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Run for Chuck - ING New York City 2013 Marathon Fundraiser - In Potential Benefit of Alzheimer's

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Charles (Chuck) Roscoe Turner passed away December 19, 2013 after a challenging battle with Alzheimer's Disease amongst a caring and loving family that remembers him best for all the life and energy he brought into our lives. He was not only a great Grandfather to me but a dedicated father, husband, and friend to many. As I gear up to run the 2013 New York City Marathon in Grandpa Chuck's honor, our family would like to raise funds to commemorate a bench in his honor at the Walton Mountain Sportsmen’s Club (pictured above) in upstate New York. As an avid outdoorsman, a large percentage of the laughs, memories, and friendships Chuck experienced were borne within a few hundred feet of where the bench will rest underneath the tree overlooking the shooting range and surrounding woodland. I'd like to think it was his favorite place to rest after he worked hard to support the family that will live on in his memory.

Please consider making a donation in Chuck's Honor! Any donation over $50 will earn a free Run for Chuck! t-shirt (featured to the left) that I plan to wear during this year's Staten Island Half Marathon and New York City Marathon. Those making contributions will be able to select if they would like to receive a shirt in the confirmation process. Any excess funds will be donated directly to the Alzheimer's Association for the benefit of Alzheimer's research.

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The Turner Family

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