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Chuck loved sports, he enjoyed watching and following the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, Gonzaga and Duke Basketball as well as many other sports.
Chuck leaves behind children Chad Easterbrook, Gail (Eric) Rensink, and Amy (Ted) Peterson, six grandchildren - Thea (Willie) Beaudoin, Dain Rensink, Zach Rensink, TC (Annette) Peterson, Glenn Peterson (Carrie Hendel), and Stephanie (Heath) Fox and six great-grandchildren (plus one on the way); brothers, Raymond, Gene and Jack (Ann) Easterbrook and sister Verna Banks.
The family would like to thank family and friends for their support and prayers and would also like to thank all the doctors and staff at the St.Chuck was a huge Maniac supporter attending children and grandchildren sporting and school events.Chuck also attended and cheered for all his grandchildren's events either home or on the road.Lee farmed and ranched in Gifford until moving to Uniontown, WA, where he farmed the home place.
He owned Lee Heitstuman and Sons Trucking until 1984, when he went to work for Deatley Crushing Service until he retired in 1992 - though he never really retired.He then moved to and attended Kendrick schools, graduating from Kendrick High School in 1946. Chuck attended the University of Idaho for a short period then began working in the woods to aid in supporting his mother and siblings as Chuck's father died in 1947.