Date Created: 05/06/2015
Last Updated: 05/16/2015

In loving memory of Chuck/Papa York
9/26/1933 - 5/4/2015

Location: San Antonio, Texas

Visits: 6,035

Chuck was born 9/26/1933 in Rule, Texas and came to his final resting place on May

4, 2015 in San Antonio, TX. Chuck married his wife and best friend Helen Love York.

He spent the majority of his 41 year career selling Chevrolet cars and trucks, also served

his time in the United States Army. He attended Texas Christian University, receiving his

degree in business management. After retiring from sales Chuck and Helen opened and

successfully operated the Yellow Rose Tavern and the Pepper Patch Lounge.

Chuck was a very well respected and loved man. He touched the lives of so many

people over his 81 years. Anyone who had the privilege of knowing him was truly

blessed. He will be truly missed and forever remembered by his family and the numerous

friends. He was survived by his son, Charles “Skeeter” York and his wife, Heather,

granddaughter Kathryn “Katie” Tovar and her husband Josh, as well as his daughter

Margaret “Crickette” York, granddaughter Jennifer, grandsons, James, and Robert Jr and

his fiance, Tori, and his “Little Redhead” great-grandson Aiden .

Chuck is also survived by his partner of the passed 10 years Sandra “Sandy” Wietzel

and her two children, son, David and his wife Angelica, sandy’s daughter Roxanne,

grandchildren David Cole, Kasey, Christian, Cheynne, Ashley and her fiance Cody, Ryne

and his wife Brandy, and great grandchildren Delton, Talon, Adalyne, Ryalyne, Aesah,

and one on the way.

All the love that Chuck was blessed to give and receive allowed for this extended

family to merge together. It was this love and care from the countless friends and family

members that made his final days just as special and memorable as all of his life.


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From: Regina and Beverly Atkinson Friday, March 16, 2018
How did Jesus feel about losing his friend? The account tells that Jesus joined Lazarus' relatives and friends were grieved over this loss. Seeing them, Jesus was deeply moved. He groaned within himself and become trouble. "Then, the account says, "Jesus gave way to tears." [John 11:33,35] Did Jesus' grief mean that he had no hope? Not at all. In fact, Jesus knew that something wonderful was about to happen.[John 11:3,4] Still, he felt the pain and sorrow that death bring. In a way, Jesus' grief is encouraging to us. It teaches us that Jesus and his Father, Jehovah, hate death. But Jehovah God is able to fight and overcome that enemy!

From: Never Gone Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Dear Heather,

We are so sorry about the loss of your loved one. We will be here to do everything we can to help you remember the life of your lost loved one. We hope that our site will allow you deal with the loss in your own way. God Bless.

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