December 20, 2021- Died peacefully at St. Peter’s hospital after a short and courageous battle with cancer. Charlotte was born in Kitchener on April 7, 1946. She moved to the Hamilton area as a teenager and has called Dundas home ever since. She enjoyed travelling, playing cards with friends, gardening and swimming at the community pool in her retirement after a long career at Scotiabank. Charlotte was known for the gift of gab and being quick to laugh. Charlotte was greatly loved by her children Travis (Margot) and Jonathan (Angela), and grandchildren Seth, Amelia, Josephine, and Vivienne. Charlotte will also be missed by her sister-in-law Arlene Real (Greg) and many close friends. Per Charlotte’s wishes there will be no funeral service. If desired a donation to Canadian Cancer society or Dundas Community Services can be made in Charlotte’s memory.
Travis and John, I am so very sad that you and your family have suffered the loss of your mother and grandmother in such a swift and untenable way. Please accept my deepest condolences. Charlotte and I had been very good friends for nearly 25 years; we were swimming buddies. I wil l miss her and her great laugh tremendously.
Charlotte…both of us are feeling so very sad at the loss of Charlotte. We worked at Scotiabank with her for years, such a fun loving girl, always laughing and fun to be with. Anytime spent with her was so enjoyable and Travis, John and families have lost a special mom and grand mom. Our thoughts are with you, she will be missed, ?
I’m so sad to hear of Charlotte’s passing. I worked with Charlotte for a few years at New St and Walkers Line Branch. Charlotte was so funny! Some of the stories she told us about customers calling in were just hysterical. I loved talking with her because she told it like it was, which was so refreshing. I will miss her. God bless you and your families. I send you my heartfelt sympathies.
Charlotte was a wonderful mother to Travis and Johnathan. I grew up with Travis and Johnathan as neighbours, and very close friends.
I remember Charlotte for her jokes, her warmth and kindness.
My condolences to Travis and Johnathan and their families and closest friends.
May Charlotte rest in peace.
I worked with Charlotte for a number at Scotiabank Dundas, she was definitely one of a kind .. a fun loving person with the biggest laugh
My deepest sympathy and condolences Travis, Jon and families may the many wonderful memories be a comfort to you all during this difficult time.
Dear Travis and Jon. I just don’t know what to say. I thought your mother with go on forever like her mother Flossie. I hope that wherever she is now the grass is perfect, the hot dogs are plentiful and Mr Darcy is waiting for her.