Condolence From: Jeanna Buker Nelson, Coshocton, Ohio
Condolence: Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort.
In caring sympathy,
Jeanna Buker Nelson
Condolence From: Dean Cook, Marysville, Ohio
Condolence: Very sorry for your loss. Chuck was a great man and I valued his friendship. Our sympathy goes out to Betty and the girls.
God bless your family, Dean and Darrison Cook
Condolence From: Tom Glover, Columbus, OH
Condolence: I lived next door to Chuck and Betty from 1993 to 2007 after moving from Texas. They immediately welcomed me and my son into the neighborhood and Chuck made sure to include us in all kinds of activities which eased my transition and made me feel at home. We went to basketball and football games, concerts, played golf, and just hung out in the neighborhood. He became my best friend and I can't imagine how hard my adjustment would have been if not for him.
Chuck was dependable and always had time for you, no matter how busy he may have been. I will miss Chuck immensely but I am fortunate that I have so many memories of the great times we had together. Many of the best times had nothing to do with an event but were just times we were sitting around, doing nothing but talking. This was an example of how much Chuck meant to me.
I have lost a great friend and we all have lost a great person in Chuck.
Condolence From: Linda Morse, Urbana, Ohio
Condolence: Dear Betty, it is with our thoughts and prayers that my family and I would like to send you our deepest condolences for your loss. Continue to always remember those good times of laughter and love that you and your family have shared together. Our wish for you is to always be blessed. Linda Morse
Condolence From: Laurinda Caudill, Unionville Center, Ohio
Condolence: Dearest Betty, so terribly sorry to hear of your loss. Love and Prayers going out to you and your family.
Condolence From: Patricia Novotny, Amherst, OH
Condolence: I have followed your family thru the stories of Chuck's friend, Tim. I am sorry for the loss of your best friend and husband, Chuck. He will always be remembered by everyone who knew him for his sincere friendship. Betty continue to take care of the family and keep your memories of Chuck dear to your heart.
Condolence From: Roger Lewis, Missoula, Montana
Condolence: Betty Ruth,
Saddened to read this news of Chuck's passing. We all need to enjoy the moments; they pass way too quickly.
Condolence From: Karla Creamer, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Betty and Family,
My heart goes out to you. You did all you could for Chuck and are an extremely strong woman. He's at peace know and not suffering anymore. Know I'm here for you as you were for me. God Bless you and your family during this time.
With My Deepest Sympathy,
Condolence From: Marty Riggs, Marion, Ohio
Condolence: We lost a true gentleman today in the passing of Chuck "Dolly". I am going to miss him deeply and God bless the family throughout these tough times.
Marty and Paula Riggs
Condolence From: Jim Cotner, Whitehouse, Ohio
Condolence: Although we will no longer see Chuck, we will always feel his spirit present when we gather as friends and family. He will forever be a part of our lives, a relationship that cannot be taken away.
God Bless Chuck and Betty and the family.
Our deepest sympathy.
Condolence From: Sam Brown, Medina, Ohio
Condolence: Today I lost a college room-mate and a best friend of 46 years. Chuck's nature of tackling lifes' issues head on and not once complaining about the hand he was dealt,never ceased to impress me. That alone tells so much about his character and the type of man, husband, father,grandfather,co-worker and friend he was.
Susan and I sent our love.
To his wife Betty, and she has heard me say this before...."You are a saint."
God bless the Billingsley family.
Condolence From: Michael Schacherbauer, East Lansing, Michigan
Condolence: My condolences to all of you and sending loving thoughts and prayers your way. I hope it helps in some small way that others care. Betty, I am so sorry.
So wish I could be with you at this difficult time but know that I will be thinking of you.
Condolence From: Nina Boerger, MARYSVILLE, Ohio
Condolence: Dear Betty and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Chuck's passing. I remember his help when we were building our house and needed advice on paint, he was so very pleasant and helpful.
May wonderful memories of your years together in time bring you peace and solace. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
David and Nina
Condolence From: Cheryl DeMatteo, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: My deepest sympathies for your loss.