Charlie and his late wife Barbara MacAdam Murgia recently lived in Hilltown, PA with their son Charlie and his family where he was loved into his last days in the care of family. Charlie was an active member of the Hatfield community throughout most of his lifetime where he took leading roles in both church and civic organizations. He was well known and well liked. He also served on the St. Charlie served as Chairman of the Board of the Hatfield Township Municipal Authority organizing monthly meetings and oversaw the financial and management aspects of their operations for over 45years.
Upward Flag Football and Cheerleading - North Penn
North Penn has an annual gala to raise money in addition to auctioning off many pieces of Broadway memorabilia. In the school year, the high school participated in the Y Foods Drive for the first time, and won 1st place. As a prize, Saves the Day played a free, private concert for them. They won 1st place, and as a result, were awarded another OK Go concert. The prize was a free dance hosted by the morning show Booker in the Morning. Due to the school's large community and student body, it was chosen as one of the places that a representative of the Clinton campaign would speak. Tin invited them personally to be a part of the momentous occasion.