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October 31, 2016
Charlie Reese will never be forgotten. He was a gifted writer with a crisp, engaging view of the world. He made us think and laugh and wince. He spun his simple but eloquent words in a powerful loom of lucidity and candor. Rising up from his first job as a janitor, he exemplified the great American Dream producing an award-winning daily column that dreamed of an even greater America. Rest in peace, Charlie Reese. Your star will continue to sparkle in the dark void of journalism long after you are gone.
July 24, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Mr. Reese. I just learned about his insightful article today and I am inspired to be part of the change! I'm sorry his words were lost in the shuffle since he first shared these truths nearly 20 years ago. I hope the time has come <3
June 4, 2013
My name is Jamal Khatib, I'm a psychiatrist -psycho oncologists live in Amman -Jordan.
This is the second time I feel sad regarding the late Mr. Reese , the 1st was when he stopped writing , which meant we were no longer at the privilege of enjoying his brilliant ideas , style , genuineness , honesty and transparency of a free thinker , I tried always to see if returned to writing so he was on my Google alert .
This time I'm very sorry and sad for the loss of this distinguished human being whom Ive never met , or talked to I was just one of his readers.
Since the very first time I read an article of He, I was fascinated with the agile style where he could condense great sophisticated ideas in short and simple phrases and make it easy for ordinary people like us to comprehend, let alone the "original intent” or the "545".
Unfortunately I don't have Charley's daughter contact I convey my condolences and deep respect to her late outstanding father , he may rest in peace.
Jamal
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May 28, 2013
I met up with Charley about 20 years ago in Orlando while there on a convention. We discussed the social issues of the day and I followed his columns as often as I could. Even though I did not always agree, I admired his knowledge and ability. So sorry to hear of his passing.