- 68 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 24, 1944
- Date of passing: Mar 27, 2012
|Let the memory of Charles be with us forever|
"Went on a hike this morning to White Tank Mountain Regional Park in memory of my husband. He went hiking there pretty much once a week. Felt like he was hiking with me. One of many, many cherished memories of our life together. I love and miss you always, Carlo."
"Carlos, always thinking of you. Miss you brother."
"Butch, miss you buddy.See you on the other side."
"It is difficult to believe that 11 years ago yesterday I married the love of my life. It was THE happiest day of my life and I never stop missing my husband...my beautiful Chuck."
"Butch was a great childhood friend. I was always impressed with his artistic ability. As mentioned by others I was another Butch and we always kidded about that. He is really missed."
"Thinking of you Charlie. Whenever the Bailey Home "Boys" get together, you are with us in spirit. We recall with great affection CCBSA (only we know what this means, lol), your creative lyrics to songs, your wit and your love for family and friends. I miss you. Bruce"
"March 24, 1944...the day your beautiful presence was brought into this world. I am so blessed to have known, loved, and been married to you. I think of, miss, and love you today and EVERY day."
"Carlos, you will always be missed. Kathy and I talk of you often and how much we miss you."
"Butch, you are never going to be forgotten by the Amityville Class of 1958-1962. There are 3 Butch's in that Class, Charlie , Bernie Goldberg and Wilbur Devine. Miss you Bro! RIP"
"This day has come once again, and although there is a sadness that fills my heart because you were needed in Heaven long before we were ready to let you go, memories of your smile and laughter chase the sadness away quickly. Over the past few years one memory has stayed with me and is ever a reminder that our Heavenly Father lives and angels do rejoice when we return to Heaven. When you left this earth I received a powerful confirmation that loved ones who had passed before you were singing and welcoming you back with open arms. It is in that confirmation that I am able to find peace. You are loved and missed."
"Today as like everyday you are greatly missed. I recently heard "What a wonderful world" and as I really thought about the words I gained an understanding why that was your favorite song. That is how you saw life and the beauty around you, you saw the good in people, and your life is a great example to us all. Today marks the 2nd year that you left this world, we miss you, your wisdom, and of course your laugh. I know that one day we will be reunited, and until then "May God be with you"."
"Butch – my childhood buddy – looked at the photos at this site and am so happy your legacy is rich and has been set, Good Friend, Good Man ~ pray for all of us!"
"Happy Birthday, Love! I miss you, miss you, miss you."
"From one Butch from Amityville, NY, to another, I miss you man!!"
"Happy Birthday to my beloved brother. Miss you every day."
"Chuck is greatly missed. He left footprints on the hearts of all those whom he came in contact with, he was a man of honesty and integrity who always tried to do the right thing. He loved his family and was proud to call them his. I am grateful for the opportunity I've had in my life to know such a wonderful man, and to have so many treasured memories. I miss your laugh Chucky!"
"Uncle Chuck was by far one of my most favorite people on this earth. He was hilarious and always fun to be with, but he also had a deep emotional, sensitive side, and I always felt that he really understood the things I was going through. He had a beautiful heart and true love for his family! There is a hole in our hearts without him. I think of him often! I love and miss you dearly, Unc!"
"When I first met Chuck, I thought he was a politician... people would gravitate to him. Most of the time, Chuck knew someone who knew someone who knew them… it was a small world for him, because he knew just about everyone! Chuck, I will remember the laughs we had at "Scotch Hour"."
"Chuck was a wonderful and very talented man. Our family was blessed
to have been able to share a part of his life. There is a vacancy in our hearts that can not be filled."
"everytime I visit the casino I see someone who looks like chuck playing a machine. He and I spent a lot of time playing... too much. anyway I miss hunting and playing and dinner with Big Chuck"
"Chuck was the funniest happy go lucky guy in our class. I'm certain he has all of our classmates with him laughing and sharing wonderful AMHS fun times. His STAR shines brightly in heaven ! RIP my friend !"
"I remember the first time I met my father in law when I went over there on my nervous 2nd date with my husband Chuck. When I walked in the door he said..ahhh! Number 17 chucky! *Ha ha* but that's ok..because this #17 got to know the entire family for many years and loved every minute of it. There's not a day that goes by that I miss Chuck and Anita and the love that they gave me."
"I go back to when I was six years old and thought Charlie's real name was Butch. I would often have dinner with his family and the fun we had is still vivid in my memory. Peace be with you my friend"
"Chuck was terrific and is missed by all who knew him. Great friend, great memories."
"My Carlo. I can not quantify how much I love and miss you. There is no measure large enough to express the enormity of the hole left in my life and in my heart since your passing. I cherish every minute that God gave us, and would give everything I had, everything I have, and everything I will have to have you back in this life. You are the most beautiful man I have ever known."
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