Today I say goodbye to the greatest father a girl could ask for. My Dad lived a great life, served his country, made a good living and lived by his own rules.
His family-Was his religion, he believed in us deeply and had all the faith in the world in US. We always came first, above ALL else.
He had a deep kindness within him. A kindness to animals and a giving generosity to people. He helped strangers all the time; and spoiled his family rotten. Just a good person.
I will miss him forever, but he is no longer sick and confused. He died a good and dignified death and I could not ask for more.
Even with my broken heart, I can see what a lucky girl I have been.
I love you Daddy!!
Charles D. “Chuck” McCall, 85 of Topeka, passed away Monday, November 11, 2019 in Topeka, Kansas. He was born July 30, 1934 in Topeka.
Chuck served in the U.S. Navy during the Koran War, honorably discharged October 17, 1957. He worked 32 years as an Elevator Technician, known about town as “The Elevator Man”. He was a proud member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia “Pat” McCall, Son, Darrin L. McCall, Daughters, Tricia (Bryce)Decker and Lana McCall, Grandchildren, Connor and Gabrielle Stotts, Drake McCall, Darrin, Nickolas, Braydn, and Issak Decker.
He was preceded in death by an infant son, Gary McCall, his parents Walter and Glendola (Rude) McCall, siblings Leslie McCall and Mary Applegate.
A Celebration of Chuck’s life is being planned for a later date.