Condolences:

Mr.& Mrs. Jervis and Sandra Thornton and Family posted on December 23, 2018
We wish the family God's peace, comfort and courage to face the days ahead. God bless you all to hold on to the memories in your heart forever. Sending you all our love and prayers.
 

Cheryl & William Daniels posted on December 22, 2018
It's hard to say goodbye to such a dear friend to myself and my husband Bill, we were like family too. He was so engaging and willing to be there for those that he knew and those that he didn't He was so kind and we all looked out to see if he was on his grill and a couple of times that my husband took a pack of hotdogs and asked him if he could put them on his grill and of course he sent back the hotdogs and he sent chicken, ribs and the side's too. That's just how he was. There are so many things that we will always remember and I'm sure many others that will make us smile. I'm praying for his wife Barbara and all of his children and family. My husband just said that Charles will be a hard act to follow. We loved you then and we still love you.R.I.H. you had earned your wing's. Fly high and fly high.
 

Erica Graham Howell posted on December 19, 2018
I will miss you so much more than you’ll ever know this is not goodbye but see you later I love you Dad! Somebody told me today to not be sad because to be absent from the body is to be present with the lord!
 

Sonja Elekhtaby (formerly Murray) posted on December 12, 2018
Please know how very saddened I was when I heard of Chucky's passing. His loss will be felt as he was a beloved husband, father, brother, uncle, and friend. I cannot imagine how painful it is for you, but do not forget that your family and friends will always be there to console you. May Jehovah provide you all with the strength you need to cope with this difficult situation.
 

Love Bowden posted on December 11, 2018
Carolyn