Jeff and I would like to extend our sympathy and love to Charlotte's family. We were neighbors of hers for the last 6 years of her wonderfully long life. She must have been a lovely person because we watched over the years at the great and constant care and love given to her by her family. Jeff and Linda Bowers
"Warm summer sun Warm summer sun, shine kindly here;
Warm southern wind, blow softly here;
Green sod above, lie light, lie light -
Good night, dear heart, good night, good night "
~ Robert Richardson (Mark Twain's daughter, Susy Clemens' headstone)
With the fondest of memories of Mrs. McNaughton,
Kenny, Cathie and Winona Booher
Am sending you thoughts and prayers over the next few days as you celebrate the life and accomplishments of Aunt Char and share the family stories and love of life she embodied.
Wish I could be there, too.
Love and hugs,
Aunt Charlotte was a great part of my early years when they just lived a few blocks away. Later, when I was 8, she took me to Guard for a magical week. I fell in love with her mother, Grandma Driscoll, too. My last trip to Guard was in 1990, just after our father died. I visited Aunt Char in Lancaster several times since. She was always a pretty, petite woman with a ready laugh. She'll be missed.
Weren't you all lucky to have had this wonderful woman in your lives for so many years! My earliest memory of Aunt Char is at the pool....lifesaving... and I can always recall the sound of her voice. It was always delightful to be in her company and hear stories about the way it used to be.
Please accept Rip's and my condolences.