Tuesday, July 03, 2018

RIP Charlie Chrin

Colorful business leader Charlie Chrin, age 94, passed away on Saturday. His obit claims that his route 33 Interchange in Tatamy is the"crown jewel" of his career. I'd disagree. I think it would be hard to single out any of his numerous ventures, from landfills to banks to residential and commercial development. I'd say his legacy is his charity, especially to organizations like The Miracle League.

“On behalf of my family and the good people of Northampton County, we send our deepest condolences to the Chrin family at this difficult time," said NorCo Exec Lamont McClure. "We pray the fond memories they have comfort them in the days, weeks and months to come.”

6 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Person dies and we take shots. Anon 155pm, please take a break.

The Banker

Bernie O'Hare said...

Actually, Chrin did offer more money to the county than he did originally and it has been accepted.

Anonymous said...

Jerk is too kind a word for you. I actually feel sorry for you and your kind. Must be tough to be so miserable

Bernie O'Hare said...

I deleted the first comment. There is no reason why people who were close to Chrin or his family should have to read about what to him was s minor business dispute.

X said...

My deepest sympathy to the Chrin family.
The man was one hell of a garbage man dealing in the land fill business that became more.
The ugly American's fit right in with the garbage under the daily coverings of the Chirn land fill! A cesspool is more fitting though because is too good a living quarters for ugly Americans today!
Bernie seeing it's the 4th of July independence day, catapults could be enlightened with rockets and half stick to send theZe ugly American's to the other side of the wall.
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