“In a way Chuck channeled Will Rogers by defining what were the finest , most enduring, most important human character qualities imbedded in one (perhaps the greatest) generation and then introduced them to the next two. We are all better for having had such a friend,” John Bardis, Assistant Secretary for Administration at HHS.
"Chuck was a salesman, salesman. He had the ability to motivate people with simple language. Chuck loved healthcare and everyone he meet in healthcare loved him," Bill Kelley, former president and CEO of Hill-Rom.