The Copperhead District of the Boy Scouts of America, Sam Houston Area Council, has posted information about Chuck’s services. Pasted here:
Visitation on Wednesday from 6-8pm at Memorial Oaks Funeral Home: 13001 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079
Funeral Services on Thursday beginning 6pm at Copperfield Church: 8350 Hwy 6 N, Houston, TX 77095
PLEASE – make arrangements to attend and show your support and respect for Chuck and his family.
The Devier family is asking that Scouts (Youth and Adults) wear your class A uniform to the services in Chuck’s honor.
We are coordinating efforts with our units and Peace Community Church for food and fellowship following the Thursday Services.
Please be on the lookout from unit leaders for what may be needed.
A Memorial Funds has been established to help the family cover the cost of the funeral: gofund.me/t46wj7q »
Your generosity is greatly appreciated by the family. Please spread the word via your social media!
Unit leaders – please ensure that you get the word out to your units as we move quickly to respond to this tragic event.
More info to be posted on the website – www.copperhead.shac.org »
I don’t know much, but a good man died last night. Sounds like some serious storms at Stephen F. Austin State Park in Texas.
Chuck Devier was a legendary Dutch Oven cook. He was a lover of the outdoors. He served on the local Scouts, educating youth and introducing them to nature. I can think of no higher calling. The world is better now and in the future for having had him in it.
Others have remarked that “at least he died doing what he loved – better than at a desk.” Agreed. I rather it not happened at all.
I always assumed we’d meet up on a camping trip. Just assumed it as a matter-of-fact. Always meant to. Never made it. Always thought “next year.”
Happy Trails, Chuck. I know that where you’re at, they’re happy and peaceful and full of blue skies. And the food’s a whole lot better now.