REED – Charlotte G., 90, of Port Medway, Queens County had her final curtain call on December 23rd, 2009.
A memorial service will be held at a later date in Chandlers’ Funeral Chapel following cremation. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com.
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God needed another angel for his Christmas choir. Charlotte will be missed.
Sandi and Joe Simpson
So sorry to hear of Charlotte’s passing. She was a great lady and will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
Sorry to hear that your mom went so fast. I enjoyed knowing both your mon & dad, not only throught the Fire Dept. but as friends as well. If there is anything I can do here for you, I am just back the lane.
It is abad time of the year to loose anyone, but now is worst, but your mom would want you to be with your family over the holday and remember them both.
Sheila & family
Janet and Laurie Clattenburg
We are so sorry for your loss. A great lady, and will certainly miss
that smile she always had.
charles and Joyce Clattenburg
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother .We have all lost a great lady and a good friend.Our prayers are wiith you.
Joyce and Charles
so surprised and so sad to hear the passing of Charlotte who was such a wonderful lady, to her family my most sincere condolences.
Philip and Cynthia
We were very sorry to hear of Charlotte’s death. She was our neighbour, and a very good one. Her cheery smile and enthusiastic greeting always made one feel better. She had the same birthday as Philip, and always gave him a present – a kind and generous lady. We’ll miss her a lot. Philip and Cynthia Slayton
We will miss you so much; you always had a smile for everyone, Port Medway will not be the same………. but God needed you to come home to him. You were One classey Lady and It was a pleasure to know you. Love, Darlene Wile
Cynthia Berney Wine
Your mother had such life and energy, it is hard to imagine Port Medway without her. She always lit up Long Cove Rd.– with and without the yellow car!
I know Philip has written to you separately, but from both of us, please accept our most heartfelt condolences.
TODD J HANNAM
I REMMEBER CHARLOTTE IN HER YELLOW CAR AND GOING TO MILL VILLAGE BINGO I AM SORRY FOR YOU LOSS SHE WAS AN EXCEPTIONAL WOMAN
TODD J HANNAM
Dear Linda& family,
so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear mother,please know that
our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. she will be greatly missed. Melba.
Oh Linda,it was a sad day for Port Medway when Charlotte left that last day for the hospital.I feel she knew she would not return,only in OURRR thoughts.I worked very closely with Charlotte for many years in church business, and it was always a pleasure and a hoot, with the two of us.We did many Variety shows together over the years, and she even worked on the last one i had,which made it seem like old times.She has done so much for Port in many ways, and always there to help with anything.We will all miss her muchly.Everyone loved her, and that may give you some comfort.I will be thinking about you always in your sadness.With more love.
To all who knew and loved Charlotte,
I was fortunate enough to become closer to Charlotte this past summer and spent many evenings sharing a meal with her at our always gracious host, Nancy Griffen.
I feel honered that I had that time with Charlotte as she enriched my life with her always upbeat attitude, genuine love and a laugh that was infectious.
I know we will all miss her so very much but her spirit will go on forever as she was one of a kind to say the least.
My deepest concolences, Rhonda
Charlotte was a good friend and she will be missed by all who knew her. Lydia