I met Chuck very early after joining J-Land. Krissy, Val, Chuck and I had a in a buddy chat. He was a friend immediately. I've been reading his journal ever since. Some of my favorites were the times he was making "chair art" in the wet parking lot of the Old Folks Home as he called it. Chuck knew his time was short, but still told/wrote stories. On of the most recent was a story about two little dogs: Snap and Ginger. We had just had a couple of puppies here and I wrote him to ask if I could borrow one of the names. His response was an unqualified yes. Unfortunately, he didn't make it long enough to see a picture of our little Gingersnap. He would have love it. If you have not been reading his journal, go on over and read the archives and his most recent entries. He doesn't have to be here for you to fall in love with him. Click here to go read: Dribble by Chuck Ferris Here he is on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjgIcFPsiq8
Chuck, we will miss you terribly. Although your light has gone out here, your words will shine forever in our hearts.