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Chuck was one of the EMC techs who came to our facility to work on equipment. He always came with a smiile that will be missed.
God Bless Chuck. We will miss you. My wife and I will put your name on the prayer list at St. Brendan's Catholic Church when we go to mass on Sunday.
Every time Mr. Weng came to the Duluth office he made sure he came to see the girls in the cafe and eat breakfast . He was one of our favorites and he and his smile will truely be missed! May the Lord be with you and his family. He truely was one of a kind.
The girls, Bekki Bailey and LeeAnne McClean
Lo siento mucho
A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly : and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother.
what a blessing Chuck has been to many, he has been a great Christian example. His family must be very proud that he made so many lasting friends, and we were blessed by his good companion through the years.
Farewell Chuck, until we meet again in the courts of the Lord!
I first met Chuck five years ago when he transferred to Columbus from LA at EMC. After working with him for a brief period I knew he was an exceptional man of integrity and character. He was thorough in performing his job, supporting his customers, and fellow colleagues, often selflessly sacrificing personal time to pull shifts where needed, and getting the job done no matter what it took. He was also a good friend of mine who inspired me to become stronger when faced with adversity, and offered encouragement and support when I needed it most.
Farewell my friend. I look forward to seeing you again in the reunion to come.
I met Chuck around 4 years ago at Aflac where he supported our EMC SAN systems. He was always ready to help and always had kind words and a really big smile. It was always a distinct honor to work with him and to hear his gentle greetings. You will be missed Chuck!
God bless you and your family Chuck.
Aflac Senior Systems Administrator
Chuck was more friend than colleague to me.
More times than I can count Chuck jumped in to help someone out with an account. His, yours, or someone elses it did not matter.
If you had helped him Chuck would "go to the firewall" to help you. Iron Man of Columbus, Mr. Timex (takes a licking and keeps on ticking), and after an car incident 'Crash' were nicknames respectfully given to a man who seemed invincible.
Chuck was a bright light in our lives both personally and professionally.
Rest Well Chuck.
Chuck was an exceptional person. He was dedicated to his work and always did his best. He serviced our customers with excellence and had an exceptional rapport with them. He will be missed!
I worked as the administrator in Chuck's group in Atlanta. Whenever Chuck was visiting the office he would round the corner and shout out "Hay Lady" I knew I would look up to big smile, a hearty hug and a little friendly conversation! I admired Chuck's love of country, love of family and enuine love of people. He is one of the good guys; heaven's gain!
I feel cheated to have only known Chuck for 5 years in reality, and wish it had been many, many more. His positive enthusiasm was constantly being shed to all he encountered, and he always made everyone laugh (the real belly laugh kind). It was also amazing to me that we had some of the same friends both in MA. and CA.
Chuck was all about family, and I don’t ever remember speaking to him off EMC time, that either Carol and / or his granddaughter were always with him. Like so many of Crash’s friends, he had a tendency to think with his stomach. While in route to a site someone asked where we could get some good chicken. Before others could answer, I said there is no La Pollo Loco on the east coast, looked at Crash, and it appeared he had transcended to CA and was actually enjoying the aroma in downtown Irvine with his eyes closed and a wide grin.
God bless you and rest easy buddy.