Aug. 23, 1938 - Oct. 31, 2013
Charlotte Morton Dresher, age 75, passed away on October 31, 2013. She was born on August 23, 1938 in Norcross, Georgia. Charlotte married Dale Dresher in 1969 in Imperial Valley, California where they raised two children and lived until 2002 when they moved to Prescott Valley, Az., for the retirement life.
Charlotte worked at United States Gypsum in Plaster City, California where she met Dale. She then went back to work for the telephone company for 19 years in customer service that began in Georgia and continued in El Centro. There she met many of her friends who were like family to her. After the telephone company she worked at various other jobs.
Charlotte was a member of Valley Christian Church and previously First Christian Church. She was involved with the Granite Mountain Questers, International Training in Communication, Literacy Volunteers of America and a member of Republican Women. Charlotte wrote and called the Presidents and Representatives often to attempt to keep them in line and protect our rights and country.
Charlotte loved our Heavenly Father, her husband, children and grandchildren and extended family. She loved her close friends as family and she never met a stranger. She also loved shopping and was very good at it.
Charlotte is survived by her husband of 44 years, Dale; son Jack; daughter Wendy and son-in-law Jason; and grandchildren Jordyn and Justin Wilson. She is also survived by her brother, J.R. Morton (Laura) of Georgia and nieces and nephew and many great-nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her Cousin Jo Ann of Georgia who was like a sister to her.
Charlotte will be missed greatly, but we are comforted that she will be with her Heavenly Father. A celebration of Charlotte's life will be held at Valley Christian, 431 W. Wall Rd, Imperial, Ca., on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 10 a.m. Reception immediately following service. In lieu of flowers Charlotte's family invites donations in her name to Valley Christian,
(Great West Division, 403 N. Agassiz St., Ste. 1, Flagstaff, Az. 86001, and the Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.) Society.