Condolences for Charles A. “Chuck” Millick

Emily Shrut and family posted on 9/22/21

With heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your father. May the love, prayers and support of your family and friends bring you comfort during this most difficult time.

 

Steve and Audrey Hurley posted on 9/10/21

Brad and Todd. Chuck and I were classmates at WP and shared marching on the color guard. Also, he was an usher at our Polish wedding. We were fortunate to be able to get together several times when he was in the DC area. He was a fine friend and classmate and will be missed. Our deepest sympathies to you. May he rest in peace!

 

Stephanie Jaros posted on 9/4/21

From all of us in Monterey, we’re so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts.

 

Doris G. posted on 9/3/21

My deepest condolences to the family. Your dad's great legacy lives on through the great men that you are.

 

David E. Glover posted on 9/3/21

Dr. Millick, sending my condolences and prayers to you and your family.

 

Franco Neto posted on 9/3/21

Please accept our deepest condolences for your father's passing. The Neto Family

 

Nancy (Glenn) Welch posted on 9/3/21

Brad and Todd, I am sorry to hear of your father's passing. I was his neighbor on Ridgewood. He and your mother were also such kind and caring people. I will remember him fondly.

 

DON HOPKINS posted on 9/2/21

Brad & Todd, our hearts are saddened to hear of your father's passing. It's been a long journey, but you were with him every step of the way. You're in our prayers. Don & Michelle Hopkins

 

Brad's Pentagon Family posted on 9/2/21

Brad, your father was a wonderful man and clearly well loved by all. Please accept our most heartfelt condolences and know that he is in God's loving arms. He has certainly by now established a new patrol base and is watching over you and Todd.

 

Rod Wyrick posted on 9/2/21

Todd, We send our condolences to you and your family following the passing of your dad. You're in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Rod and Tonya

 

Ed and Pat Helal posted on 9/2/21

Thinking of how Chuck and I met at Linsly in 1951 and kept in touch while he was at West Point. We continued on into our marriages and the growth of our families. The kids became good friends when we vacationed together throughout the years and at his family reunions in Wheeling. Of late, it was trips to Wheeling to visit and many phone calls. He was always so upbeat—no matter his health situations. You, Chuck, are a person about whom the following words, from Maya Angelou, were written: “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” We'll never forget this important aspect of you--and Carol. We miss you! See you later, dear friend!

 

Shelley Maurizi Wilburn posted on 9/2/21

Dear Brad & Todd, I’m so sorry for the loss of your father. He was always a pleasure to be around... My deepest condolences to you both! My deepest regrets I can not attend... Sending Love & Light to you both❣️

 

Lawrence Jones posted on 9/1/21

Chuck's Family, It was a great pleasure to be his colleague at Wheeling Jesuit University. We had many wonderful discussions about military service, teaching, leadership, and the MBA Program. He was brilliant, witty, knowledgeable and personable. We all share in your loss. H. Lawrence (Larry) Jones, Ed.D.

 

COL (Ret.) Bruce Meredith posted on 9/1/21

Chuck was the best athlete on our class of '55 football and basketball teams. I will always remember him for that. We also served in the same branch of the Army, but at different locations. Taps & Present Arms. Regret that I was unable to come to the reunion last year to see him. The man was a leader, too soon gone.

 

Mary Ann Bucon Miller posted on 9/1/21

Brad and Todd, With my deepest sympathies on your loss.

 

Mary Ann Bucon Miller posted on 9/1/21

Brad and Todd, With deepest sympathies on your loss.

 

Ron Wickham posted on 9/1/21

Chuck called us the Bethlehem Boys. Many great memories. I am blessed to have known him.

 

David and Marcia Laughlin posted on 9/1/21

We wish to send our sincere condolences to Brad And Todd. Chuck was a classmate and a wonderful person. I loved the picnics and being included with his wonderful family. He will always be missed by so many. So sorry for your loss of your dad.

 

David and Marcia Laughlin posted on 9/1/21

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Thomas O'Brien posted on 9/1/21

Sincere condolences to the family. I remember Chuck from Linsly. Tom O'Brien, LMI, '54.

 

Peggy Keys and Ed Gustkey posted on 9/1/21

Dear Brad and Todd, please accept our sincere sympathy for the passing of your beloved Dad. We have wonderful memories of him throughout many years, especially the family reunion picnics. We were treated like family along with Chuck's classmates of 1955. We will always remember Chuck with his beautiful loving smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Peggy Keys and Ed Gustkey

 

Gretchen (Hutter) Kaufman posted on 9/1/21

My family has many many fond memories of Chuck. We’ve always enjoyed being with him and his wonderful family. Chuck will be missed very much.