I'm going to turn 60 later this year. I think most people my age have thought about how they might be remembered when they are gone.
In today's Napa Valley Register, Pierce Carson wrote a column about Charles Roy.
Charles Roy passed away on January 30th, 2010. Charles was a client of Piña Vineyard Management. But he was more than just a client.
His obituary didn't tell the whole story:
So it was nice to see Pierce's column go beyond the obituary:
I was not as close to Charles as many folks here, including my brother John, who remembered him this way in the comment section of Pierce's column:
Charles was an amazing man. His enthusiasm was always present, even in difficult times. I will always remember him as a strong, decent, ethical man; a joy to work with and to call a friend.
John C. Piña
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