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Mon Sep 04, 2006 16:39:47
Don Mason

While I did not know Chuch personally, he was still in our beloved family of USAF Cops. When we loose one of our own regardless of direct friendship of a personal basis or of a kinship of service and devotion of duty it is indeed a tragic loss. May my families thoughts and prayers go out to yours.

Don Mason, Veteran
USAF, 42nd Security Police Squadron
USMC, 9th Com Bn
USANG, Officer Candidate School
Mon Sep 04, 2006 08:56:05
Leos (Lou) De Angury

Having been out of the loop, I was unaware of Chuck's illness or passing until I received Rich Clowers note to all the Safesiders. My association and remembrances of Lt. Heubusch were limited but I do remember him as a fine young officer that was dedicated to making the members of the 1041st a well trained viable arm of a new breed of Security Forces. I am saddened at his passing but I see by reading his many comments on your web site that his given you all strength to go on. God is fortunate to have a warrior of his caliber on His staff.
Mon Sep 04, 2006 06:21:36
Edith Rietveld

Dear MaryAnne, Krista, Steve, Paula and Tante Lou,
we are deeply saddened to hear about Chuck. We were all behind the scenes following his battle with great respect. He will be missed by all of us and remembered with great affection. You and your family are in our thoughts.
With Love..
Theo, Lia, Jan, Conny, Monique and Edith Rietveld
Sun Sep 03, 2006 22:40:01
Willie and Barbara McNeil

We are sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that your "SAFESIDE" ; family is with you. He was a great leader and an even better person.
Sun Sep 03, 2006 18:24:37
Jerry Hester

I am deeply saddened to hear of Chuck's passing. He was the consummate professional soldier who was very much respected by the officers and enlisted of the 1041st. As he, and those other comrades of ours who have preceded us on that final patrol, I have no doubt that Chuck will greet us at the Pearly Gates, stop watch in hand, and say "Gut it've only got another mile to go!"
Jerry Hester, MSgt, Retired
Sun Sep 03, 2006 17:35:46
Ken (Hoppy) Hopkins

It was a great disappontment to hear about
Chuck. Having served with him in the 1041st
it was indeed one of the most pleasant
experiences I ever had in my Military Career.
He was a great officer and a gentleman who
will always be remebered by the best bunch of
troops the Air Force will ever have seen
He is now with the "BIG RANGER". God Bless
you and your family.
Sun Sep 03, 2006 17:09:33
Ron Glasscock
Wyoming, USA

I meet Lt Heubusch in 1966 in Hawaii when as a young airman, I was assigned to the 1041st Strike Force (Combat Security Police Squadron (T). I remember seeing this stocky guy who seemed as wide as he was tall and thinking to myself, this is one mean dude and not to be messed with. Turned out he was one tough guy who was always up front leading by example and I was proud to know him. God Speed Sir as you join twenty-seven other 1041st Brothers-in-Arms. Best wishes to your family and hoping you all will find comfort in knowing The Colonel had a positive influence on so many lives. Ron Glasscock
Sun Sep 03, 2006 11:29:39
Steve & Libby Lord

Dear Mary Ann and Family -
We were out of town last week and just got the sad news. We are so glad that we had the chance to get to know you and Chuck. You are both such wonderful people and neighbors. He'll be missed, but remembered fondly. Our family will do anything we can to help you in any way or at any time. Please don't hesitate to ask. And even if you don't ask, we might just sneak over anyway! You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Steve, Libby, Hunter and Tyler Lord
Fri Sep 01, 2006 20:18:43
Hank & Meg Duarte

Dear Mary Ann and family,
Our heartfelt prayers and sympathy go out to you. Although it's been years since Ramstein, Chuck remained a strong influence in my faith life. He was the Rector on my first team, and set the standard for me and all the other Rectors that followed. I have been privileged to be a Rector twice, and each time right before we met the candidates on Thursday night, Id gather the team and repeat the advice that Chuck gave us in our chapel at Kransburg Castle : Our team has become almost closer than family, now its time to open that family to the men that the Holy Spirit has sent us.
Of course I also remember how understanding he was when he was doing Palanca in the chapel (kneeling on the stone floor) and my talk ran more than a half hour over time.
Meg also remembers with fondness his wry comments on her short-lived career as a terrorist at Bitburg!
God Bless and well see you in October.
DeColores: Hank & Meg
Fri Sep 01, 2006 08:39:19
John and Christa Malone

Dear Mary Ann, we have been out of touch with you far too long. We just got the news from Bill and Priscilla. We are so terribly sad to learn about Chuck's long battle and your great loss. We will be with you for the funeral in October. May God bless you and your family.

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