Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck Mohler

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A Memorial Meeting for Worship for Charles Leon Mohler was held on Saturday, June 5 2021 at Ithaca Meeting’s Hector Meetinghouse. A second, online Memorial Meeting for Worship will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 beginning at 7pm. The Memorial Meeting will be in the Quaker tradition of silent worship with friends and family rising, or unmuting their microphone, to speak “as led”. At a memorial meeting “attention is focused . . . on a living spirit and a radiant faith.”

All are welcome to join this online gathering, whether you attended the in-person memorial meeting or not. You can participate using a computer, with or without a video camera, or by phone. Click this link to join the memorial meeting online or from your Zoom app with Meeting ID: 896 1188 7442 and passcode: friends You can also participate over the phone by dialing 646-518-9805 and entering Meeting ID: 896 1188 7442 when prompted.

Note: If you are using Zoom on your computer for the first time, you may want to click the link to the memorial meeting 10-15 minutes minutes early so that you have a leisurely moment to get set up with the software. You can also download Zoom from their website at any time.

The in-person Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck was a beautiful, meaningful time for friends, family, colleagues, neighbors, and Friends (Quakers) to reflect on Chuck’s kindness, generosity, faith, intellect, and pragmatism.

Chuck’s obituary can be read online at the Ithaca Cremation website.

If you would like to leave a remembrance of Chuck or a message for his family, please use the “Comments” section at the bottom of this page.

2 thoughts on “Memorial Meeting for Worship for Chuck Mohler

  1. Diane Ayers

    Chuck was a wonder, open and warm hearted person. He was a valued member of our Cornell community, and in the town of Caroline community as well. He will be missed.

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