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August 14, 2018

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May 3, 2018
For some reason I was thinking about Charlie today, I googled his name and was deeply saddened to learn of his passing. I was a student at Drexel and spent two 6-month co-ops working under Charlie at what was then RCA in Moorestown. I read Tom Weber's note and I also remember playing Trivial Pursuit with them. I was usually Charlie's partner and always felt bad that I was unable to come close to matching Charlie's knowledge. I remember Charlie's dedication to his job and his love for engineering. I felt very fortunate to have him as a role model. Although I graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, I did not share Charlie's passion and decided to apply to medical school. Charlie wrote a beautiful letter of recommendation for me. I became a family doctor and have a practice in Marlton, NJ. I used to write a newspaper column in the Courier-Post and about 15 years ago someone from GE must have passed a column along to Charlie and I was thrilled when he emailed me and we reconnected. In 25 years of practice I have had the opportunity to touch thousands of lives and I feel that I owe this opportunity to a handful of people like Charlie who helped make my career possible. I wish I had the opportunity to tell Charlie how much he meant to me but I am grateful for the opportunity to tell you of the profound impact that Charlie had on my life.
January 30, 2018
I was just thinking of Charlie today. I hadn't seen him in over 20 years. I'm sad to hear of his passing. I've been trying to arrange a dinner with a mutual friend who worked along with me... Mike Duffy. We were two young Engineers at General Electric and Charile was our boss. He was a great guy. Always had a word of encouragement and a smile. I remember at lunch we all enjoyed playing the new hot game "Trivial Pursuit"... Charlie was a well versed guy in many subjects and hard to beat. I remember he loved jazz and he loved having a good time. He and his wife Gloria were always the first couple up on the dance floor at the office Christmas party. I'm sorry I didn't get to speak to him before he passed but I know he'll cut me some slack... he always did. I've taken up swimming to stay in shape and I pass the time in the pool by saying a Rosary in my head. I'll be sure to remember Charlie and his family in those. He was really into his family, a very proud father. I was glad to read how many grand kids he had been blessed with. He was a great boss, a good friend and a dear man. God bless you Charlie, say a few prayers for us upstairs. Hope to see you in about 30 years.
January 12, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. May you gain comfort by placing yourself in God's care, allowing Him to be your Shepherd, as described in Psalm 23.