Captain Charles L Weirman, RET, PhD, 90, of Englewood, FL (formerly of Lansing, MI) died peacefully at home December 18, 2019. Born in Chicago, IL on June 12, 1929, Chuck graduated from Watervliet (MI) High School, earned an Associate Degree from Benton Harbor Junior College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Police Administration from Michigan State College. He loved police work, starting his career with the Berrien County Sheriff's department. In 1954 he joined the Michigan State Police and served at the Gladstone, Stephenson, Jackson, and East Lansing posts. As a Trooper, he joined the Underwater Recovery Squad and was assigned to the Heavy Weapons Squad. Promoted to Corporal, he was transferred to Operations in East Lansing. He earned additional promotions and transfers including Detective/Sergeant with the Racket Squad/Narcotics Division, Lieutenant and CO of the then newly formed Community Relations/Juvenile Section, and retired with the rank of Captain, CO of the Training Division at the training headquarters facility in Charlotte. In 1962 Chuck returned to MSU and obtained his Master and later his PhD while on active duty. After retiring in 1979, he and his wife Jane moved to Baton Rouge where he became an Asst Prof at LSU and was later made head of the School of Criminal Justice. In 1985 he moved to Jacksonville, FL. to take a position with the Institute of Police Technology and Management and was elected Secretary/Treasurer of the State and Provincial Academies Director's Section of the IACP. When he fully retired in 1992, he and his beloved "Janie" moved to Englewood, FL where he was able to spend significant time at his favorite activity, fishing. Preceded in death by Jane in January 2011, Chuck is survived by daughters Karn, Krista and Jana. Per his wishes he was cremated and requested no service or ceremony. Chuck was extremely proud of the MSP and requested this notice contain the admonition he gave every Friday night on the release of his new recruits, "Remember who you are and what you represent."