Charles J Krause

Passed away on February 7, 2013

Charles J Krause passed away on February 7, 2013 in Marco Island, FL.


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Lita Hoyer

December 24, 2017

A man with a sense of humor. I adored this man and will always treasure our conversations. God Bless you for your professional contributions and for being a man that the average person could relate to. RIP!

Maxine Cunningham

February 28, 2013

On behalf of the American Laryngological Association of which Dr. Krause was a long time Fellow, please accept our since condolences for your loss. Dr. Krause will be remembered as a giant gentleman among his fellow physicians and especially to those he mentored.

Maxine Cunningham
American Laryngolgoical Association

Jochen Schacht

February 26, 2013

We will always fondly rand gratefully remember the times when Chuck Krause was Chair in Ann Arbor and a very close relationship developed between him and the Kresge Hearing Research Institute. We admired him for his scholarship and integrity and he wholeheartedly supported research in the department. While we valued his professional accomplishments, we also cherished the personal warmth and care that became so apparent – among other occasions - at Barbara's and Chuck's holiday parties. He will remain forever in our hearts and minds.

February 18, 2013

Dear Barbara, so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved husband. My thoughts and prayers go out to you.
Classmate of Valley High, Carol Johnston Johnson, DeFuniak Springs, FL

February 17, 2013

Joe and Carrie Hall,UI,class of 1962

February 17, 2013

I remember Chuck from our days in Alleman, grades k-5. He was such a good friend and special person My deepest sympathy-I was so sorry to hear of your loss. May you be comforted now in your time of sorrow.

Anne T. L

Donna (Hopkins) Reed

February 15, 2013

Dr. Krause was an ethical man of honor and integrity. I was privileged to work for and participate with him on the Otolaryngology Diversity Committee, the first such departmental diversity initiative in the UM Medical School. He hired, trained and mentored women and minority physicians, and valued, respected and genuinely cared about all of his employees. His calm and compassionate leadership through a departmental tragedy was both inspiring and comforting. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends as you grieve the loss of a remarkable person.

B J Bess

February 14, 2013

The vision of Chuck's smile will warm my heart always. Though I knew him for but a brief time, our times shared will remain among my fondest memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your loving family Barb.

Ann Terry

February 14, 2013

My family has such fond memories of your warm and inviting home in Iowa City. We are sorry for our loss.

February 14, 2013

Never had a chance to work with Chuck but as a Michigan alumnus I admired him and am grateful for his contribution to our ear nose and throat department.
Our condolences to his family
Roger and Monica McNeill
Houston tx