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Charles Franklin "Chuck" Millering
Birth: Jul. 15, 1941, USA
Death: Jan. 18, 2010
Oregon, USA

I worked with Chuck at St Vincent's Hospital & Medical Center. He was employed for 26 years 9 months in the Envirormental Services Department,he was the lead man on our night shift. He dedicatedly cleaned our operating rooms, and also helped with room set-up. His work ethic was awesome seldom did he miss a scheduled shift. Taking a vacation just wasn't something Charles did so at one point the hospital had to make Chuck take some time off because his paid-time-off bank had reached it's maximum.
Chuck was diagnosed with cancer. He was a lifelong smoker, he stopped smoking at that time.He continued to work as long as he could, then had to take retirement . He had recently purchased his first home.
Each night I go upstairs to the operating rooms I say hi to Chuck. I miss him and the good times we shared at night.
Sometimes the hair around his ears would get out of control and he would have to have his ears lowered.Thats what Chuck said when he had gotten a hair cut.
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Lincoln Memorial Park
Multnomah County
Oregon, USA
Plot: Parkhaven 366-3
Created by: Jeannie
Record added: Feb 02, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65069166
Charles Franklin Chuck Millering
Added by: Ernie Krewson
Charles Franklin Chuck Millering
Added by: Jeannie
Charles Franklin Chuck Millering
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I miss you every day that goes by that I can not call and talk to you. I miss hanging out and having our time together. One day we will be together one day and enjoy the father daughter time we had. Love you always.
- L Hardman
 Added: Apr. 23, 2015

- Jeannie
 Added: Jan. 24, 2015
Remembering you, Chuck, a gentle soul whose life was taken by a dreadful disease. You've been gone five years now and your loss is as strong as the day you passed. Thank you for helping me to remember why I quit in February, 2007. Your fate could easily h...(Read more)
- Kathie L. Webb Blair
 Added: Jan. 19, 2015
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