Charles Lee Page
Charles Lee Page
  • August 11, 1966 - August 19, 2017
  • Novato, California

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Charles Lee Page was born on August 11, 1966 in San Francisco California; He was born to Clarence Page Jr., and Connie Marie Page. Charles, aka Chuckie, was preceded in death by his mother, Connie. Chuckie was the 3rd of five children. He lived in Marin City California until the age of 5, when his family relocated to Novato California.

Chuckie attended Richardson Bay elementary and middle school. After graduating from middle school, he attended Branson High and San Marin High, where he graduated. He then went on to attend San Jose State University.

Chuckie had two beautiful children, Charles Lee Page Jr., and Gwendolyn Marie Page. He loved them dearly. He rarely missed a birthday, cheer competition, dance competition, or any other important day in his kids' lives. He couldn't have been more proud of his babies and bragged about them often.

Chuckie loved his family and friends and had a special place in his heart for babies. Chuckie loved to tease, play, and joke around with everyone. He was the friend and cousin that would come pick you up from wherever you were, at any time of the night or early morning, without judging you for something you probably shouldn't be doing. He would remember the important dates in your life and would always reach out and acknowledge it. He was the brother many would love to have. An example of Chuckie's kindness and compassion, was when his good friend wrecked his motorcycle. Chuckie showed up to the hospital with genuine concerned for his friend's safety and wellbeing. He was not concerned about the bike at all. Chuck told his friend not to worry about the wrecked bike, he was just happy that he was doing okay; the bike was just a material thing. Chuckie, like his mother Connie, never judged you and gave everyone the benefit of the doubt. He was a good listener, gave great advice and loved you for who you were. He was always the mediator in fights and disagreements. He wasn't one for confrontation or dissension. Once you met Chuckie, you had a friend for life. He was loved by everyone.

Chuckie loved to play golf, loved to spend time with his kids and his family, loved to ride his motorcycle with his brothers, was a huge fan of the Cincinnati Bengals, the Boston Celtics, and the SF Giants. He loved to read, especially Stephen King horror stories, and loved horror and sci fi movies.

Not only was Chuckie a dedicated family man, but he was also a dedicated employee and hard worker. Chuckie was employed with Brinks for 26 years. As a result of his job, he gained the love, respect, and friendship of numerous co-workers and vendors, whose money he would pick-up weekly; some there were an extended family to him.

Chuckie leaves to cherish his memory, his loving children, Chuckie and Gwen Page, his father Clarence (June) Page Jr., his brothers Clarence (Clay) Page III (Sister-in-law Carolyn) and Darren Page; his sisters, Meloni Gail Page, and Maude Akognon, and a HUGE host of, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family and friends.

Visitation: Thursday August, 31st, 2017 4:00 PM-8:00 PM Keaton's Mortuary 1022 E St, San Rafael, CA 94901

Funeral Service: Friday September, 1st, 2017 12:00 PM 626 Drake Ave, Sausalito, CA 94965

Arrangements under the direction of Keaton's Redwood Chapel of Marin, Novato, CA.