RC This Weekend!

Competition Fun Fly at Hobby Park in Winston-Salem, sponsored by Hobby Park RC Club.

IMAC Fall Classic in Mocksville, sponsored by Winston-Salem RC Club.

This just in! The June Newsletter Is Out!


Newsletter editor Marc Wentnic has just published his first newsletter as CCRC’s new editor. Best of luck to Marc in the position, and hats off to Tom Black who has put out many fine issues. His shoes will be tough to fill, but Marc seems up for the challenge! Check out this and past issues on the Newsletter page under the Resources section clickthe website, or by clicking below.



Dale Fuller RIP

CCRC is saddened to learn that Dale Fuller passed away Friday, June 12, 2015 after battling Cancer for the last few years. His obiturary follows:

Dale Fuller September 23, 1931 – June 11, 2015 Richard Delmas (Dale) Fuller, born September 23, 1931, took his last ascent soaring to Heaven on Thursday, June 11, 2015, at 8:13 pm, with his family around his bed side singing Beulah Land. Dale is now healed and in the presence of his Lord and Savior. Funeral Service celebrating his life will be held Monday June 15, 2015 at Faith Church with Rev. Allen Byerly officiating. Interment will follow in the Eastlawn Gardens of Memory. Although Dale had many accomplishments, the love of his life, his sweetheart, is his surviving spouse of 63 years, Joan Fuller of the home. Dale and his beloved Joan are charter members of Faith Church. Dale was in the US Army during the Korean War and worked for Roadway Trucking Company 34 years driving 3,750,000 miles supporting family. Ever the Sportsman, Dale taught his children to hunt and fish with his claim to fame being the striped bass (37 pounds, 47 inches long) he had proudly displayed in the den. His lifelong passion was to fly. Dale began building model airplanes at an early age. After retirement he joined the High Point RC Radio Control Club and proudly displayed memories in his room. Dale is enjoying the company of his mother, father, brother, nephew and grandson Daniel James Ladd, who went to heaven before him. Dale and Joan love family. Many times at supper time, Dale would state that your best friends are around this table. Dale was able to hear the heartbeat of his second great-grandchild, who is expected in the fall, two weeks ago which resulted in such laughter and enjoyment. Survivors include Dale and Joans four children and their Born: September 23, 1931 Death: June 11, 2015 families are daughter Lynn Fuller Ladd, her husband Thomas James (Tommy) Ladd, grandson Timothy Dale Ladd and great-grandson Maddax James Ladd; son David Lee Fuller and his wife Deborah Carlyle Fuller, granddaughter Danielle Fuller Irwin and her husband Charles Edwin (Eddie) Irwin II and soon to arrive great-grandson Charles (Charlie) Edwin III, and granddaughter Anna Leigh Fuller; daughter Ann Fuller Rothrock, her husband Robert Craig Rothrock and granddaughter Amanda JoAnn Rothrock; son John Richard Fuller and his wife Krista Crews Fuller and grandson Jordan Ray Fuller. Dales surviving brother is John Kyle Fuller and his wife Movida Fuller. The family will visit with friends from 4:00PM until 6:00pm on Sunday afternoon at the Pierce-Jefferson Funeral & Cremation Services Chapel. Friends and family may sign, and view the guestbook at www.Pierce-JeffersonFuneralService.com Memorial contributions are asked to be made to Hospice and Palliative Care Center, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC, 27103

RC This Weekend! June 6-7

Going on locally!

In addition to our own Fly-In, Hobby Park will be hosting a 2-day Competition Fun Fly! at Hobby Park in Winston-Salem. Registration includes a hot dog lunch. Competition includes timed events, limbo, combat and RC Golf! There a 50/50 raffle and a Rx-Readty T-28 is also being raffled, a great prize! HobbyParkRC.Net Come to CCRC on Saturday and then hit Hobby Park on Sunday! HOBBY PARK HAS HAD TO CANCEL THE SUNDAY PORTION OF THEIR EVENT!