Charles Bernard Myer

Sacramento, California


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Charles Bernard "Chuck" Myer April 4, 1954 - Sept. 6, 2008 Former Resident of El Cerrito At age 54, Chuck Myer died peacefully at home in Rancho Cordova after a valiant three-year journey with cancer. He was a warm, witty, and gregarious man who will be missed by all who knew him in his...

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Hello Becky, Holly and Tim,
Was thinking of you on the retreat and I decided to write and tell you how much Chuck is missed by all of the members here. Also was sorry to hear about Kevin. Our love to each of you and the rest of the family.
Peace in Christ, Deloris

I am sorry such an obviously loving person had to leave so soon. I am sorry for our loss of a good person here on this earth. Deb Peterson-Sutherland
El Cerrito High Class of 1973 He is right "We only have time for love"

We did not know Chuck, but knew of him and his many accomplishments, through his proud mother and our dear friend, Florence.
We wish Becky, Holly, Tim and the rest of his family our best wishes as they deal with this sadness. You are lucky to have so many happy and loving memories which will help you heal during this difficult time.

Pastor Becky, Holly, and Tim, We are so sorry for your loss. Chuck was a wonderful man. He helped all those in need, and had a warm smile to offer everyone. He will be greatly missed in so many lives.

We were so fortunate that Chuck chose the Arden-Carmichael News to write for. His columns were the work of a writer who knew his craft well; who chose subjects with an intriguing story to tell -- and his telling of them was exceptional.

We all lost him too soon.

Our condolences to his family. Thank you for sharing him with us.

My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. One of the memories that I have of Chuck was on the Relay For Life a couple of years ago. We had been going back and forth as who the leader was on the amount of donations and I think he won in the end. But it was my turn to walk the track for an hour and he was to walk after me and he was there early and walked most of my hour with me to keep me company. We had a really nice conversation. I will miss him!

Dear Becky, Dale and Florence,

We are so sorry for your loss and you all are in our prayers.
Brian and Lisa (Cooper) Maki

On the (endless really) list of great things I grew to know and love about Chuck, my heart always warmed to his love of his Chico cousins' cooking. And, he made sure we knew just how much he appreciated the effort and heart that went into our food.

Then later, when our family opened Cafe Flo, he was equally supportive and enthusiastic. The cafe is around the corner from Trinity Methodist Church which made it all the more perfect as a part of Chuck's extended family.

Becky Holly Tim Florence Dale and all extented family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Please know if there is anything I can do for you, all you have to do is ask.