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    Chuck Green has left the range.

    With Great sadness. Chuck Green passed away Sat. morning.
    Just talked to his sister. Apparently I was the last to text Chuck. Got no answer.
    He was found on the kitchen floor. Loading his lunch box for Sat VFS at WWCCA. Long time member.
    And he was a frequent guest at the Holton Gun and Bow Club. NBRSA.
    A great Human to be around.

    Charles Green.
    Cmdr. USCG (20 yrs. Ret.), Detroit Police Detective/Probation Officer (30 yrs. Ret.)


    not too good at this....

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    Very well put Tim. Chuck was a soft spoke guy, who was a joy to be around. He will be missed!

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    My sincere condolences to Chuck's family and friends. Please know that our thoughts are with you.
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    Chuck's 2 gun win.
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    Prayers go out to Family and Friends.

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    Chuck was a good man

    I shared a bench with Chuck at the first couple matches I attended. I didnít own a set of flags yet and he took the time to show me how to set themÖ among many other things that weekend. He will be missed.

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    chuck

    Sorry to hear of Chucks passing, he will be missed.

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    Rest in rest Chuck! No more pain. No bad guys where your going! We'll miss one more of the good guys!

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    A lot of people don't know this, but Chuck was a photogenic. And he use to send me pictures of expeditions he had been on. One of his favourite places was Arizona in which I have a picture of the red sands of Arizona. He sent it to me by post, must have cost him a fortune being across the border and all, it is 16" X20" and I cherish it .
    Just thought I would fit it in somehow.
    I WILL MISS HIM.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by bill gammon View Post
    a lot of people don't know this, but chuck was a photogenic. And he use to send me pictures of expeditions he had been on. One of his favourite places was arizona in which i have a picture of the red sands of arizona. He sent it to me by post, must have cost him a fortune being across the border and all, it is 16" x20" and i cherish it .
    Just thought i would fit it in somehow.
    I will miss him.
    bill is this the green that shot with us at holton some yrs ago he bought a lot bullets from e.

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    I don't know for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gammon View Post
    I don't know for sure.
    Chuck Green was the President of the Detroit Photography Club.
    Here is a link.
    https://www.downtownpublications.com.../Charles-Green

    https://www.hometownlife.com/story/l...re/6938018002/
    There is a gallery there....

    He forwarded many photos to me and others. He won many awards.

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    Chuck started out as a Corpsman in the USCG. After being promoted to E-6 was told, The CG would not be promoting above E-6 for Corpsman.
    He was offered Officers Candidate School. Retired 20 yrs Commander. He told me, he was Commanding Officer at 2 CG Stations.

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