Charles "Chuck" Scullion-Smith |

Charles "Chuck" Scullion-Smith

Charles “Chuck” Scullion-Smith, 56, passed on the morning of July 8, 2010. He passed in his home in Santa Rosa, Calif. with his family there. He was born April 29, 1954 to Goldie and Walter Smith in Canoga Park, Calif. He also lived in Truckee and Sonoma, Calif. He loved his wife, Manuela, his children and grandchildren immensely. He had great love for all his extended family and friends. All who knew Chuck were in awe of his commitment to his family. Chuck was a huge Dodger and Laker fan. He had been quite the athlete and there wasn’t a sport he didn’t keep up on and give you all the stats. Chuck graduated from Sierra College with an AS degree in Social Science and then continued to take classes in the building industry. He had a career in custom home building and the last 16 years in commercial building as a superintendent and project manager. His building projects were phenomenal

Chuck is survived by: his wife and soul mate, Manuela; their three daughters: Fawn Brickman, Ericia Chiotti and Manuela (Nootchie) Robinson; his son-in-laws: Ed Brickman, Steve Chiotti, and Jeff Robinson; his grandchildren: Eticia and Keite, Dominic and Jason, and Jonathan and Justin. He is also survived by his mother, Goldie Smith; his sister, Jan Lavigne, and husband Drew; his brother, John Smith, and wife Cheryl; brother, Keith Smith; and wife Kori. He is also survived by many more wonderful, loving family and friends.

A service honoring our dear Chuck will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 24, 2010 at St. Leo the Great Church, 660 W. Agua Caliente Drive, Sonoma, Calif. Due to his incredible love for animals, memorial donations honoring Chuck would be appreciated to Pets Lifeline, P.O. Box 341, Sonoma, CA 95476. Inquiries can be made to Duggan’s Mission Chapel, Mission Cremation Service, at 525 West Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, (707) 996-3655, or

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