No one knows Chuck like Chuck, but you can find Chuck every month in the pages of PASO Magazine where his personality bursts off the pages along with the articles he writes about our remarkable community.
Chuck and his wife, Heather, moved to Paso from outside San Jose very early in 2000. Chuck ran hi-tech global-sales and service organizations as a career utilizing Telex and Fax with big magic markers as his communications tools!
Chuck’s first story for PASO Mag was in its inaugural issue and he’s been a steady contributor ever since.
Chuck’s favorite stories to write are about interesting people. “While we face many issues, there is an immense bond of Roblans helping one another here.” Small wonder that he gravitates toward those who are creative in any good way, those who accomplish something worthwhile, those who give back and enrich both the area and lives of others, those who protect, serve, heal, counsel and educate.
Chuck is especially fond of Roblans who save, display, identify and enhance the great history of the El Paso de Robles regional locale through the cadre of our museums.
Fun fact: SLO County is 3 times the size of Rhode Island.