The online guestbook for Charles Stone

Posted on October 06, 2012
Posted by: Joseph Rizzari
From: East Longmeadow MASSACHUSETTS

Message: So many years we enjoyed your humor and kindness., you will be sadly missed by all, our many mutual friends, fellow skiers.

Posted on October 10, 2012
Posted by: Rose Angelone
From: Cromwell CT

Message: My thoughts and sympathies are with your family. Chas will be greatly missed by so many people. He was a very thoughtful man, and had a knack for making people laugh and smile. He was a big part of the reason for my joining my old ski club -He was on the first trip I attended and he made me (and my friends) feel very welcome, made us laugh (a lot!!) and made us feel like we had known him forever. That charming and bubbly personality continued, and we shared many laughs throughout the years. I was so sorry to hear that he was sad in the end... and that he has left us.

Posted on September 29, 2012
Posted by: cheryl daniels
From: west hartford ct

Message: Dear Caron and Family, I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Chuck. It has been a long time since I saw him or any of our small family. I am sorry we all have let so much time pass and this is a somber way to be in touch. I have you all in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. You have my sincere sympathy. With Love, Your cousin Cheryl

Posted on September 29, 2012
Posted by: Joanne Cohen
From: Vernon CT

Message: I am so sorry for your loss. Caron, I live in the home you grew up in. My (our) neighbors and people I've met in the community have always spoken so highly of your family, and we have mutual friends. I recently learned that my father knows your husband and his brother from New Haven. If you'd like to stop by anytime, I'd love to meet you, and you're more than welcome to visit your old home if you would like to. Please don't hesitate to call me or just come by. Again, my condolences on the loss of your brother. Wishing you comfort and peace at this ad time. Warmly, Joanne Cohen, MSW, LCSW

Posted on September 29, 2012
Posted by: vincent mcgivney
From: cromwell ct

Message: Chas always a people person by job as a social worker and as a friend. Plus he funny and loving concerning the people he met. Wonderful man of positive life. I applaude! I was a room mate at Oak St. Rockville. Also,I once had bad accident,and he was a good friend to me to help me. Chas one of the best humans I have met in my life. His spirit still lives because of essence of So many others from the old days would agree with me. Many have moved away. Chas,I point up at full moon tonight. All peace my good friend. The guy actually loved other people

Posted on October 01, 2012
Posted by: JIm Luddecke
From: Rockville CT

Message: Caron and family - For many years, and to our good fortune, Chuck was treated as family, from picnics to celebrations to Sunday dinners, to being there as a friend. And that will always be said with a great deal of pride. I don’t know if the transition from lifeguard to social worker was as harmoniously evident then, as it is now, but he spent much of his remarkable life taking care of others. When Chuck entered a room, his presence was instantly felt, filling it with humor and compassion, and always lending definition to the nuances of the moment. And upon departure, it’s a tribute that it be so significant. Please accept our heartfelt respect and sympathy, Love, Jim and Diane Luddecke and family.

Posted on October 04, 2012
Posted by: David Dahle

Message: Chas, I will miss you. There will forever be a void in my heart, a space that you occupied with fondness. Rest in peace dear friend, rest in peace.

Posted on October 18, 2012
Posted by: Sandi Metropolis
From: South Glastonbury CT

Message: It is with great disbelief that I heard on Chas's passing.He was a good friend and collegue to many of us who knew him. I morn his passing but smile and remember the weekends on Nantucket, the cocktails on the beach on Block Island and the many ski trips. To his family, my deepest sympathy but know that he was loved by many of us and will be sorely missed. Rest in peace, Chas.

Posted on October 26, 2012
Posted by: Sue and Matt Alaimo
From: punta gorda fl

Message: We both are saddened to hear of Chas's passing. We knew Chas from the CT sports club 30+ years ago. He was a wonderful person. We are so sorry for your loss.

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