[Charles Stalnaker shown here second from right in “El Condor”. Photo courtesy Dan van Husen]
After graduating with a Liberal Arts degree from Oglethorpe University in Georgia, Chuck went on to enjoy a fulfilling and fascinating career as a writer and actor in Western films.
Beloved father of Aurelie Marie (Jason) Monroe of Phoenix, Arizona; very proud and loving "Grampy" of Jaice, Tristan, Lukas and the late Gabriel Monroe.
Former spouse and dear friend of Assunta Menetrier of Fort Lauderdale and stepfather of Carlos (Elaine) Lagunilla of Miami, Florida
Son of the late John McKinney Stalnaker and Virginia Grace Stalnaker (nee Wolfe).
Survived by one sister, Joann (Harold) Todd of Atlanta, Georgia
Preceded in death by his beloved German Shepard Fritz "Fritzy Boy".
He will be remembered by all as "Un Buen Hombre" and as an AWESOME father and grandfather.
STALNAKER, Charles (Charles Fredrick Stalnaker)
Born: 11/10/1933, Elkins, West Virginia, U.S.A.
Died: 8/2/2012, Flora, Illinois, U.S.A.
Charles Stalnaker’s westerns – actor:
Death Valley Days (TV) – 1957 (Mac MacPherson) [as Chuck Stalmaker]
Bonco (TV) – 1959 (Lieutenant Putnam)
Custer of the West - 1967 (Lieutenant Howells)
Guns of the Magnificent Seven - 1968 (farmer)
El Condor - 1969 (bandit) [as Charles Stalmaker]
Land Raiders – 1969 (Frank Willis) [as Charles Stalmaker]
Cannon for Cordoba - 1970 (Captain Riggs)