Charles Card Obituary, Charles Card Has Died – Death
Charles Card Obituary, Death Cause – With heavy hearts and profound sorrow, the Washington Cattlemen’s Association (WCA) comes together to remember and honor the life of a cherished member of our community. Charles Frederick “Charlie” Card, a man whose dedication and contributions have left an indelible mark on our association, has passed away. Our thoughts are with his family, especially his wife and WCA Secretary, Linda Card, during this difficult time. Charlie’s unwavering commitment to the Washington Cattlemen’s Association has been felt deeply by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Throughout the years, he stood at the forefront of our endeavors, leaving an indelible legacy of service and dedication.
His involvement extended beyond mere participation, as Charlie held various leadership roles within our association. He served as the President of the Benton County Cattlemen’s group, representing the ideals and values that define our community. As a WCA Diet 5 Representative and Membership Chairman, he worked diligently to ensure the vitality of our organization and foster connections among fellow cattlemen. Charlie’s significance in our community was further underscored by his distinction as the FIRST paying Life Member in the WCA. His commitment went beyond words, as he invested in the future of our association, setting an example for all to follow.
As we gather to celebrate Charlie’s life and legacy, let us remember the moments of camaraderie, the shared experiences, and the lasting impact he had on our lives. His memory will forever be intertwined with the spirit of the Washington Cattlemen’s Association. In honoring Charlie’s wishes, a final gathering will be held on Saturday, August 26, at 1:30 p.m. We will come together to celebrate his life, share stories, and offer comfort to one another. As we reflect on his journey, let us also look ahead to a future where his values and contributions continue to guide us, ensuring that his legacy lives on in the spirit of unity, dedication, and camaraderie that defines our association.