Condolence: Just finding out about Chuck's passing and the news broke our hearts! So sorry that we were not aware of this sooner, Yvonne! You both have always been a special couple to us. Your love for one another for 35 years serves as an inspiration to us all. Chuck will certainly be missed on this side of Glory, but rejoice in the fact of where he is today and where we all long to be. You will certainly be in our prayers, Yvonne! We love you!
Condolence: I had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Charles(as I called him) for a very short time ,however in that short time I came to know a very sweet and kindhearted man who stole my heart from the beginning! he had a way with hos beautiful smile and always thankful. I too am very thankful for the time we had together. I am praying for your entire family.
Condolence: Please accept my heartfelt condolence to you and the family. Death will soon be swallowed up gone just think that enemy will be gone. (1 Corinthians 15:54; 1 Corinthians 15:26) The Loved one sleeping in death and will wake up to life here on Earth to live forever.(Psalms 13:3;1 Thessalonians 4:13; John 11:11-14; Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:11,29) I love to give comfort here's my email so you and the family can get more comfort.
Condolence: I had the pleasure of serving in the video ministry at Central with Chuck. I am so glad I got to spend some time around him-what a great man. My condolences to his family. You will be in my wife Ashli's and my prayers.
Condolence: Yvonne and Collin, I am praying for you. May GOD bless you.
My heart has been so sad since I received the news.
I met Chuck when I worked at WJZY-TV. I still remember the first Christmas commercial I did for the station. It took a million takes because I had a difficult time completing it in 30 seconds. I remember how patient Chuck was each time he would say "let's try it again". That was 28 years ago and I still have that commercial today. Chuck was my dear friend and brother. He was a wonderful man with a kind heart. Chuck loved the LORD. He loved his wife and family. I will truly miss him.
Condolence: Chuck was a dear friend and will be missed tremendously. I'll never forget how he would always send me a text message each holiday wishing me Happy Holiday, Merry Christmas, etc. He was very thoughtful.
He was a joy to work with and an excellent director. He always wanted to do his best in getting the message of Christ out to everyone that was watching. He was an inspiration to us all!
Condolence: Yvonne & Collin,
You are in my prayers in this time of loss.
I enjoyed working with Chuck and how he worked with all of us to put on the best production possible for all the folks watching.
He had lots of patience with the people learning or when a mistake was made, he helped us all to be better at our "jobs".
Going to miss him.
Condolence: Yvonne and Family,
Our hearts are broken over the loss of your precious Chuck! He was a very kind, gentle, and a great pleasure to work with him on camera. He always approached his work with professionalism and grace showing his love for the Lord!! He was a wonderful friend and we will miss him GREATLY (already do)! You and your family will always be in our thoughts and prayers! ❤️🙏
Condolence: Chuck began volunteering with Central's video crew when the tragedy of 911 happened. Whether running camera or being the best director ever our crew loved him and applauded every time in walked in the production booth. His skill and timing was awesome and his kindness in working with our crew whether they were video professionals or just beginning was a skill all television directors should learn. Until the last day or so his passing was difficult to comprehend. Then I got to thinking about a "what if?"
This world is getting more more violent and godless. Jesus is coming soon. His return will be the biggest, the most dramatic, and the most incredible production ever. "What if" Jesus called Chuck home because He needs him to help direct the video for Christ's soon return? For sure, Chuck would know that the close up shot should be on Jesus.