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Charles William Meyer

Bryan, Texas

Sep 22, 1923 – Aug 21, 2013

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To the families of Charles Meyer:
Chuck was a great person to be around. Chuck and I ushered at church for many years. His constant smile and friendship will remain in my memory bank. May the Lord grant Chuck eternal rest with Dorothy.

I was so sorry to hear about Chuck - Chris talked about him often - they kept in touch. Our deepest sympathy to all of you -

God bless - Natalie Moise and Family

Uncle Charlie will hold a special place in the hearts of my family. I always felt honored that you were chosen as my Godfather. You had an easy personality and a gift for conversation. You were a joy to be around.

Chuck was a great guy to know especially for all the fine years that we were together in the American Legion Post 159. He always had a smile on his face, and he had a great sense of humor. He was always a very good worker and fun person to be around. We will really miss him.

I'll say goodby for now to my brother in law, Chuck. You were like a brother to me and I love you like a brother. A&M football game day won't be the same without meeting you for breakfast or lunch. I know Dorothy is glad to see you! Vios Con Dios! Margie

To express our deep sympathy to you on the passing of "Chuck". We thank Charles for serving our country in the U.S. Navy during WW II in the Pacific. We thank Charles for being a 39 year member of the American Legion & a Paid-Up-for-Life Member. We thank you Charles for all of your contributions to the American Legion.


Charles's Obituaries

Charles Meyer was born in Akron, OH to Clarence and Luella Meyer. He enlisted in the US Navyin 1942 at the age of 21 and served until he was honorably discharged in 1946. During his tenure in the Navy, Charles served in the Pacific Fleet in WWII. After serving his country, he worked for Ford...

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