By Marty Gordon
Former Christiansburg Recreation Youth Supervisor Chuck Muncy has found something to do in his retirement. He has been appointed golf coach at Christiansburg High School.
Muncy retired this past month after over 30 years in recreation.
In 2015, Muncy was honored with the Wayne LaPierre Sr. Baseball Community Service Award, which recognized his work with youth baseball and softball programs. The service award was presented by the Salem-Roanoke Baseball Hall of Fame that was founded in 1991 and includes the counties of Alleghany, Roanoke, Bedford, Botetourt, Craig, Floyd, Franklin, and Montgomery.
Over the past 15 years, Muncy has served as the youth supervisor for the Christiansburg Recreation Department. He has also coached youth football, basketball, baseball, and softball.
He also helped jumpstart the Christiansburg Middle School baseball program and coached the team for several years.
During his tenure, he also served as the supervisor for the Harkrader Sports Complex.
This past year, Christiansburg notched a 349 for fifth place in River Ridge District play. Returning junior Seth Walker shot an 81 for the Blue Demons.