Lutz, Florida

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My deepest condolences to the Knuckles family. I am so proud to have known Chuck. It was so good to see him again at the class reunion. He truly is a special person. We are all so blessed to have had Chuck touch our lives. He will be missed but not forgotten.

You cannot turn this page without bringing one more smile.

Your reach was long and you touched so many throughout your life Chuck. We'll look back on your life hoping our lives may be remembered so fondly - by so many. You kept me in the loop these last years my friend. I know you are dreaming easy with the angels now. If you find yourself bored, look for my brother, no doubt he'll share some laughs with you till we all see each other again.

Elaine, Charlie, and Rex,
Bob, Amanda and I are thinking of you all at this time. He was the love that will be with you all forever.
The Filardo's
and the Buccaneer Bay Region of Odyssey of the Mind

You'll always be with me...your bro Chuck

Your loving sisters and mother will never be the same without were truly a light in our lives..We love you so much and will always miss you...Mom, Sandi and Barb

I will always love you and miss were a joy to you're God's joy..I know I will see you again...Love Mom

Precious little brother, I know God and Daddy are with you. Until we meet again...

My dear, dear sweet "baby brother"...mere words cannot express the hole in my heart that I will always have...I love you so and will always keep you near and alive in my heart!!!!! I am so glad you finally have peace and comfort away from that awful disease!! I will love you always!!!

May you find comfort in the days ahead. Your Tampa Palms family loves you!

Gina Konicek


Charles's Obituary

KNUCKLES, Charles R. "Chuck", 55, of Lutz, FL, passed away on Thursday, November 15, 2012. Born March 24, 1957 in Detroit, MI. Chuck spent his early years in Pineville, KY, before returning to Detroit, where he graduated from Annapolis High School in 1975. In the early 1980's, Chuck...

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