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Portland Tribune

John Charles: Building QBs in Prineville

Pandemic slammed his clinic business, but former pro holding private ones in Prineville. John Charles played quarterback for Portland State University, before having a brief professional career with both the Atlanta Falcons and the San Jose Sabercats in the Arena Football League. Charles, who was inducted into the Portland State...
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Mount Shasta, CAMount Shasta Herald

Obituary: John Charles

John Charles, a resident of Mount Shasta for nearly 40 years, passed away after a short illness in the hospital in Medford, Oregon, on April 15, 2021. Born in Redding on August 25, 1942, his family moved to Dunsmuir when he was in the third grade, where he met his lifelong friends and Nikki Edson, a Dunsmuir native and the love of his life who would become his wife on July 10, 1966.
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Yakima, WAYakima Herald Republic

John Charles “Rambo” Lewis

John Charles “Rambo” Lewis, 74, of Yakima, Washington, passed away on Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 at home in hospice care surrounded by his loving family after suffering a stroke. John was born in Yakima, Washington on January 29, 1947 to Charles and Dorothy (Wymer) Lewis. He grew up in the...
HealthWinona Daily News

John Charles: Legislators must support Pharmacy Fair Competition Act

How far would you have to drive if your local pharmacy was forced to shutter its doors? Are you OK with paying more for the same drug so a health care middleman can pocket big profits without passing the savings onto you? Our state needs to bring transparency to drug costs for patients and protect our local pharmacies.

John Charles “Jack” Dally

John Charles “Jack” Dally, 79, of West Mansfield, passed away Sunday, March 7, 2021, at Hospice of Central Ohio within The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. A 1959 graduate of Bokescreek Local High School in West Mansfield, he also attended The Ohio State University. Jack served in the Air National Guard from 1963-1969 and a dispatcher for the Ohio State Highway Patrol before embarking on his nearly 51-year career as an agent for Nationwide Insurance, where he was honored with the Champion’s Club. He was a York Rite 32nd Degree Mason since 1973, most recently with the East Liberty #247 Masonic Lodge, a member of the Aladdin Shriners since 1976, the American Legion Post 603 in West Mansfield, served on the West Mansfield Village Council from 1996-2013, and attended the West Mansfield United Methodist Church.