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This plaque located just off exit 36 of I-15 says:

Gone but not forgotten, Charles Don Grundy “Chuck.”  Dec 1967-July 2011.

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Chuck Grundy 1967 ~ 2011 St. George, Utah – Charles Don “Chuck” Grundy was eager to enter this life and left far too soon. He started and ended his journey on the side of a road, which is also where he spent most of his life working. On December 2, 1967, he was born on the Glenwood Dugway, starting his incredible journey through life. He was born, a son of Charles Wayne and Jeraldine Edwards Grundy. He grew up in Annabella, Utah, graduating from South Sevier High School in 1986 and attended Dixie State College. Throughout high school, he played and excelled in all sports and mastered the art of fighting. As the oldest of seven children, he spent his life loving and caring for his brothers and sisters. In Central Valley, Utah, on August 8, 1987, he married his high school sweetheart, Natalie Tobler. They were blessed with two incredible children, who were the light of his life. Chucks’ passions were apparent at just eight years old, when he started operating a backhoe. His life was spend building and creating for our future. With his dad and brothers, he started his career at Wayne Grundy Construction. Moving on to companies including Barney Trucking, Gibbins and Reed, Ames, Ron Lewis Construction and many others. At the time of his passing, he was employed by and working on a Sunroc Construction project. Chuck spent his time doing anything he could with his wife, kids, brothers and sister. His passions were racing fast cars, boating, hunting, camping and reloading bullets. You could often find Chuck tinkering with anything he could get his hands on

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