Condolences for Robert C. “Chuck” Sellergren Jr

David E. Archibald wrote:

So sad to hear of Chuck's passing. Always smiling and just a warm human being. We (The Archibald Family) sent flowers, but somehow I just got something that said they are being delivered today well after the service. Don't know what happened, but apologize for that. God Bless the Selle family.

 

Paul Gross wrote:

It was VERY VERY SAD to hear that one of my best buddies growing up from grade school, junior high, high school and on had passed away. “Swishcat Sellergren” and Athlete of the Year 1969. Even though we ended up living a thousand miles apart it was always a great joy to speak with him and bring back the GREAT memories and laugh about the old days. My heart does go out to Pat, Bobby, Karen, Sandi, Mike and all his friends and extended family. May he Rest In Peace and continue to smile down on you all. 🙏

 

Nancy Sellergren wrote:

I was so sad to hear about Chuck’s passing. Our hearts will hold all the memories of us as kids and as adults. Chuck will surely be missed. My deepest sympathies to Patty and Bobby, and Karen, Sandy, Mike and Joan. My thoughts are with you.

 

john archibald wrote:

Chas, your infectious smile and classic laugh represent who you are. Positive, always available to lend a hand, great athlete and greater friend. Heaven is glowing with your smile. Love ya buddy. Arch.

 

Margaret Jackson wrote:

So sad, heartfelt empathies to Patty and family. Chuck was friendly, smiling and talented, so sorry. Know that he will be remembered.

 

Carolyn Burton wrote:

Chunky you always had a smile on your face, fun to be with, you were everyone’s best friend, and loved by all. You always reminded me of Richie Cunningham from Happy Days, someone you can’t help but love. Going to miss you a lot.

 

Jim & Sue Klein wrote:

A great neighbor, good friend, honorable man and professional on all levels. I know you will certainly be missed by all. Your spectacular acrobatics hopping from balcony to balcony to open a neighbors locked door, to the quest for perfection in replacing that "ONE" deck board that was just a bit thicker than all others, and your sailing skills that were beyond question. You will always be known as "Movie Star" Chuck by our friend Katy and crooner extraordinaire to all others. Enjoy that duet with Mr. Darin, as I am sure the two of you will be having a great time. Until we meet again, Always Jim & Sue