Chuck was a spiritual young man who admired God's handiwork in nature. He considered himself a "simple man" who loved his family, friends, riding his Harley and lived life with honor
We take comfort in knowing we have no regrets nor unfinished business. Chuck knew we loved him
and how proud we were of him and we know he loved us. We never missed the chance to give or get a sincere hug and
a "I love you" with every good-bye.
More than anything Chuck loved helping others. Whether he was lending
an ear to someone in need, giving heartfelt words at the right time, starting the non-profit motorcycle
ride for charity and Biker Appreciation Day "BAD SATURDAY POKER RUN" or just the giving of himself
and his time to anyone who asked. We want his words and thoughts to continue to inspire
people to see the beauty and joy in life and people and to enjoy every minute because no one is promised tomorrow.
"It's not the days we remember but the moments."
We Love and Miss you Chuck,
You are Forever in our hearts and thoughts.
The Akins Family