Charles E. Person

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Charles E. Person, 50, passed away on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 at his residence in Alexandria, Va., with his family by his side. Longtime friend of Thomas T. Taylor, son of Vernon and the late Irene Person, brother of Vernon (Vicky) Person, Peggy (Bill) Williams, John (Beth) Person and Judy (John) Stathes. He is also survived by 22 nieces and nephews.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. My heartfelt condolences and prayers are with you Vernon, Vernie, John, Peggy, Judy and T. Chucky was so dear to me…my dearest cousin, my closest friend…my confidant…and my joy. I cannot remember a time when he didn’t make me laugh…his laughter and his smile made his eyes just sparkle. We had so much fun at our family reunions when we were little and though we both grew up and I moved far away, we stayed in touch. We always had that special connection. He always made me see the bright side of things, even in hard times. Chucky was always there for me and countless others. Each time I came home to visit, he insisted on picking me up at the airport and was always there, without fail, smiling his big smile. He loved everyone and knew no stranger. I will always love and miss him beyond measure. My love and prayers are with you all. Love Dellena

  2. Chuck, I will always remember your laughter and the friendship that we shared for a brief time through HT. Thanks for being such a good friend. John

  3. To the family I offer my sincere condolences. May you have peace from your grief at his loss. For Chucky, I will always remember him as a shining star and a beacon of hope. Although I met him only a couple of times, he was always happy and accepted me into his life as one of his family. He will always be in my memory. May God Bless him and keep him.

  4. I havent seen Chuck for years and out of the blue he ran through my mind this evening. My heart was so saddened to hear that Charles has passed. I also remember his robust laughter, quick sense of humor and he played one hell of a game of racquetball. A beintot mon amie.

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