Memorial Celebration for Stormy Weathers

Please join us for a celebration memorial of Storm’s (Charlie’s) incredible life.   Here are the details:

Where: Cox Airport (NC81), Apex, NC

Date: Saturday, July 13th

Time: 2pm – 4pm

We will begin a short program of Stormy anecdotes at 2:30.  A Missing Man Fly-by is planned for 3:30pm (weather permitting).

Dress is informal (Storm would have worn cargo shorts and an aviation related T-Shirt).  Light refreshments will be available beginning at 2pm.  Due to limited ramp space, please check with Paul at Cox Field (919-427-3090) for permission before flying in.

If lieu of flowers, please make a donation online at the EAA Donation Website and select “Young Eagles” in the box labelled use my donation to support.

A Map to Cox Field

Driving Directions:

From the north side of Hwy 64 heading west out of Apex toward Pittsboro, cross under the Salem Street Overpass.  Take the first driveway on the right after Salem Street.  There are two large stone gate columns at the driveway.  Follow a long drive past two private residences.  Please drive slowly and respectfully.

Vintage Storm

Storm loved volunteering and in Spearfish he got to feed the fish while roving the historic property!  Enjoy this fishy farewell from Storm.

About Sunny Weathers

Pilot, motorcyclist and full time RVer. Follow me as I travel all over the US in my Country Coach RV volunteering, making new friends and pursuing a constant outdoor temperature between 70F and 80F. I'll share the fun and the tribulations and any great survival tricks I learn!

4 Replies to “Memorial Celebration for Stormy Weathers”

  1. Deb, Tami and I are way out of town, wont be back til 14th. Otherwise, nothing would keep us from being there and celebrating the man and the immense respect he enjoyed. I don’t have any good stories to share except for the godawful horselaugh he bellowed when he found out Bob and I were unknowingly bidding against each other for goodies at his retirement auction. He just smiled a somewhat toothy grin and said , “Keep it up boys, I can use the money.” We did. He did. God bless us every one. Jim

  2. Bob and Mary aka passenger hand grip testers says: Reply

    Sunny (Deb) our deepest condolences. We so enjoyed spending time with you all. We are blessed to have known Charlie. Ya know two strangers looking for a jeep ride and Charlie just took it in stride with a warm welcome along on a great adventure ride. You all made us feel like we have known each other more than just a few months. We are better for having you all in our life. We will miss him!??

  3. Ruth Morgan says: Reply

    Debbie,
    We are so sorry we can’t be there for the ceremony. Know that you are in our thoughts and hearts. We are still in disbelief. We feel so very lucky to have reconnected with Charlie and to get to know you. He was a kind soul and will be dearly missed.
    I am sending my love and wishing you strength through the memories of Charlie West??????
    Ruth and Scott Morgan

  4. Nina Stapleton says: Reply

    Deb, so sorry we can’t be with you! Hugs and prayers.
    Charlie, soar high our friend, soar high!
    Jack and Nina

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