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Charles "Chuck" Crowther

Brattleboro, Vermont

Jul 2, 1936 – May 14, 2020 (Age 83)


July 2, 1936
May 14, 2020
Brattleboro, Vermont


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Ker Phaneuf Funeral Homes & Crematorium Obituary

Charles W. Crowther, 83, passed away peacefully on May 14, 2020, at his home in Brattleboro, Vermont. He was born on July 2, 1936 in E. Derry, NH, the second son of Stephen T. Crowther and Margaret Elizabeth (Gleason) Crowther. He grew up in Laconia, NH with parents and brother Tom. He was the...

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Thank you, friends, for these lovely memories. Chuck was devoted to his friends and students and considered them part of his family. He did travel a lot! Wonder where he's off to now! I do wish we could gather in person, but these thoughts are lighting up the days! Blessings to you all.

chuck will be greatly missed at the Senior Center. always with a smile, cheerful and when there was music and singing, he would sing. our sympathy to maisie and family.

I was one of his students many years ago. I can't begin to express the degree to which he influenced my life for good. He was an amazing teacher and a wonderful human being.

Chuck will be dearly missed at our lunch table at the Senior Center. Maisie, my prayers are with you, your children and family.

Chuck was a wonderful man and part of a terrific family my family was honored to be friendly with over the years. I will never be able to count the ways Chuck astounded and warmed me with his vibrant ways and ideas. Chip Cummings, Burlington, VT, formerly Brattleboro.

Dear Maisie, Carol, and Mark,
This is such a sad time for you all. My deepest condolences to you. Chuck's enthusiasm for teaching and traveling contributed to the learning of people from all over the world. He has passed, but his legacy lives on.

It was always fun to play tennis with Chuck on those Sunday mornings. His humor made the early hour easier to overcome. We also enjoyed relating stories about our military service experiences. He will be missed.

Chuck was a friend to have. His humor will be missed. My condolences to the family.

Doug Switzer

Maisie, Carol and Mark. I am so sorry to read of Chuck's passing. All of you were special to me as friend or students. Chuck was a wonderful cheerleader for all of our music offerings, and it was always so good to see him at shows - long after I retired. I will keep you all in my thoughts, and I wish you peace.