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Charles "Charlie" Quist 
who  had a passion for learning and helping others. He developed culinary expertise in Texas favorites, such as home brewing, Chili-Member of CASI (Chili Association Society International), & Bar-B-Q-member of "The Original Pearl Cookers". He was an avid Harley Rider and has ridden in all 50 states. Charlie also loved Scuba Diving, Tennis & Golf.

At the age 48 on August 28, 2008 he lost his battle with Grade IV Malignant Glioblastoma (Brain Tumor). 

I would like to give a big Texas "Thank You" to each and everyone one of you that walked this journey with Charlie & Jo. Doctor visit after doctor visit, radiation, chemotherapy, test after test. It truely is a blessing to have so many that were willing to give their time to get what was needed taken care of. Thank You again for all the love & support. Please lite a candle, leave a message, add a picture or tell a story everything is welcomed to share Charlie's life for the years to come.  

Anyone who has a special picture(s) that you would like to add to the album please feel free to send it

This website has been created in memory of Charlie- who's ever present smile & positive attitude will be etched in our hearts forever. 

Survived by LOVING WIFE JO: stepchildren Westley Bachmeyer/Kayla and Wendy Bachmeyer; step-grandchildren Jason & Oliver; Uncle Mike Robinson and Family; Mother-in-law, Nettie Rhodes; Special Pets Snafu (mean Kitty), Fubar (nice Kitty), and Herman (the snake); also survived by numerous Special & Loyal friends/family. Family & Friends gathered on Monday, September 1, 2008 from Noon until 2:00 p.m. in The Chapel of Addison Funeral Home where the Funeral Service began at 2:00 p.m. Interment followed at Tranquility Oaks Cemetery.

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Family Tree
Tributes and Condolences
My Charmin Charlie-   / Jo Quist (Loving Wife )
I thought of you with love today but that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday and days before that too, I think of you in silence I often speak your name All I have are memories and your picture in a frame Your memory is my keepsake with whi...  Continue >>
Forever fairy tale   / Jo Quist (Spouse)
Once upon a time . . .
Celebrate  / Domingo Aguilar (none)
Do not know Charlie,,just came across the link on the Craiglist ad for the bikes,,,but to all the people that knew him I will restate what the priest at sisters funeral stated that has stuck and that is that as long as one person is alive that knew C...  Continue >>
Charming Charlie   / Vicki Hebert (Friend)
Charming Charlie came into our world for a short time.  I do wish we could of had longer time to get to know Charlie.  I am thankful to God for letting us get to know Charlie. He was the best thing that has happened to Jo and made her worl...  Continue >>
I only have tears   / Glenda Rovito (Sister-in-Law)
I only have tears for my sister's loss and pain as I have watched over the years and could not have matched her with a better mate. They deserved so much more time together. Charlie will always be one in a million to me because of the times I would b...  Continue >>
Heroes- / Phyllis McPerson (Niece)    Read >>
i never really got to know you well  / Justin Meeks (my uncle )    Read >>
Great Man  / Wendy Bachmeyer (Step-Daughter)    Read >>
So long to a great human being  / Mark La Pointe (High School Friend )    Read >>
Amigo / Mark Hayward (Friend)    Read >>
Charlie / Steve McCarter (freind)    Read >>
Painful Loss of Long Time Friend  / Steven Buckner (forever friend )    Read >>
A fine man and good brewmeister  / Dallas Bowers (Friend)    Read >>
TOPC extraordinare!  / Rebecca Hanley (TOPC fellow member )    Read >>
Not to be forgotten  / Mayo &. Ed Blair (Friends)    Read >>
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His legacy
Legacy...  
"A person's Legacy is a reminder of his Life, Work, Goals and Achievements. History is often the Legacy of Ordinary People who Dare to Dream."
 
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