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Chuck married the love of his life, Bernadine Glenn on Oct.24, 1953 and celebrated 63 years of marriage until her death on Nov. Chuck and Bernie spent their first few years in Kendrick at which time they built their family, first Chad, then Gail and then Amy.Chuck tinkered with woodworking for many years making toys and home décor items.
He is survived by wife, Sherryl; son, Tony of Athol; daughter, Julie of Pullman, WA; son, Mark (Gwen) of Peck; and Jamie (Brandon) Cunningham of Clarkston.
Charles (known to many as Chuck) was at his home on Grangemont Rd., Orofino with his children when he passed.
He then moved to and attended Kendrick schools, graduating from Kendrick High School in 1946. Chuck attended the University of Idaho for a short period then began working in the woods to aid in supporting his mother and siblings as Chuck's father died in 1947.
Lee loved his 12 grandkids and 15 great-grandkids and always looked forward to sausage-making time.
He would entertain the great-grandkids while everyone else worked.