Charles A. Castaneda
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Sgt. E8 Charles A. Castaneda (Tony, Chief ) of Anniston, AL Passed away at his home on April 22, 2021. He is survived by his sister: Jackie Davies of Arizona.His children: Tony Castaneda (Wendy Castaneda), Patty Brooks (Tim Brooks), Jackie Brooks (Steve Brooks). His grandchildren: Jason Maxwell (Beth), Daniel Castaneda, Timothy Castaneda (Truett) Jennifer Brooks (Pat) Allison Walker (Chris),JD Brooks, John Brooks, and Andrew Castaneda. He also is survived by great-grandchildren: Gage, Haven, Mason, Peidon, Ellie, Brandyn, and Jimmy. AJ, Tater. He is preceded in death by his wife Roxie Castaneda, daughter Cathy Walker. His parents and three brothers and a host of other relatives. He was a very proud Military Veteran who proudly served in the Army. He did two tours in Vietnam with the 11th Cavalry with his brother Buddy. Graveside services will be held on Friday, May 14, 2021. At 12:00pm at Forestlawn Cemetery.



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Published in The Anniston Star on May 13, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
MAY
14
Graveside service
12:00 PM
Forestlawn Cemetery
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May 13, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Cheyenne Deese
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May 13, 2021
Our sincere condolences to the children and the family and friends of Sergaent Charles A. Castaneda. His fellow troopers of the 11th Armored Cavalry’s Veterans of Vietnam and Cambodia, salute our fallen brother. Sergeant Castaneda served courageously and unselfishly with the 37th Medical Company of the Regiment in 1969 and 1970, and it was our privilege to have him in the ranks of the Legendary Blackhorse Regiment. Our loss is that of another brother down and we will continue to honor his memory at our gatherings and at our annual reunion. He was a great leader of men and an exemplary soldier. His name will be listed on the roll of our honored dead and in our newsletter, Thunder Run. But as our Burial Liturgy clearly states: “life has not ended, merely changed” and Charles soul continues on an endless path. As we were together then (in Vietnam), we will be together again in the life hereafter, comfortably enfolded in the loving arms of our Merciful Father.

•Chaplain Blandin W. Karabinos, 11th ACVVC (Vietnam 71-72)


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