Charlotte Anna MACLEOD

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November 02, 1945 – April 07, 2012

Charlotte has ascended peacefully and is now experiencing a new journey after her brief battle with cancer. She will be sadly missed by her two children Kim Pierson, Racquel Domich, her loving ex-husband Hans Wiesner, her grandchildren; Danzel Baker and Serena Pierson. Charlotte had many close relatives, of whom she cared deeply for, the Wiesner family, her Macleod sisters and extended family. Charlotte also had a vast number of friends on and off Mayne Island of whom the family will be forever grateful too. A special thank you goes out to, Hans Wiesner, Peter Wiesner, Tracy Domich, Ken & Ann Senko, Joe & Karen Walsh, and Gay Hiemstra for all their love and support.

Charlotte was born in Montague, Prince Edward Island and was the 3rd child of 8 siblings. She was known for her academic abilities and was top of her class at graduation. She moved to various locations throughout her life starting with, Boston directly after graduation. Charlotte then went on to Toronto where she met her husband Hans Wiesner in 1966 of whom she married in 1967. Throughout their lives as a married couple, Charlotte and Hans traveled and even went as far as to move; along with their daughters to Bermuda. She also ran a triathlon in the early 80's and won a bronze medal! In 1988, the family moved to B.C were they started out in Tsawwassen, and then went on to live on Saltspring Island. Several years later, Charlotte and Hans enjoyed the life of mariners when they purchased a sail boat and sailed the west coast.

Charlotte eventually returned to Tsawwassen, where she continued her work as a realtor for a number of years. In 2008, Charlotte retired and purchased a property on Mayne Island. She cleared the land and built her dream house all on her own. With-in the first year of construction completion, she had a huge garden filled with flowers and veggies. She could be seen working in the garden by sunrise. Many a good drink was enjoyed on the Island with loved ones coming from far and wide to spend time in her gardens. Charlotte was an accomplished quilter, gardener, and hostess. Charlotte was well known for her work ethics, bravery, and adventure for life. She was a lover of animals, music, and most of all, all of you! Charlotte will be missed by her family and friends but, as per her request there will be no service. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the B.C cancer foundation or the S.P.C.A in her name.
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