CHARLES “CHUCK” HADDOCK

Charles “Chuck”

Haddock

1932-2005

Chuck passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday August 27th. His wife, Lesley, and sister-in-law Barbara were at his side. Chuck will be sadly missed by his son Kenneth (Linda) Haddock and daughter Nancy Haddock (Mark Rozen) of Calgary and son Jack Haddock (Adrianne Meer) of Enderby B.C. Chuck is also survived by his sister Dorothy (Peter) Schoneberg of Kelowna; sisters-in-law Mari Edmonds of Manchester, England and Barbara (Alwyn) Rudd of Calgary; grandchildren Jessica (Shayne) Lacasse and Casey Haddock and great grandchildren Jarod and Grayce Lacasse all of Calgary; many nieces and nephews. Chuck also leaves behind his favourite uncle, Jack Middleton and cousins Donna (Walter) Rogalski and Dexi (Skip) Jeffery of Calgary. He was predeceased by his much loved father Frank Amos Haddock and his favorite aunt, Helen both of Calgary. Chuck was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He proudly served for 13 years on the Calgary Fire Department before changing careers to work in Life Insurance and Real Estate. In 1953 he joined the Canadian Armed Forces, beginning a life long passion for the army. He was commissioned in 1959 and rose to the rank of Lt. Col., retiring in 1975. He continued to dedicate himself to the Army Cadet League in Calgary until he moved to Mabel Lake in 1978. Chuck served two terms as the Enderby and District member of the School Board, and from 1991-93 was the president of the Enderby and District Chamber of Commerce. After his retirement golf became Chuck’s passion. He was a long time member of the Royal York Golf club in Armstrong and served as the Men’s Club Captain right up to his death. His family would like to thank Dr.Alan Gow, Dr. Clay Welder and the Enderby Community nurses for their kindness and support. A gathering to celebrate Chuck’s life will be held on September 10th, at 2:00 pm at the Skyline Ridge in Enderby. “Dream what you want tow dream; go where you want to go; be what you want to be; because you only have one life and one chance to do all the things you want to do.” Cremation and arrangements in the care of Personal Alternative Funeral Services, Armstrong, 546-7237