Obituaries » Charles William Brooks

Charles William Brooks

July 27, 1933 - June 27, 2017

U.S. Veteran

Service: Viewing

Date: Friday, June 30, 2017, 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Location : Harry H. Witzke's Family Funeral Home
4112 Old Columbia Pike Ellicott City MD, 21043

Service: Viewing

Date: Friday, June 30, 2017, 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Location : Harry H. Witzke's Family Funeral Home
4112 Old Columbia Pike Ellicott City MD, 21043

Service: Mass of Christian of Burial

Date: Saturday, July 01, 2017, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location : Church of the Resurrection Chapel
3175 Paulskirk Road Ellicott City MD, 21042

Posted by:
Brenda Collinson

Pat, I am so very sorry to learn of Chuck's passing. We have all lost a wonderful friend and mentor. I pray you will find comfort in knowing how much he was loved by so many people. May God grant you both peace. Love, Brenda

Posted by:
Deborah W. von Uffel

Chuck was a wonderful man. He always had a traffic smile and a funny story. He was a great neighbor and friend. Years ago, with his usual good nature, he took care of our cat "Sundance" who looked forward to his visits. Sundance would always return the visit when ever he was free to do so! Chuck endured many years of illness with his good humor intact and Pat by his side. Now he is at peace. Our deepest sympathy, Pat. God Bless. Debby and Warren

Posted by:
Jackie Weatherbee Benjamin

To Mrs Brooks and the rest of the Brooks family. I'm truly sorry for the passing of Chuck Brooks. I went to work for him when I was 18 yrs old at IRS. 35 years later I'm still here. He was truly one of my favorite Executives and was very kind and fair to everyone. He will truly be missed but his legacy lives on in so many of us whose careers soared to great heights and I am blessed to have been one of them because of his leadership. R.I.P. Mr. Brooks

Posted by:
Linda Lewis

Chuck, You were the best of all friends and best forever. Pat and Jim Hammer

Posted by:
susan allen

Chuck was a great friend, mentor, and role model to me in my career and in my life for more than forty years. He was so caring and compassionate, always gave everyone the benefit of the doubt, and a second chance (third or fourth if they needed it). He believed in the innate goodness of people. Unique for a person who told the BEST stories, he was an attentive and caring listener as well. He wore his emotions on his sleeve and was always the first person to laugh or shed a tear. I am so grateful to have seen that twinkle in his eye for so many years. Most of all, simply said, he was a good and honest and moral man. They just don't make them like C W anymore. I will always miss him. My love and prayers to Pat and the family.