Charles L. Roundtree, Jr., SGT passed away suddenly on March 29, 2017. During his life, Chuck developed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and found himself homeless on several occasions living with the side effects. Through Project PLASE’s Support Services for Veteran Families, Chuck was able to obtain the assistance he required to reconnect with society. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Project PLASE’s Support Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) to continue supporting our servicemen and servicewomen in their time of need.
The Army Core Values: Loyal, Duty, Respect, Selfless-Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage are words that truly describe Charles “Chuck” L. Roundtree, Jr. Chuck was the only son of the late Charles L. Roundtree Sr. and Mattie L. Roundtree and the youngest of the Roundtree family. He enlisted and served honorably in the United States Army from April 1981 to December 1988. His last duty station on record supporting the 2nd Battallion, 20th Field Artillery located in Germany. Chuck earned several awards to include the Good Conduct Medal and the Army Achievement Medal. Although Chuck’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder side effects led him to substance abuse and homelessness, he ALWAYS persevered with a smile on his face and a love for his family. Chuck was loyal, a beloved family member; a devoted friend and a dedicated church member. He was a blessing whose presence could instantly touch those who grew to know him. His laughter, his smile and the sound of his voice will forever be remembered by those left to cherish his memory.
We love you Chuck!