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January 08, 2015
I had the pleasure of meeting Charles when my brother was stationed with him in Hawaii. My first and lasting impression of him was how incredibly smart he was. I was telling a friend just today about a drink that they had in Hawaii that I used to like, and it reminded me of Charles because he was the one that introduced me to it. Charles was a great man, and he is sorely missed by many.
November 16, 2014
It's not very often that time goes by without me not thinking about and remembering you. Our platoon photo sits on my desk and I remember all the long talks we used to have whenever I made checks in the barracks. You were a very funny guy when your had the floor with all your crazy jokes. Man, did we have fun. You are always missed.
November 09, 2014
I love you man, with Veterans Day right around the corner all I can think about is how YOU were there for me after my knee surgery. Coming in my room with stories and jokes cheering me up. I miss you and will always love you Wells.
May 02, 2014
I sure miss,i love u very much.R.I.P. Davey,love ur aunt brenda
May 02, 2014
Today was your third anniversary in heaven, Charles. You were thought of, and are exceedingly missed. As a youth, your laugh and joy were infectious, and your corny jokes were something else! There was no guile in you. You were a gentle and loving boy, and you were always looking out for your mother. I miss you so much, with all my heart, times infinity. Mom
May 02, 2014
It's been three years now since you graduated from this place. Like a friend
told me once, you left the classroom of life...and I am still a student. It doesn't feel so impossible anymore. I experience intermittent joy again now, but life is changed without you in it. I miss you, sonny boy.
April 05, 2013
The days are getting longer with the feel of spring in the air, and the 2nd anniversary of your leaving us is soon approaching. I still have tears, but they are less bitter now. I can see colors again. Yet my heart still yearns for you, and I look forward to the time I'll see you again. I love you sonny boy. Mom
March 14, 2013
My sweet lil' cousin Charles, I'm so sad I didn't get to know you. You are so handsome and so very brave. I love you. I'll see you one day in heaven and hug you. Heck, Im hugging you right now in my spirit. *squeezes.you.tight* Love, your big cousin Jules
March 12, 2013
I still miss you, you know. Immensely. There is no one like you in all the world. People told me that I would start noticing people that look like you, but I haven't yet.
September 25, 2012
Our second of Charles' birthdays without him (September 19) ~

Happy birthday precious one. This is our second of your birthdays without you here. Your dad, brother, grama Jne & Gene, Larry & I sprinkled your ashes today into your favorite river. It was a fitting day, with tears falling from heaven joining with our own. The boxes I made in my grief therapy session representing your life before the illness and after...we all wrote stuff to put inside, and released it on the river as well.

Afterwards, we were going to have lunch at the Roadhouse, but Rob wanted to try the micro-brews across the street there, so we switched plans. Grama, Larry, and I played a game of 10,000 in your honor, each putting down a quarter on the game the way you and I used to. To top the day off, I had an ice cream cone on the drive home, ice cream being your favorite thing for birthdays instead of cake! I wish you had been here in person to celebrate your birthday with us. We love you so much and we miss you more than words can express.

Love,
Mom

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