strong Vincent H.S. in Erie, PA and I remember him as being fun and kind to all ... not to forget his athletic success there -- wasn't he on every team? It was a privilege to know Chuck and especially to read of his great service to our country. His life mattered and for sure he is resting in peace.
Lynne (Brookhouser) Robinson
Dear Lois and Family:
So sorry to hear of the passing of your husband Chuck. It is very hard to lose your spouse as I lost Jim in May of 2013. May your memories help you.
Rita Postlewaite Greene Twp.
Chuck always had a nice thing to say about everyone, and he always had a good
story to tell! He will be missed...
My Condolences to the Tache Family. I met Charles when Lois and I worked for Lockheed Martin. He served his country proudly. I know he will be going to a good place.
Lois & Family, Tina & I are very very sorry for your loss. I just loved his deep deep voice and sense of humor. I know that he will be dearly missed. Prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family
What a shock. I remember shooting pool with him at the Boys club on 7th St in Erie. He was probably the best pool player I played against as kids.
God is faithful and he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. (1Cor. 10:13)
Chuck was one of my favorite people and he will be missed, I'm sure, by many. I truly am sorry for your loss. Kathie Mumford Jones, New Bern, NC
as a fellow Antiochian and one who recently lost a parent/Veteran I wanted to extend my heartfelt appreciation and words of encourage to the family and friends. May God Bless
My sincere sympathies go out to your family. I knew Chuck when we were teenagers. A group of us girls ran around with a group of boys. We just hung out together and met many times at the Peninsula. I will never forget one day in (not sure) 1965 or '66, my husband (who was also in the Air Force) and I were shopping at Rhine-Main AFB in Frankfurt, Germany. We were walking thru the parking lot and someone called out my name. It was Chuck. (he might have been TDY there?) We spoke for a few minutes. What are the chances of that? I remember Chuck as a very nice guy and always respectful. So very sorry for your loss. RIP Chuck.