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Charles R. Cianciolo

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06/14/14 04:17 PM #10    

Margaret D. Aghajanian (Semarjian)

Of all the people in high school, Charlie was by far the nicest most compassionate person there was. For all of us who knew him, will will miss him dearly, For me, I will miss his emails and once in a while conversations. May you rest in peace my friend. And to Susan and family my heart goes out to you. He was a wonderful man and I am sure a terrific father.

God bless all of you.

06/14/14 06:42 PM #11    

Valerie Restifo

Chuck's passing makes me remember something I heard in a prayer: "To live in the hearts of those we leave behind us is Not to die but to live on." Valerie Restifo

06/14/14 11:08 PM #12    

Bonnie Anderson (Essick)

What a wonderful person.  Met him when we were in 3rd grade at Lomond - newly moved from Louisville and feeling really "lost" - my first memory of him was what a tall, warm and welcoming new classmate - all thru the Shaker experience with him - great memories of his smiles, warmth and kindness - my heartfelt feelings to his family.....  he was a real Winner...




06/14/14 11:45 PM #13    

Judy Perry (Kurimai)

From Kindergarten through graduation Chuck was easy to look up to. I'm so glad we were able to share a few words at the last reunion. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

Judy Perry Kurimai

06/15/14 12:20 PM #14    

William I. Isaac (Fadel)

May his memory be eternal. It will be such with me.

06/15/14 09:54 PM #15    

Donald Cunningham

What's all this stuff about a "gentle giant". When the varsity football team scrimmiged against the scrubs (aka ME), he wasn't so gentle. I still have the scars. RIP Chuck. 

06/16/14 09:11 AM #16    

Robert Bruton

I received the sad news while returning from a two month trip. I thought about Chuck a lot on the way home. He was a leader in sports and life and was mature beyond his years in high school. I am sure he carried that throughout his business career and while participating in raising a family. We as members of the class of 1961 were lucky to have known Chuck. I am so glad he made it to the 50th, it was nice to see him and talk about old times and what we did through the years. Chuck, keep smiling and we will always remember you. 



06/17/14 05:54 PM #17    

Charles E. Kent

Although I have had little contact with Chuck since graduation, I fondly remember his close friendship and good nature as far back as elementary school.  In fact, I recall that Chuck was my campaign manager in a spirited (but losing, I think) campaign for Lomond Elementary student body president.  Chuck and I came up with the slogan, "If Charlie Kent, nobody can...." - corny but we had some good laughs over it. I also remember that despite his gentle nature, Chuck was one tough football player.  I share our classmates' deep sadness at his passing, and I am grateful that we had the opportunity to  see him at our 50th reunion. 

06/19/14 01:42 PM #18    

Philip N. Kranz

For thirty-four years, Chuck and his family have been our Atlanta neighbors.  Our children went to the same schools and we always cheered on the Cianciolo sons who were always among our schools' better athletes.  My encounters with Chuck were few and far between but each one was made memorable by Chuck's gentle humanity and kindness.  As I was a clergy person in the neighborhood, we once met at an interfaith event, he treated me with the utmost respect and gentility.  What a gem of a human being. Our first encounter was during the seventh grade at Shaker Heights Junior High School.  Rest in Peace, dear Chuck.

06/28/14 10:05 AM #19    

Todd Fineberg

Chuck was a very fine man.  I was sad to learn of his death.  We will surely miss him.


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