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February 16, 2013
Chas was a fun, sweet, genuine man. I met him as an actor in my first short film "Widow's Corner". His good spirit is admirable. Peace be with your family during this hard time.
Susie Griswold
February 16, 2013
We are so sorry to hear the sad news. May fond memories of good times past offer some comfort at this most difficult time.
Warm regards,
Steve & Vivian Lobel
February 16, 2013
I was fortunate to have worked with Chas on stage in two shows. He was a talented actor and a good friend. Chas was bright, he was fun, and he will be missed by many. My sincere condolences and prayers to his family he loved so very much.

Rie Lee
February 16, 2013
This was very sad news. My deepest sympathies to Micheileen and Mike. Chas brought me into the on-going group guitar class he hosted and arranged with Gary Cellucci, a guitar instructor he met at HVCC. My first session was on 6/8/06 and Chas, Gary, George Puzio and I continued well into 2011. Micheileen, thanks for indulging Chas and the rest of us as we inevitably launched into loud, extended blues jams. You have a special kind of patience. I was especially glad to have been part of the occasional get togethers later on when Chas felt up to playing. I recall one particular instance where Chas stayed started slow but became invigorated as time went on and he began singing. We broke into “Gloria” and he was off; it was like current suddenly coming through a wire. He seemed very, very happy. As I recall, he even stayed up past his usual bedtime. Chas particularly enjoyed these sessions because they included Larry and Mike. I was happy to have been there. Bill Wytrwal
February 16, 2013
I had the honor of working as Chas' personal assistant in his capacities at NYSHESC and NASSGAP. He was most knowledgable, and always motivated and dedicated to his work. He inspired others to do and be their best. My condolances to his wife and son who he often spoke of fondly.
With deepest sympathy,
February 16, 2013
Chas was such a wonderful human being we should all aspire to be like. I'm a better person for knowing him, and it's a honor and privilege to call him a friend.
Chas was a student in our guitar class, but it wasn't long before he was showing us how to play. His passion and enthusiasm was inspiring. I will miss him.
My heartfelt condolences to the Treadwell family; Micheileen, Michael, and Larry.
Play on Chas; Les Paul is waiting for a lesson.
February 16, 2013
Please accept the loving condolences from all of Chas' friends at Albany Civic Theater. He was a dedicated Board member, a talented actor and a friend. We will miss him.
February 16, 2013
Dear Micheileen, Michael and Larry,

My heart is sad and heavy over the loss of my good-hearted cousin. So glad we saw each other only a few months ago - you gladdened my mother's heart.

Cousin Jo Ann
February 15, 2013
Chas' passing is a loss to many people across the nation, like me, who knew him through his work as an advocate for students and state student aid programs.

I met Chas about 25 years ago through The National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs (NASSGAP). His knowledge of issues and his commitment to the organization was so valuable and impressive. Literally, his presentations were the key element of every meeting.

Saving state and federal student aid partnerships was his special mission. He succeeded even in the face of supposedly insurmountable odds. As a result, millions of federal dollars were available to students for about two decades through state student aid programs. Tens of thousands of students across the country don't know it but they owe a good part of their college education to Chas' efforts.

I heard Chas say this about others, but I think this compliment clearly applied to Chas himself and was absolutely true – “Like in the old E.F. Hutton ad, when Chas spoke everyone stopped and listened”.

My sincere condolences go to his family, friends, and many, many, colleagues.
February 15, 2013
Chas was a colleague and dear friend through the NASSGAP organization since the early 90s. He was a great person that truly advanced the cause of state student financial aid. My sincere sympathies go out to his family. Chas will truly be missed.

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