Sad news.. We've heard that Chuck had a serious accident resulting in a brain injury, and it is unlikely he will recover. Please kick a few bucks towards his family.
UPDATE -- On Sunday 3/13 Chuck was taken off life support and passed away peacefully. He will be transported from Wausau WI to Arlington Heights IL. Wake will be Thursday 3/17 at Glueckerts Funeral Home in Arlington Heights and Funeral Mass will be Friday 3/18 at noon at St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. Chuck is survived by his wife of 10 Year Misuk, and 3 children Ben age 6, Peter age 4 and Charlie, age 1. The funds will be used to pay the considerable medical bills, funeral expenses and set up a living and college fund. Please donate and help. Thank you.
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