Chuck has been married to Dr. Tina Fraser for 36 years. They have six children and seven grandchildren. As a Foster Family they had 77 children in their care over 28 years. Chuck was a railroad conductor for 20 years where he volunteered 15 of those 20 years on the BC Rail Employee Assistance Program. When the railroad was downsizing Chuck left and followed another track into higher learning. He received a two year diploma and was later accepted into UNBC and received a BSW and MSW in Structural Social Work.
Chuck has been a frontline social worker in First Nations communities, healing camps, group homes, universities, custody centers, and an ally connecting stakeholders, families, service providers, thus providing a safety-net around vulnerable people. He has been a candidate in two provincial elections; a union representative, and has sat on community boards. The Section 9 Pilot project was proclaimed and is called Youth Agreements, the front runner for Agreements with Young Adults. He has instructed in the social work program and has been a guest in many classes. Chuck has been involved in advocacy organizations locally, nationally, and internationally. Chuck recently retired from Youth Forensics after eight years. He writes social justice poetry and has now gone into private practice. He still remains hopeful for a just and civil planet to prevail. Peace and Love.