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Chuck Auckerman

Just days after I saw him at the rally, Chuck died in his sleep. Most of us (the local riders) are simply shocked and surprised as Chuck was only 59. He was an active rider with well over 100k miles on his R1150GS, many of those put on during trips into Canada.

He was the main force keeping the [URL="http://www.blueridgebeemers.org"]Blue Ridge Beemers[/URL] active in the early 2000s, with an email list and an AOL site, and always took the lead in keeping the monthly eat & ride events going.

There as some details on the BRB site [URL="http://www.blueridgebeemers.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=399"]here[/URL].

Anton Largiader

Charlottesville, VA

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Edited by: AntonLargiader on 2009-09-02 12:35
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UPDATE

Chuck's wife, Suzanne, asked that this be shared with the Chuck's motorcycling community and invites any of us to speak.

Suzanne, Eliza, and Colin would appreciate your presence at a service honoring the life of Chuck Auckerman. We will meet at 2:00 pm on Sunday, September 20 to share memories and take comfort in the company of friends. Join us at Spring Meadows, 820 Natural Chimneys Rd., Mt. Solon, Virginia.

Please RSVP to eliza DOT auckerman AT gmail DOTcom (include if you require directions). Please let us know if you would like to speak at the service.

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