Sending my deepest sympathy to all of you.All my memories of Chuck are of a man who could do anything and always did.May GOD be with you in this toughest of times.
Joyce and Priscilla,
Just heard about Chuck and am so sorry for your loss. I do remember Chuck as Priscilla's big brother and a very nice guy to her friends. I know all of your good memories will carry you through right now. Blessings to your whole family, prayers and love.
Ruth Clutts Martin
To the Isham family, we loose track of those who we grew up with. From all the people on 6th street ,Kosh,Howertons,England,Snow,Bowles,Jensens. May the Lord look over your family. Tom Mendenhall,Leland,MI
Dear Isham Family,
Sending our deepest sympathy to all of you. We had the pleasure of giving a lot of haircuts to your husband, Dad and grandpa. We enjoyed all of our talks. We always got an update on him from your Uncle Stan. What a great man. Rest assure, you all were loved! Us, Barbers hear the real TRUTH. May GOD be with all of you, today and always.
Bobby and Shawn. Losing a parent sucks, plain and simple. But as I did when my second dad Pete passed, I just keep in mind, no more pain. Let that comfort you in the days and weeks ahead.
Joyce, Shawn and Bobby,
So sorry for your loss. I have so many great memories of Chuck and your family. He was a very kind man and I will never forget the fun times we all shared. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Matt & Marci James
Dear Joyce, Bob and Shawn,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I have many wonderful memories of our families going on vacation and other gatherings. Chuck was a wonderful man and a great father. God Bless, Todd, Lisa, Jensen, Jack and Joshua.
Sorry for the loss of Chuck. We go back many years to 6th street where we grew up with the family. Judy McFarlane ( Howerton)
Dear Joyce, Shawn, Bobby
We're so sorry to hear of your loss of Chuck. It's been many years since we last saw each other but we will forever remember the "Great Times" we had in the past especially during the "Comanche St." days. The curb side talks, impromttu neighbor get togethers & the family camping trips with the camp fires & many laughs. Chuck was a very integral part of those times. He was indeed a great man.
Our prayers & thoughts are with you.
The Blanfords - Alvey, Rollene, Darren & Dawn
Sorry to hear about Chuck. I worked on the line with him at Fisher 1, 'many yrs' ago. He was always talking about running his kids around to play hockey ! Nice Man !
Dear Joyce, Shawn and Bobby,
We were so sorry to hear about Chuck's passing. He was a wonderful husband and father! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad time.
Jay & Angie
Eric & Diane
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one. Clay always spoke very highly of you and Chuck. I'm glad I got to meet both of you over the years. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
Linda and Clay Corder
Joyce and family, I just saw you all at Bill's funeral. I am so sorry. Chuck always had a smile for everyone. We sure have many happy memories of the boys in hockey. My prayers will be with you and your family.
I'm so sorry to hear about Chuck. I wish I could be there for you. You all will be in my thoughts & prayers. I am so glad I was able to see you all in Feb. while you were in Fl.
Marilyn and Stan,
May the love of your friends and family carry you through your grief from losing your brother.
So sorry to hear about your father Bob. Prayers to you and your family. A quick story. Chuck says to my dad one day at work "Bobby borrowed the van last night sounds funny and I had to remove a bunch of branches from underneath the van. Just something I never forgot. Peace to your family.