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Chauncey Warren Uphoff Obituary
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December 14, 2019

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Kathi Young, a friend of the Uphoff family.
April 3, 2016
It's has been quite a while but I still think of Chauncey at times. He encouraged me to become the person I am today. Recently, I added the Parable of the Popcorn to the cbboff.org web page in the Proclamations section at http://cbboff.org/Proclamations as an example of his inimicable humor and style.
December 5, 2011
I only knew Chauncey for a short while, I met Him and Linda as a teen through a relative, then only spent a few times with him through the years as an adult. But he made me dream of greater things and think, Chauncey wanted everyone he knew to think. What amazed me most was not his incredible genius and accomplishments, it was his incredible ability to make me feel comfortable and (not) inferior. He was so amazing and interesting to listen to and be around it is impossible to put into words. I count myself blessed and honored to have know him. I will cherish his memory and brag to have know him all of my days!! Standing in the room with him, to me, was like a rock standing next to the sun.
March 26, 2007
My dad was a great man and finally became the daddy I'd always wanted. I miss him and love him very much. His faith in my mathematical skills warmed my heart and will forever give me hope that I might live the legacy that he left behind.
May 26, 2005
Chauncey and I worked together during the late '60s at McDonnell Douglas & had a lot of fun. During the 2 yrs prior to his death, we teamed again by long distance. In May of 03, he came to my birthday party - the last time I saw him in person. I am a baritone, but Chauncey made me feel like a tenor. I consider myself a free spirit, but Chauncey made me feel hopelessly traditional. He knew how to time share life and fun, and enriched the life of every person he met.
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