Charles A. Haskell, II

charles haskell, ii

Charles A.Haskell, II


Charles A. Haskell II (b. May 2, 1937) of Englewood, Colorado, died peacefully on December 8, 2016, at the age of 79. Charles was the second eldest son of the late Charles and Irene Haskell. He attended Regis High School and after serving in the United States Marine Corps, returned to Denver and received his B.S.B.A. degree in Accounting from the University of Denver. After beginning his professional career as a CPA with Price Waterhouse in New York, he returned to his native Denver and took a position with the brokerage firm of Bosworth & Sullivan. This new career would span five decades of changes and mergers in the firm but never in his wavering of providing sound investment advice for his clients. He retired as vice president and investment officer of RBC Wealth Management in 2012.

Among Chuck’s outside interests were car racing and golf. He appreciated vintage cars having been the proud owner of a 1939 Ford and a 1947 Lincoln. He made pilgrimages to the “Indy 500” for many years, most recently with his son, Stephen, and grandson, Ryan. He was a close follower of the NASCAR standings.

Chuck was an avid golfer and a longtime member of Cherry Hills Country Club. He also loved Coronado Island in the San Diego area and in his later years he would spend the month of February there golfing and hosting his many visitors.

Chuck’s loyalty and generosity to family, friends and church were well known. He was always available for advice and a helping hand. His alma maters, Regis High School and the University of Denver, have also benefited from his generosity.

Immediate survivors include his children, Kate (Alan Regimbal) of Bellingham, WA, and Stephen (Stacy) of Littleton, his five grandchildren, Grant, Sophia, Gabriel, Elle and Ryan as well as siblings Roger (Maryann) of Scotia, NY, Russell (Sue) of Denver, Daniel (Marcy) of Englewood, Dana Patton of New York City and Jenean Jones of Silver Spring, MD. Also surviving is his former wife Sheila Dick Haskell of Littleton.

A Rosary will be held at St. Louis Catholic Church, 3310 S. Sherman St, Englewood CO 80113 on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 5 PM and Memorial Mass on Friday, Dec. 16 also at St. Louis Church at 2 PM followed by a reception at the University of Denver, in the Joy Burns Center, School of Hospitality. Parking available in Lot E at the corner of Evans and High.

Donations in his memory can be made to the American Heart Association, 1777 S. Harrison St., Suite 500, Denver CO 80210 or please visit Charles' memorial fundraising page c/o the American Heart Association at:;jsessionid=F7598AFC98A217AF3C8FE1D72106F2EB.app243a?pg=fund&fr_id=1030&pxfid=285387



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  1. Deepest condolences on the passing of your brother, and prayers with all of you at this difficult time of reckoning with our mortality. Know that your family is an inspiration of unity and love and care for each other and one of the blessings to all who know any and all of you. It has been a privilege to know your family and I send best wishes for full rejoicing and thanks for the life of Chuck. Jolyne

  2. Katie and Stephen,

    I am so sorry for your loss…loosing your father is a very difficult thing. My thoughts will be with you as you go through this very difficult journey. I will always remember your fathers kind words when I lost my father.

    Love, Laurie

  3. To Chuck's family: please accept my sincere condolences. I consider him to have been a very good friend and very good man.

  4. Charlie I loved ya and we shared a love of motor racing and iffy hearts. Say hi to your folks. Irene was very kind to me while preggers. To sibs of him I haven't seen you in too long. Pls. Feel free to e me. Have to work that day but sending love and hugs your way. đŸ’•Petie

  5. Chuck and I worked together at Price Waterhouse back in the '60's and have enjoyed our friendship over many years. My sympathy to his family for your loss. Chuck was a good man who will be missed by me and many others.

  6. Chuck was a good friend for many years. We worked together at Bosworth, Sullivan in the 1960's. We enjoyed many golf games at Cherry Hills over the years. Best of all, Chuck was a true gentleman and close advisor to me and my family. He will be missed. My best wishes go to Chuck's family. Jack Hartman

  7. Dear Haskells Family,
    Sending you all love. So sorry that this amazing man has left your lives. He will be greatly missed but always remembered.

    Kitty Bradley

  8. Greetings and sincere condolences to Chucks family, he was my stock broker for about 25 years, and I also considered him a friend. He was a kind, considerate good man. God rest his soul , David Warren, the wine maker

  9. My grandson must have inherited Chuck's love of NASCAR. Casey won the NASCAR pool at a village bar when he was 5. So sad that I didn't have a chance to visit. I so enjoyed visiting with him. Sending good karma to all. Cousin Laurie Bradley Ditzel

  10. I have many happy memories of Chuck over the years. He was always a great friend with a ready laugh and lots of fun to be with. As many have said, he was a very good guy, and I am among those who will miss him.
    Sending love and condolences to all the family.
    Dee Manning

  11. Chuck was a wonderful human being whom we enjoyed as a fine person and a good friend. Our deepest condolences to the entire Haskell family.

  12. I am sorry for your family's loss as Chuck was one of my first mentors after I graduated from CU. I was one of his assistants in the mutual fund department run by Chuck at what was then known as Bosworth, Sullivan & Co. During a time when the brokerage business was male dominant, Chuck supported my efforts to get registered in the securities business. He even arranged for me to join Toastmasters so that I could improve my speaking abilities. I will always remember Chuck whenever I see a gentleman sporting a bow tie – he was a true gentleman who loved his family and his golf game. He was a good man with a great deal of integrity and humor.

  13. I worked for Chuck as a temporary at Bosworth Sullivan and he and Sheila became friends of ours. He was so much fun to work for and I feel badly that I hadn't had contact with him
    The last couple years. Wish I had done so. My sympathy to all his family and friends who will miss his great personality, his bow ties and his kind heart. I know I will.
    Linda Hanson

  14. Chuck was a kind and sincere friend. Thru the years, I enjoyed playing many rounds of golf with him. His knowledge of the stock market was most impressive. Whenever I would have any financial question or comment, he would always launch into a detailed lengthy and informative explanation. He was a good man and I will miss him.

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