Charles David Wiencek
Although your time with us was brief, our hearts are lightened knowing you are happy and at peace with our Creator. You have truly left an indelible footprint on our lives.
Music was your greatest gift to us and the passion of your life. It was your soul expressing itself, sharing the depth of your feelings. We will continue to see you in every sunset, every dewdrop, every plant that grows, every star that twinkles.
We are comforted knowing you passed peacefully in your home in Denver. Thank you for sharing your life with us. We wish you a peaceful, exciting journey, until we meet again.
Your parents, Carol Opeka, Ken Wiencek (Erin), fiancee, Chen Wu, sister, Niki Wheeler (James), nieces, Danielle and Katie, brother, Dan (Kaori Katsumata), nephew, Shogo, brother, Joe (Qi Zhou).
A celebration of Charles’ life took place in Denver on Jan. 24 at the Simpson Methodist Church where he was Choir Director. Another celebration will take place in Glenwood Springs in the spring.
Memorial gifts may be donated to the Salvation Army of Denver in honor of Charles D. Wiencek at 4751 Broadway, Denver. CO 80216
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