"Always loved and never forgotten." Charles F. Weber (Chuck) passed away peacefully, in his home on Sunday, June 20, 2021.

He was 73 years old. He fought a long and courageous battle with cancer and faced many challenges with his always positive attitude. He was an inspiration and never lost his sense of humor throughout that time.

Chuck was the first born of Eldred E. and Betty Weber, born on May 19, 1948 in Columbus, Georgia. Chuck was an "Army brat", as his father was a career officer in the US Army. Growing up, his family lived in numerous military locations in the United States as in Germany and Panama where he graduated from high school and spent two years in college. He finished college at the University of Florida and later received his Master's degree in real estate management.

After returning to his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Chuck joined his parents in the Weber Realty Company. With his knowledge, creativity and amazing business sense, he brought great success to that company and then went on to develop and grow Morganton Management, LLC into the well known, respected and prosperous organization that it is today. Chuck had talent for detail and an eye for beauty that was evident in his building projects as well as in his homes.

Chuck was so much more than a business man. He was a beloved and loyal friend who enjoyed life's pleasures and sharing them with his family and friends. He was fun and kind and generous and people enjoyed being with him. He was an avid wine connoisseur, he loved humor, laughter and being the number one practical joker. He loved to dance and was the president of the Myrtle Beach Shag Club for several years. He appreciated and loved art and enjoyed going to galleries around the world and often meeting the artist. He always enjoyed a challenging game of golf and sometimes would even wear a costume on the course! He was a happy guy and enjoyed his life.

Chuck will be sorely missed by his beloved partner, Carol Strickland, as well as his sister Sherrie Rutledge, her husband Ken and their children and grandchildren. Also, his deceased sister, Viki's, husband Bill Coughlin and his children and grandchildren. He will be missed by his many, many friends and colleagues but there is peace, knowing that he no longer suffers and is in his heavenly home.

"See I am sending an angel before you to protect you on your journey and lead you safely to the place I have prepared for you." Exodus 23:20

Online condolences may be sent to the Weber family at www.hamptonfuneralnc.com

Hampton Funeral and Cremation Service is in charge of the arrangements. 

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