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Charles E. Winship 1942 - 2013

Charles E. Winship

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February 10, 2014
Chuck was a great guy and he encouraged the best from people! And he was always good about getting things accomplished. Some of my best home brew was created from boiled sap provided by the Sugarbush Hollow evaporator and then packed with sap from the collection tanks. We did several seasons of this recipe. Chuck was a great mentor and coach.
November 04, 2013
I will remember Chuck forever. He has been an omnipresent figure in the history of my life from high school and beyond. Chuck was the dad in the 'hood we could talk to and the friend later in life who I could look up to. Seeing Chuck when I would visit was always a highlight, especially at the Fiddlers Fair or the Fairport Market. Chuck, it meant so much to me that you would introduce me to your friends and customers a your friend 'Biff' and that you always took the time to tell people where I was currently living and what I was doing. Your pride in me meant the world to me. Thanks again...
October 27, 2013
Dori and families, It was with great sadness that I learned of Chucks passing. Chuck was a man that I wish I had more time to spend with. He was generous with his knowledge and had enthusiasm that was infectious. It is because of Chuck that I kept focused on the farm and the potential for maple syrup production. I will be thinking of him and you all whenever I am working in the sugar shack. Peace be with you.
October 27, 2013
When I think about growing up on Waterford Way, I remember the annual street picnics over across the creek, and I know that Mr. Winship was a big part of the organizing of the event. Even now, 45 years later, I couldn't call him Chuck because of the great respect I have for him. Sorry to have lost touch for so long. My sympathy to Dori, John, and all who loved him.
October 23, 2013
Dori,John and families,

Heartfelt condolences. A natural mentor, Chuck always left you feeling better about the world in general and yourself too. Whenever in his presence you always learned something valuable from his wisdom, insight and his enthusiam. There are many good men and some great men, Chuck was a good man and a great man. Godspeed Chuck, thank you for everything.
October 22, 2013
Go in peace Chuck. I will always have fond memories of the journey together while on the Lakes Program. My sympathies to all who will miss you.
October 21, 2013
I am grateful to have met and worked with Chuck...his humor, wisdom and capacity to find the optimal use of a resource, as he did with Sugarbush Hollow, was just brilliant. His energy and knowledge, not to mention his laugh, will be missed by many.
October 19, 2013
Chuck,
It was a shock. For some reason, I just thought you'd be around for a long time. Four weeks ago, I lost my wife of 55 years. You were both bright spots. Both of you are missed.
October 18, 2013
Chuck - we'll miss you so much. Your place at Fairport Farmers Market will be empty, not because you aren't here, but because your heart and spirit fill the space and kept all of us proud of what we do. Your laughter and joking made a crazy busy time happy and fun. We'll try to carry your laughter with us.
October 18, 2013
He always knew just what to say to embarrass me as a teenager and make me laugh as an adult - I'd say that's a perfect combination. My deepest sympathies to the Winship family...he'll definitely be missed.

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