Charles M. "Chuck" Christopherson

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  • "Chuck used to sit in his chair on his front porch..."
    - Neighbor JR
  • "I'm sorry I could not attend the service and spend more..."
    - Rick Taylor
  • "We were at Chris's house on Lakeshore Drive. Somehow, the..."
    - Joe Sharp
  • "Chris was the funniest person I ever knew. One time we were..."
    - Joe Sharp
  • "God Bless Gerry Frasier and his family...Chuck's memories..."
    - Tony Gilski
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(Aka, Sonny, Chris, Charlie)
December 4, 1933 ~ July 21, 2014

Before joining his wife of 54 years in heaven, Chuck spent his last days with all of his family around. His great sense of humor was present the entire time.
Next to family, his greatest passion was singing, with a special connection to Barbershop quartet. He also enjoyed beautiful cars and all the things that go with them. All of his dogs held a very special place in his heart. He is survived by his dog, Lucy.
Chuck often shared the fun times he had with the lunch bunch and breakfast buddies. You could often find him sitting in "his chair" on the porch just looking for friendly neighbors to stop by for a chat.
Chuck was a sailor in the United States Navy. He worked a few jobs, such as running the Columbia River in a tug boat, Phillips 66, and retiring from Olympic Pipe Line, Co.
Chuck is survived by his children, Debbie Young, Terry Christopherson, Coni Alleyn, Ed Christopherson and Brenda Felts. His large family also included three sons- in-law, Steve Young, Mike Alleyn and Mikey Felts; his daughter-in-law, Randi Christopherson; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by, the love of his life, Carol (Walker) Christopherson; his son, Daniel; and his sister, Lucy Frasier.
Memorial services will be held on Fri., Sept. 12, 2014, 4:00 p.m. at First Church of God, 3300 N.E. 78th St., Vancouver, WA 98682.
The family has asked that you share stories you have with Chuck on the online guest book so that we may capture memories of all that loved him.
Please sign his guest book at:
Published in The Columbian on Aug. 24, 2014
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