Charlotte Wates

Birmingham, Alabama



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Charlotte Elizabeth Wates, 75, of Trussville, AL went to be with our Lord on September 7, 2019. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. She is survived by her husband Jerry Wates, her daughter Tracie (David) Freeman, her son Jeffrey (Elizabeth) Wates, and her grandchildren Carter...

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Charlotte has been my life long friend and we called each other sister. Jerry is like my brother-in-law.There are no words to express our loss.
Charlotte was the kindest, most loving, Godly women, who always put others before herself. Jerry and the children will need help learning to live without Charlotte.
It is comforting knowing we will she her again when we get to heaven. Jesus conquered death and our victory is won. Only God can heal a broken heart. Comfort them Lord Jesus.

Charlotte was such a blessing to our family. She has always and will forever hold a special place in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family.

Sorry for your loss Charlotte was a sweet person, feel blessed to have known her all
these years.
Nina Brakefield


Jerry, Tracie and Jeffrey we are so sorry about Charlotte's passing. You have all been very special to our family through years, and we always considered you a part of our family. May God give each of you comfort and peace during this very difficult time. We love you and keep you in our prayers.
Patricia Shadix Potter & family

I am so sorry to hear about this. I will never forget our trip to the Smokey Mountains. I loved Charlotte. I know she will be greatly missed. May the Lord give you comfort and piece.

Jerry, Butch and I are sad for you and your children but so thankful Charlotte is at peace, no more pain and most importantly with Jesus. Because of HIM each of us will be reunited with her one day. Love and prayers for each of you as you walk the difficult days ahead. Due to Butch's health we regret we cannot be there physically but we are with you in Spirit and here praying. Love, Butch and Kathey Gassner

Such a sweet person. Remember her from my time at First Baptist Chalkville in early 1980's. Sorry for your loss-God Bless her family.

Jerry, Tracie, and Jeffrey
My heart goes out to you guys for your loss. Charlotte was one of the sweetest and kindest people I knew. I never heard her say a bad word about any one. I am so glad I got to spend some time with her a few days before she went home. I told her then I regretted that we had lost track of one another over the years. Many many fun times and memories of her will live in my heart forever. I love you guys.