Let the memory of Charles be with us forever
  • 68 years old
  • Born on June 12, 1947 in GIG HARBOR, Washington, United States.
  • Passed away on June 27, 2015 in Tacoma, Washington, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Charles McKenzie, 69, born on June 12, 1947 and passed away on June 27, 2015. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Charles McKenzie Jr on 2nd December 2018
Hi dad. Just wanted to stop by and say hello. Say hi to all the family and hopefully I won't have to stay here more than 20 or so years and will be able to see you all again. Love ya dad.
Posted by Charles McKenzie Jr on 28th June 2018
Just dropped in to see who left you a message dad and seen that my daughter Desi was the one. Times like this makes me wish even more that you were here. You'd be proud of what she has changed in her life and how much she has accomplished. You're a great grandpa to an amazing and beautiful little girl that I know you would have fallen in love with just as fast as I did. Her name is E'vona and she's really really smart and such a little character. I'm so proud of how amazing Desi is at being a mom and so relieved she isn't following in her mom's footsteps. Again I wish you could be here for all this but since you can't I'm trying the best I can to be the type of father you came to be. I'm taking everything I've learned from you and grandpa and grandma so that I can show Desi and E'vona how it feels to love unconditionally. I just hope I don't fail. Love you dad.
Posted by Desiree Desire on 27th June 2018
Hey grandpa I wanted to say I love & miss you soo much I wish you were still here ! I go past the gas station every day and I just wish you were there so I can stop by and say hi
Posted by Charles McKenzie Jr on 12th June 2016
I love you dad. Happy Birthday. Say hi to all the family up there with you and I'll see you when it's my turn.
Posted by Bill Phipps on 12th June 2016
Happy Birthday Uncle Chuck, miss you lots. Miss seeing you every day, and especially our Talks. You were my Uncle, but more importantly...my Friend. Love you!!!

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