Charles “Chuck” Holbrook
January 09, 1939 - April 16, 2023
Charles “Chuck” Holbrook, 84, of Valencia passed away on April 16, 2023. Son of the late D.L. and Virginia Holbrook; beloved husband of 53 years to Joan “Joni” Holbrook; loving father to Charles (Jo) Holbrook, Angela Berg, Randy (Roberta) Heintz, Dan (Sandi) Heintz, Kathy (Jerry) Curtin; grandfather to 16 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren; brother to the late Gene (Glenda) Holbrook and Bill Holbrook.
Chuck was a 20 year veteran of the United States Army Aviation followed by a very successful career as a Sales Manager for Woodmen of the World Insurance Company. Chuck was also an avid woodworker and spent much of his free time creating furniture for many of his children and grandchildren.Send Flowers Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary
Chuck was my first boss with WoodmenLife. Thanks to him seeing something in me I didn’t see, I had a 32 year career with Woodmen. Thank you, Chuck! Hugs to you, Janice! You were an important part of those first few years of my career as well! We had many great times at the Woodmen youth camp on Lake Brownwood!
Will miss you y buddy. It was great having you as a friend so many fun years.
I am so sorry to hear of your passing Chuck. You were like a father to me and gave me a lot of chances as a young man. I would not be where I am today if you hadn’t taken a chance on a young kid. You were a strong leader and a good man. This world could use a bunch more Chuck Holbrooks!
Aunt Joan so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Uncle Chucks hugs
Billy and I ALWAYS had a great time with Chuck. I looked forward to all of his emails. I absolutely loved talking with him . I will miss his emails and him
Worked for Chuck for 16 years in Al. He was a very positive influence to any body he was around. RIP, Chuck.
So sorry for your loss. I have a lot of good memories of him.
Chuck was a great manager and mentor to me. He hired me 30 years ago and I am strong with WoodmenLife due to his training me. I will miss him dearly.
I will miss talking to him at least twice a month. I looked forward to that and he will be terribly missed
I’m so sorry for your loss for the families of his. Please accept my condolences.
Uncle Chuck you always had a big smile and a strong handshake. I wish that I had more time to be in your company. You’ll be greatly missed.