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December 18, 2018

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December 3, 2017
December 1, 2017
Charles, Marilyn, Jim, Janel, Richard & Julie,

People who meet Charlotte couldn't help but love her and Charlotte being Charlotte was non-judgmental and seemed to love everyone she meet. She meant a lot to me and always treated me and others like we were her favorite person.
Charlotte loved Red. She explained to me that when she was growing up, she was not allowed to wear red. Red was a sign of a "lady of the night" explained her Mother. For that reason, Charlotte's mom would not let her were red. "Once I was on my own," Charlotte said "I went out and bought a pair of RED shoes." By that time, there wasn't a stigma on wearing red.
Charlotte was a loving, sweet, gentle soul unless she had a different notion on what is going on. Then you got to see the sweet, loving tenacious lady. Just like wearing red shoes, she knew what she wanted and she would dig her feet in and did her own thing, but it was always in such a loving way. I loved Charlotte.
One other of my many memories is she had about 6 or 7 items that were in the dishwashers on the top shelve. These items did not have a home in the cupboards, so she left them in the dishwasher. It was fine with Charlotte if these items were washed every time she ran a dirty batch. As far as I know, she had the same items in her "dishwasher storage" for at least 15 years that I know of.
These memories are "Charlotte" to me, and make me smile. Charlotte, I love you.
November 30, 2017
Some of my fondest memories are of seeing Mrs. Dyer at the library, visiting her house at Halloween, and waving and visiing with her as I rode my bike on North Hudson. She was truly a kind and gentle soul who blessed so many of us!
November 29, 2017
Charlotte was an awesome librarian and a true Southern lady! I was the Lone Jack librarian for 3 years, back when MCPL first opened the library branch down there. I truly enjoyed meeting up with her at staff meetings and conventions, and she was nice to share her experiences with a newbie such as me. I am so sorry for your loss and I know you will miss her greatly, but I think she is probably enjoying telling St. Peter and the angels what books they should be reading next.