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Reply Angelique Truex
12:22 PM on December 28, 2020 
I was so sorry to hear about your lose. Chuck was an amazing instructor to our daughter. She cried when I broke the news to her. So sorry for your lost he is going to be missed.
Reply Christy Duffy
7:33 PM on October 16, 2020 

I enjoyed reading this special tribute about Chuck. Wow, he sure did even more than what I knew, don't know how he ever kept up. He was such a special person, had priorities straight always putting family first, and endless energy to run the dojo with such passion. Things most people struggle to juggle, he did with ease, and always with a smile. He was an inspiration and support to so many people, and by his teachings, he will live on.  My sincere heartfelt sympathy go out to Tammy, Chase and Kaelin. Also, to his dojo teaching assistants, students and friends. We have lost a beautiful person on earth, but have gained a badass protective angel!  Rest in peace, until we all meet you again.  Love to his family.  

Reply Aaron/Mandi/Alex Schwartz
6:10 PM on October 1, 2020 
Sense Chuck was a speacial person and he certainly loved the kids and was great with them.. Miss you Chuck R.I.P
Reply Tommie Grabiec
8:48 AM on September 26, 2020 
I had the pleasure of knowing Chuck for a short time. He is kind, dedicated and will be missed.
Reply Chelsea Shipley
4:59 PM on September 24, 2020 
Chuck was more than just a teacher to me. He was family. He taught me since the age of seven. I was a part of the academy for roughly ten years and it has impacted me so much. Chuck got me to my first degree black belt and took me under his wing in teaching me how to become a teacher as well. He was an absolutely incredible person who I dearly miss. The pataskala martial arts academy was more than just a dojo. He created a wonderful community and a family. For that I am so grateful and so blessed I have had the pleasure of meeting him. He has done so much for me. I used to be a really shy person with little confidence. He changed me for the better. The dojo has always been home to me.
Reply Mark Duffy
4:23 PM on September 24, 2020 

I am so grateful that you wrote this and shared it with us.
We don’t always get to experience each other outside of work. These stories and your humor bring life back to a soul that is very much missed.


Reply Julie Williams
1:22 PM on September 24, 2020 
Chuck was a funny/fun loving guy, I enjoyed his personality which really shinned. Very enjoyable to work with though I had very little contact with him, doing some reworks, bit of joking around when we would pass each other or when receiving/returning some rework.
Reply Howard Cothern
10:37 AM on September 24, 2020 

Chuck was a good person that would have no problem here at work helping anyone. but he would have to fit it in between the responsibilities that he had here at ABB. He was really fun to talk with. I would often talk to him about the wolfe and another creature that had what looked like vines wrapped around it. He will truly be missed.

Reply Debbie Nelson
1:08 AM on September 24, 2020 
This obituary is a priceless work of art. It describes him to a Tee. He never stopped moving and planning new adventures from the minute he was born. Everyone stood back when he got " that look", which was most of the time ..He definitely lived a life to celebrate.