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Offline Dee_Davis

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Harvey Chuck Fennell
« on: Jul 23, 2013, 08:00 »
Chuck passed away on 7/22/13 at his home in Grand Junction Co. With his daughter at his side. He will be missed.
Chuck worked at Fernald for several years and then went to Idaho falls

Celebration of life on the best day of my dads life, my birthday, August 9th 5-9pm Lincoln park in grand junction, pot luck bring a dish and a story to share, no glass bottles, under big shelter by the pool

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Re: Harvey Chuck Fennell
« Reply #1 on: Jul 23, 2013, 09:28 »
Hey Dee this is a sad day. Loved the guy, he was a very good friend. He will be miss. This world will not be the same with out you Chuck. For his family i feel their lost. May God Bless them and comfort them at this time.


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Re: Harvey Chuck Fennell
« Reply #2 on: Jul 24, 2013, 01:01 »
Very sad, sorry to hear this, I loved to work with Chuck, spent alot of time talking with him at Fernald in Ohio working T-19  with him. What a terrible loss, way to young! Chuck you are an awesome man and I am left with alot of great memories we all had fun with you. Will miss you! God Bless You; God Bless your family.  :'(

With heart felt sympathy!!

Kathleen Wiggins
« Last Edit: Jul 24, 2013, 01:03 by Ginger Bread Woman »

Offline old raddog

Re: Harvey Chuck Fennell
« Reply #3 on: Jul 25, 2013, 02:23 »
Hey Chuck,

I know you can hear me Bro, you will be missed deeply, you were a very good RCT, and a very good friend. We had a lot of good times working together at Fernald. For your Family they are in my prayers Bro.

Miss you and love you Bro
Sam

Offline kaward1961

Re: Harvey Chuck Fennell
« Reply #4 on: Jul 25, 2013, 01:27 »
Working with Chuck in Moab UT at the mill tailings site made every day different. He was told while there of the cancer, had some surgery, informed again of more cancer...and the whole time he had this upbeat wonderful attitude. Even joking about it. One would think that with all this in ones life, it would be difficult to keep such an attitude as he did, even while in pain, but he did. Always having a good 'good ole days' story to tell. Chuckleberry, you will be missed by a lot of people.

 


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