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November 28, 2014

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May 21, 2014
Harris was a truly remarkable man who never tired of helping others. He will be sorely missed by our community. Ron & Barbara Piva
May 19, 2014
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May 19, 2014
God Bless/RIP,to ALL who served in WWII.The USA would NOT be as it is today.Thank YOU for your 30yrs.Sgt/Major Chuck.Also Korea and 2 tours in NAM.And those 16 Combat Medals."Ask me what I was.For I was,Am and shall forever be a UNITED STATES MARINE'.
May 18, 2014
I am very sad to hear of Mr. Chuck's passing. He taught me to drive a school bus in 1976 and I've been driving one ever since! He was a wonderful teacher who made the class interesting and fun. I remember he was always very neatly and "crisply" dressed; shirt tucked into pressed pants with belt and dress shoes. I always felt safe going to his class at night at Vista High School. If there had ever been a problem of any kind, I had no doubt he could handle anything that happened with speed and efficiency. I saw him some years later at a wedding reception held at his home and he was still fit and sharp as ever. I am so glad he lived a long life! From the photo here, it appears he was still vibrant and happy. He was a very accomplished man of extremely high standards who made a very deep impression on me at a very painful time in my life. His professionalism and positive attitude gave me the confidence to carry on and work toward becoming a "person of quality" myself. I will never forget him and will continue to think of him fondly. I hope his passing was peaceful and send my deepest and sincerest sympathy to his family. May he rest in peace always.
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