Charlotte HAGELIN

Charleston And Zephyrhills, Fla., Maine

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You are safe in heaven, Charlotte. I will continue to help your daughter, my best friend, to get through this difficult time.
Sorry for your loss,
Lisa and Allen O'Bannon

To the Hagelin/Rozelle families: Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We remember visiting Aunt Charlotte in Florida with her lovely pets. Her angels have lifted her to heaven now. Our deepest sympathy, Peter and Barb

With the Saints, give rest, O Lord, to the soul of your servant Charlotte, to a place where there is no pain, nor sorrow, nor suffering, but life everlasting. Among the spirits of the righteous perfected in Faith, give rest, O Savior, to the soul of your servant.

The time I spent with Charlotte over the last 10 months was priceless and there aren't words enough to express how much I'll miss her. Our friendship was from trust and she's now found a new home where there is no sickness or worry.

I am so sorry for your loss. Love to you and your family

How fitting for Charlotte to leave on Christmas Day, but difficult for family and friends. Blessings on her children.

We are certainly sorry for your loss and will be praying for comfort for you all. Love to you all from Lloyd and Jane

Elwin, Peter & Barbara, Leslie, Kathy and families. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Mary & Harold Call


Charlotte's Obituaries

HAGELIN, Charlotte, Heaven welcomed a new angel on Christmas Day 2012, when Charlotte Rozelle Hagelin passed away at home following a brief illness. Our mother was born to Oswald and Arlene Rozelle on October 17, 1929. She grew up in Charleston, Maine, where she married our father, Joseph A....

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