Charles Gray Streamer

Born in Boulder, Colorado on February 5, 1942

Departed on October 1, 2018 and resided in Oakland, California

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Charles Gray Streamer was born in Boulder, Colorado on February 5, 1942.  He died in Boulder on October 1, 2018 of natural causes.  He was preceded in death by his Mother Evelyn Streamer and Father Paul Streamer and Brother Phillip Alan Streamer. His Brother William Streamer and Sister Carol Streamer will eternally miss him as a brother and friend. He graduated from Boulder High School in 1960.  He joined the U.S. Army and served during the Cuban Missile Crisis locating Army personnel after a fire in St. Louis destroyed Army records. After graduating from the University of Colorado Business School he served as a Certified Public Accountant chiefly throughout California and was a leader of the Northern California C.P.A. association.  He will be missed by family, friends and his many clients for his talents and sense of humor.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Judge Donald J. Sullivan (ret) :

    My wife, Genevieve, and I were extremely saddened to learn of Chuck’s final illness and death. We knew him for more than 30 years. Besides being a very competent CPA, he was a great story teller, full of wit and fun and as irreverent as the circumstances demanded. We will miss his welcoming smiles, unique hats and pious remarks. May he Rest In Peace.

  2. Dale W Bender, CPA :

    My wife, Joanne, & I are so sorry to hear of Chuck’s passing……we shared many stories over the years as members of the CSCPA MAP committee. Our last time together was over dinner in Pismo Beach this past summer – it was filled with lots of laughter and genuine heartfelt friendship. He will be sorely missed and our hearts go out to his family at this difficult time.

  3. I am so sad to hear of Chuck’s passing. I too was blessed to know Chuck through the CalCPA MAP Committee. He always brought such fun and insights into our group, and was a real anchor having been involved for so many years. As mentioned above, he had great stories and was such a vibrant leader of our discussions. He will be missed by our team.

  4. I met Chuck also through the CalCPA MAP committee and he was a unique individual that will be missed. My thought are with his family during this time.

  5. Monica Thompson :

    I had the privilege of meeting Chuck through CalCPA and the State Map Committee where he had been a member without a break since May 1977. He was extremely passionate about the CPA profession and was always willing to help when needed. Chuck’s jokes and infectious personality will genuinely be missed. My deepest condolences to the Streamer family.

  6. Mark H. Fowler :

    Chuck’s leaving us is such a shock—we just saw him. He has always been a light, a very unique and meaningful light for all the right reason: friendship, concern, desire to help and actually helping others, so funny and genuine and forthright in the nicest of ways. I always looked forward to seeing and chatting with him at our CA CPA MAP meetings. He brought a level continuity and legacy. He will be so very missed.

  7. I had the privilege of serving dinner to Charles every Friday night. He and his colleague/friend Rinona would meet at their favorite table at San Rafael Joe’s to discuss business and life. I miss our political chats and Charles’ thoughtful and insightful views on world matters. Charles was warm, gracious, and very funny.
    Friday nights are simply not the same without this kind man sitting at Table 10.

  8. The Arc San Francisco :

    On behalf of all of us at The Arc San Francisco, please accept our condolences on Chuck’s passing. He was a long-standing and valued volunteer with our Audit Committee, and he will be missed.

  9. I am so sorry to hear about Chuck’s passing. I became his client just a year ago and he helped me a great deal, providing guidance above and beyond the call of duty. He was a good man. My heart goes out to his family. Rest in peace, Chuck.

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