Mr. Charles S. Walrath Jr.
December 4, 1930 - December 29, 2020
Vance Brooks
Scott Hyland
Steve and Pamela Moody
Marion Ford
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Ft. Mitchell National Cemetery
Friday 1/22, 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Graveside Service

Mr. Charles “Chuck” Scott Walrath, Jr., 90, of Phenix City, AL gained his angel wings on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at Martin Army Hospital on Ft. Benning.  He currently resided at The Gardens of Calvary in Columbus GA.  Prior to relocating to Phenix City, he was a resident of Seneca SC for 15 years and …
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Doug and Trish Moody left a message on January 22, 2021:
What can I say about a man whom I met when he was just starting to date Kay? When I met him, his concern for me, somebody he hardly knew, was evident so much so that he got me one of my first jobs. That was just like him, caring for strangers even though he didn't have to. As time went on and he married my aunt Kay, I grew to love him. So he became part of our family and we couldn't imagine him not being part of us. So, his story is written and it's a great one. The example he left for all lives on in his children, Paul and Dawn, who live the legacy he taught them every day. His journey is over. He can't come to us, but we will go to him and pick this up where we left off, praising our God forever, who made it all possible. We are all grieving, but soon enough we will see you again Chuck.
Jeannie Dobson left a message on January 21, 2021:
Dear Walrath Family: We love Kay and Chuck so much. Chuck was a hero to us because of his service to our country. We purchased two Sheltie puppies from them. I would like to know if you know how I can buy a "Walrath" Sheltie descendant We will name him/her WILY WALRATH. I have fond memories of Chuck & Kay visiting us at the lake for 4th of July. I had taught Starlight to swim, and Chuck was amazed that A SHELTIE could swim out in the lake and balance on a noodle! Chuck had such a way with puppies. He offered friendship and support. I have tried to contact Chuck after Kay passed, but I guess he had moved to AL. CHUCK, you were a faithful Christian and a loyal American. Many people had better lives because of YOU! Chuck, we will never forget you. Much love, Jeannie Dobson (I will drive to Ala, to find a Walrath Sheltie!!) e-mail: [email protected]
Jeannie Dobson left a message on January 21, 2021:
Dear Walrath Family: We love Kay and Chuck so much. Chuck was a hero to us because of his service to our country. We purchased two Sheltie puppies from them. I would like to know if you know how I can buy a "Walrath" Sheltie descendant We will name him/her WILY WALRATH. I have fond memories of Chuck & Kay visiting us at the lake for 4th of July. I had taught Starlight to swim, and Chuck was amazed that A SHELTIE could swim out in the lake and balance on a noodle! Chuck had such a way with puppies. He offered friendship and support. I have tried to contact Chuck after Kay passed, but I guess he had moved to AL. CHUCK, you were a faithful Christian and a loyal American. Many people had better lives because of YOU! Chuck, we will never forget you. Much love, Jeannie Dobson (I will drive to Ala, to find a Walrath Sheltie!!) e-mail: [email protected]
Bill Thompson left a message on January 18, 2021:
We are praying for your family. It has been many years since I had seen him but I could never forget the way he smiled.
Scott Hyland left a message on January 18, 2021:
I’ve known Chuck since his days in Vallejo, CA in the mid-1960s, as he and my Dad were very close. When Chuck deployed with his Seabee unit to Vietnam, he and I corresponded regularly, as he told me of his experiences there. I remember when our family sent up many prayers for his safety as his unit’s construction mission shifted to the red-hot zone in the Mekong Delta. He will always live on through his legacy of inner strength, coolness under stress, and unmitigated love of country. One can not find a more patriotic American than Chuck Walrath. God bless you, Uncle Chuck.. may you and your beloved Kay dance together on the golden strands of the heavenly realm. Fair winds and following seas... we shall meet again on the Fiddler’s Green.
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Scott Hyland left a message on January 18, 2021:
Seabees.. can do! And you did, Master Chief.
Scott Hyland left a message on January 18, 2021:
I’ve known Chuck since his days in Vallejo, CA in the mid-1960s, as he and my Dad were very close. When Chuck deployed with his Seabee unit to Vietnam, he and I corresponded regularly, as he told me of his experiences there. I remember when our family sent up many prayers for his safety as his unit’s construction mission shifted to the red-hot zone in the Mekong Delta. He will always live on through his legacy of inner strength, coolness under stress, and unmitigated love of country. One can not find a more patriotic American than Chuck Walrath. God bless you, Uncle Chuck.. may you and your beloved Kay dance together on the golden strands of the heavenly realm. Fair winds and following sails... we shall meet again on the Fiddler’s Green.
Steve and Pamela Moody left a message on January 16, 2021:
He is and was a great man He will be greatly missed.
Marion Ford left a message on January 15, 2021:
In memory of Mr. Charles S. Walrath Jr., Marion Ford lit a candle
Ron Prudente left a message on January 15, 2021:
Our deepest condolences for your loss...
Alanna Staton left a message on January 15, 2021:
Uncle Chuck embodied love, as is evidenced by the fact that he was so well loved by so many. All of the memories I have of him, starting from a very very young age, are accompanied by a feeling of warmth and happiness. I loved hearing his stories, watching him complete puzzles, loved the way he loved Kay and his family, and truly looked forward to spending time with him when we made the trip over for Thanksgiving. His love of Jesus, his country, and his family was paramount to anything else in life for him. May we all take a little of the joy he gave us and pass it on in his memory. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Kristen prusha left a message on January 14, 2021:
In memory of Mr. Charles S. Walrath Jr., Kristen prusha lit a candle
Vance Brooks left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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