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Mr. Charles B. Stuckey III

Obituary for Mr. Charles B. Stuckey III

December 29, 1994 - February 19, 2018
Los Angeles, California | Age 23

Obituary

December 29, 1994 – February 19, 2018

"Predictability is boring and I refuse to live a boring life." – CBS III

Charles Bryan Stuckey III born December 29, 1994, went to be with the Lord on February 19, 2018.

Charles grew up in San Antonio and graduated from Alamo Heights High School in 2013. He attended the University of Mississippi following his graduation, and he was an active member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity where he took on the role of social chair, to no one's surprise.

Growing up, Charles lived an active life. He participated in the Spanish Immersion program at Woodridge Elementary. He dedicated many years to the sport of baseball where he was a talented left- handed pitcher known for his curve ball. Charles also loved the game of lacrosse. He was a member of Troop 809 accomplishing the distinct rank of Eagle Scout. Whenever he had the chance, he escaped to the lake where he spent many hours wake boarding and cruising around on the boat with his plethora of friends. Charles was known for his love of fine foods and was always looking forward to the next great meal.

Charles will be remembered for his vibrant personality, zest for life, and steadfast love for his friends. He knew no stranger. His true passion was living life to the fullest through his entrepreneurial spirit and visionary mindset. He never missed a party. Charles dreamed big and knew that life was too short not to take advantage of each day.

He is survived by his parents Laurel Burns Stuckey and Charles Bryan Stuckey, Jr.; Sisters, Nealy Stuckey and Sydney Stuckey Hamlett and husband Logan; Grandmothers, Jimisu Stuckey and Harriette Burns; Grandfather Charles Bryan Stuckey, Sr. "Pop" and wife Julie Stuckey; Aunts and Uncles, Vivian and Mack Burns, Paige and Jack Matthiessen, Jodie and Collie Webb, Kim and Gray Mosier, Harold Burns, and Kevin Paxton; Cousins, Ana Burns Houg and husband Trent, their daughters Alexa, Aydan, and Adysen, Ryan Burns and wife Emily, Denton Willis and wife Lauren, their daughter Wren, James Willis, William Burns, Payton and Brynn Webb, Cody Paxton, Kelton, Kayden, and Kole Mosier.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather Larry Burns, great-grandmothers Doris King and Olene Glenn, uncle Bret Stuckey, madre número dos Lupe Carreon and beloved friend Harry McMurrey.

Honorary pall bearers include Christian Biedenharn, William Burns, Jack Collier, Holcomb Crosswell, Drew Dawson, Baker Elias, Patrick Fawcett, Patrick Fertitta, Austin Hawn, Henry Hollis, Reese Josey, Weston King, Daniel McCarty, Harry McMurrey, Warren Monnich, Henry Nixon, Greg Rubiola (Big), William Thompson, and James Willis.

A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 24th at 10 AM at Alamo Heights United Methodist Church, 825 E. Basse, San Antonio, TX 78209. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to lifetimerecoverytx.org, augustheart.org, riserecovery.org, or davidslegacy.org.

Forever STUCK in our hearts.

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Porter Loring Mortuary

1101 McCullough Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212
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