June 30, 1955 to December 20, 2018 Charles Arthur Lachenbruch (Charlie), the devoted son of Edith Bennett and Arthur Herold Lachenbruch, lived a full life. He grew up in Palo Alto and Los Altos Hills, California, forever scanning the horizon, hiking down trails, and flipping boards to look for animals. He was active as an athlete in high school, college, and beyond, where he moved from early years of tennis, basketball, baseball, and track to college and minor league baseball. He was an exceptional college pitcher with an earned run average of 1.24 and a fastball clocked at 98 mph. Following college, he became an accomplished marathon runner, and when running injuries prevented further marathons he turned to cycling and was quickly a competitive state and national force. He qualified for and competed in the 1988 Olympic cycling trials and was a two-time Masters National Time Trial champion.