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September 21, 2017

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September 21, 2017

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April 21, 2013
Barb, Vance and Chuck,
I never met you Daddy, but I heard so many beautiful stories from Barb. May he continued to brighten our world and the heavens above. He has joined my Mom, Dad and Sis. A Hug to comfort each and everyone in your family. Mina Rocabado
April 21, 2013
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All the Marmorales
April 20, 2013
I've never met anyone as strong, giving, loving, caring and encouraging as this man. He was my golfing buddy, friend and "Coach". He loved me like I was his own daughter. It seems like just yesterday he sat next to me, singing bold love songs, while I tried to keep up on my piano. He holds everyone to a higher standard. His commitment to his entire family and friends was never-ending. This earth is a better place because of him. Even though he has left this earth, his "stardust" remains...
RIP Coach Charlie
-Semper Fi
April 20, 2013
I met Charlie on the golf course at Lost Creek Country Club. I have never met anyone who seemed more sincere in his love of his fellow man. I was ex Navy and he Marine. There is no such thing as an ex Marine and we talked a lot about that. He could not say enough about his family , the love of his children and how he loved and missed his wife.
He would surprise you how well he could play golf at his age. Some people just make you feel good when you are with them and he was one of them. He will be missed.
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