In Memory

Charles Murr North

Charles Murray North, Marine Corps veteran,(age 65), died, Sunday, December 4, 2011 of complications resulting from a fall.  He'd been suffering from multiple myeloma and was in failing health.  He is survived by a sister; a son; and a daughter.  Internment ceremony at Santa Fe National Cemetery, Friday, December 16, 2011, 9:45 AM, for those who want to attend.  Arrangements by Daniels Family Funeral Services, (505) 821-0010.

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10/30/13 09:32 AM #1    

Larry Wyatt

Chuck and I were best friends during our Zia Elementary days.

He lived in the 300 block of Cardenas N.E. and I one block east at 337 Laguayra.

I remember my mom could yell out the back door "Larry ! Time for dinner" and I could easily hear her.

Chuck and his older brother Donny were young entepreneurs...had a lawn mowing company with a magnificent power mower with a Briggs and Stratten engine.

We built model airplanes together and looked forward to the September issues of Popular Science that had the new models of autos. His trees were better to climb than mine.

Good times.

A 1957 photo in the Wyatt's new addition on Laguayra ... left to right: Larry, Chuck, Bill Wyatt, Dorothy Wyatt.


10/31/13 11:02 AM #2    

Nancy Aimes (Mayo)

Chuck and I went way back to Zia and ballroom classes and cotillions.  He contacted me way back when I lived in OKC.  After I came home in the early 2000s', I saw his picture on the front page of the news paper.  He was protesting something to do with APS.  He had a very long, white beard.  I would never have recognized him.  I believe the obit said complications after a fall.


10/31/13 12:18 PM #3    

Karen Smith (Bavouset)

I knew Chuck from Jefferson Jr. High and Highland Highschool.  We were always in the chorus classes together and participated in several shows during highschool.  This is such a shock to me that he is gone.

10/31/13 06:25 PM #4    

Richard Steele

So sorry to learn of the passing of another Hornet.  Chuck's picture captures it all.  Always a fun person.  The Class of 64 needed members to keep us going  by providing laughter and a what me worry attitude. Chuck was one of them.   Dick Steele 

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