CHARLOTTE HAGAR

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CHARLOTTE ARMSTRONG BROWN HAGAR Charlotte A. Hagar passed away peacefully November 26th with family at her side. She was well loved by all. She was born to Eugene and Rossie Armstrong in Lenoir City, Tennessee June 23, 1922. As a child Charlotte developed musical talents both with a beautiful singing voice and with learning to play the piano "by ear". She was raised with three brothers, in a family of fun loving people who had a great sense of humor, who loved to sing and dance and all of whom loved sports. Charlotte attended Ward Belmont College in Nashville, Tennessee. During World War II she did volunteer work in Knoxville, and was honored with the title "Miss War Work". She met and married Lieutenant Clarence H. Brown July 1, 1942 during World War II. After the war they moved to Vero Beach in 1946 where they raised their three children. She has been a member of the United Methodist Church where she taught MYF, a member of Christ Methodist by the Sea, and Trinity Episcopal Church; she sang in the choir in all three. Charlotte has been a member of Vero Beach Country Club since 1946, was an avid golfer until the 70's, an excellent bridge player (ranked 5th in the state with duplicate bridge scoring), and worked at Riomar Yacht Bay Club in the late 60's as social director. She has been a devoted mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother always adding joy and fun to every family gathering with her love of music and her wonderful sense of humor. Charlotte is predeceased by her brothers: Gene, Jack, and Byron Armstrong, and second husband, Walter Hagar. She is survived by her son Calvin Brown, his wife Canda; her daughter Roslyn Evans, her husband Ralph; her daughter Judy Beal and her husband George; grandchildren: Allison Jones, Molly Catino; Brian Evans, Melissa Talley, Angi Beal, Jason Beal, and 13 great grandchildren. She is well loved and will be dearly missed by all. Services will be held at the Community Church Monday, December 3rd at 4: PM, followed immediately by a reception at Vero Beach Country Club for friends and family. Donations in Charlotte's memory can be made to VNA Hospice. Paid Obituary

Published in the TC Palm from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, 2012
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