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In Memory

Charlie Steele

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11/17/08 08:22 PM #1    

Patsy Baker (Perry)

While I was at Winthrop, I had the great privilege of living with Charlie's parents one year while he was away at school. I came to feel like I had another brother. Charlie had the most unique sense of humor and he was a treasure to be around. I have missed him through the years.

01/03/09 06:46 PM #2    

Linda Woodall (Baker)

Charlie Steele and I were kindred spirits. Besides our times in class at Sullivan, I got to know him really well in Mrs. Kykendal's art appreciation class at RHHS...he tried to sculpt my head..boy, we had some laughs from that one. Charlie, the world would be a better place if you were still here with us!!!

02/03/09 01:36 AM #3    

Jan Carnes (Ferrell)

Charlie was a boy wonder. He and Miss Koon, the French teacher, conversed in French as the rest of the class just listened because we did not know French II.

Charlie played the organ at my wedding. He jokingly said he should play the song from Westside Story - Tonight. But we were afraid the wedding would be stopped. Charlie did compose a song for my wedding and I still cherish it today.

Charlie, we miss you.

09/17/09 10:49 PM #4    

Bill Hilton Jr.

Charlie and I played non-identical twin brothers in one of the class plays--I think it was our junior year. The title was "More Than Welcome." Charlie was very good at being a thespian; I, on the other hand, never really learned all my lines. He was a hoot to work with, a truly funny and loving guy.

08/28/19 03:40 PM #5    

Kathye Williams (Davis)

I met  Charlie and Dick Spencer in 4th grade.  They were both fantastic friends academic competition.  I would really like to be able to sit down and chat with them again.  THey wern't bad at dodge ball either. 

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