CHUCK SCHULDINER Video Made Available To Offset Medical Expenses

Jane Schuldiner, the mother of late DEATH/CONTROL DENIED frontman Chuck Schuldiner, is making available a professionally-edited video of her son at various points of his life to anyone that is interested in obtaining a copy. Here is Ms. Schuldiner's official statement on the matter:

Dear Fans,

There was a video, professionally done, made of the different stages of Chuck's life from the beginning to the end, to be shown at Chuck's memorial on January 4, 2002. This was a wonderful testament to him and I have decided to share it with any of you who wishes to have it. There will be a donation of $ 25.00 for the video, which will include shipping and handling, and all proceeds will go towards Chuck's continuing expenses. I am not having it go through his bank because of the $10.00 fee they charge for each transaction. The video can be ordered from me with a $25.00 money order at my address, which is:

Jane Schuldiner
613 East Citrus Street
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701


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