Beach Memorial Chapel

301 Corey Ave, ST Pete Beach, FL


Walter "Chuck" Charles Alberts II

September 27, 1973March 6, 2020

Walter Charles Alberts, II "Chuck", 46, of St Pete Beach, Florida passed away suddenly March 6, 2020 in his home. Born in Elizabeth, NJ he attended grammar school and played basketball before moving to Sea Girt NJ, where he graduated from Manasquan High School. Chuck earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at The University of Central Florida. He was attending St. Pete College to become an X Ray technician. Chuck is survived by his loving parents, Connie and John Gibson; siblings, Joe and Kerri Alberts, and Gwen Barry; his nephews Christopher, Patrick, Charlie Alberts, and Ben Barry in addition to many friends and extended family. Chuck was a devoted son, grandson, and an amazing uncle to his nephews. He was involved with his community, always ready to lend a hand and a smile to his neighbors. Chuck was a talented chef, creating edible masterpieces for holidays and family celebrations. He had a number of hobbies including fishing, traveling, music, and swimming at the beach. Chuck loved listening to Grateful Dead music, planning travel adventures, fine dining, and grilling at home. He enjoyed the company of his family and friends more than anything. Chuck will be greatly missed by his family, friends, acquaintances, and all that knew him. May his memory be eternal.


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Mary Gabrielli

March 14, 2020

Blessed repose and eternal memory! My deepest condolences to Connie, Gwen, and the entire family.
Chuck, I will miss your fireworks next door, and your saying hi whenever you were coming and going, miss seeing you walk Snickers, fishing out back on the dock, and taking pictures of the moon and stars. Thanks for always asking about my Grandfather and coming to see him.
I can't believe you're gone, I thought we'd be neighbors til we were both old and gray, in our eighties and nineties, after our own parents passed away. You would have made the best X-ray tech, proud of you for going into that! I still remember playing with you in the yard as a little girl on '80's summer vacation visits to my grandparents.
I didn't even get to say goodbye....I keep walking around thinking, "I'll never see him again!" Tell Sally and my grandfather up in heaven that I said hi. We'll string up lights on a palm tree next Christmas in memory of you. See you in heaven!
Mary Gabrielli (Dr. Tom & Jeanne Campbell's granddaughter) (Cleveland, OH & St. Pete Beach FL)