Charlotte Dulberger
Dulberger, Charlotte (Nee Ostick) Passed away July 12, 2011, at the age of 94. Beloved wife of the late Carl. Cherished mother of Marc, Alan (Sherri) and Dale (Terry) Dulberger. Loving grandmother of Jessie Dulberger, Erica (David) Clausing, Carla Dulberger, Sarah (Dan) McDermott, Rena (Chris) Falzone, C. J. Dulberger, Samuel (Elizabeth) Rislove Etler, Max and Charles Dulberger; and great - grandmother of Evan and Lilly McDermott and Sophie Falzone. Further survived by other loving relatives and friends. Special thanks to the staff of Sarah Chudnow Community for their loving care. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM, Friday, July 15, at Second Home Cemetery, 3705 S. 43rd St., Milwaukee. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sarah Chudnow Community, 10995 N. Market St., Mequon, WI 53092. "YOUNGER THAN SPRINGTIME" GOODMAN-BENSMAN Whitefish Bay Funeral Home 4750 N. Santa Monica 414-964-3111
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Published by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Jul. 14, 2011.
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Testimonial for Charlotte Dulberger (Friday July 15, 2011)

On behalf of the Dulberger family I was to sincerely thank you for coming to this gravesite service for Charlotte, and to thank Rabbi Joseph Samuels for his guidance and counsel and for his recent visits with her at the Sarah Chudnow Community.
We all know my mother Charlotte was a special person who touched the lives of many of us and everyone she came in contact with. With her big smile, high heal shoes, the bling she wore and fancy dress, and her big heart, we will always remember and admire her.
She was a uniquely supportive wife, sister, parent, grandmother, and great-grand mother and friend during good and bad times. She always was there for us.
She was a protector and fighter for those who were in need of help and comfort. Our friends were always welcome in our home and called her “ma char.”
Her positive attitude was contagious and lifted the spirits of everyone around her and she always told us to look at the bright side of life. She encouraged us to live life to its fullest and at the same time make a positive contribution to your community.
She taught us the value of love and diversity and to accept and welcome all people no matter their race, nationality, class, religion, or sexual orientation. That was the only way it could be.
She was a giver. She gave of herself all of her life and will always be remembered for being a loving person. We will dearly miss her and love her forever.
When asked about her age and her attitude toward life she always would say “I am younger than springtime.” “I am never too old to go anywhere or do anything.”
I hope we all try to live life as enthusiastically as she did, she would want it that way.

Dale, Alan, and Marc Dulberger
Dale Dulberger
July 16, 2011
Dear Dale Mark and Alan and all related family members,

I had the greatest pleasure of meeting Charlotte when a friend of Charlotte's introduced her to my widowed father. I fondly remember joining them both, going to the Pfister Hotel English Room, where there was a band, and then out for shrimp cocktrails, which she loved. Charlotte knew I was alone and wanted me to be included, even though she and my father had just met. She was in need of a car, at that time, and I remember her delight with the beautiful red Oldsmobile my father, who was selling cars, was able to locate for her. She loved that car. Also I remember going to her lovely home on Boydway, at that time. Though the relationship with my father went no further, we felt an instant fondness for each other, which endured through many precious years! She would visit me and often bring gifts and teach me about caring for the plants I had. We talked so often and she always expressed her love for me and genuine concerns for me. She always knew when something was not right in my life and gave me loving support. Even as I write this to you, with such beautiful memories, tears well up in my eyes. Bob and I often picked her up at Oakbrook to enjoy Chinese food across the street-she seemed to like that better than other places. By the way, he was very fond of her, as well! While I am so very sad about her passing, I know that suffering would be a most terrible existence for her and hopefully, there was only a tiniest bit of that! She was so happy at Chudnow-thank goodness for those good times for her. She shall always be in my heart and tears will flow, as my thoughts of this precious beautiful lady, who came into my life so unexpectedly, endure. There is hardly a person walking this earth that can come close to Charlotte in the ways that really count in life. I love her!

Lea Bazelon
Lea Bazelon
July 14, 2011
Charlotte was a very special lady, she was a very strong woman and she was loved by many that she touched. Charlotte had a special light to her, when she smiled the entire rooms would light up with her. Chachie will be remembered by so many.
Carolee Weinstein
July 14, 2011
Dear Alan,
its been many years since I saw you and Sherri last in Milwaukee, I remember when you owned 1812 Overture. My condolences to you both on the loss of your mother. Tell Sherri that my father Mel, passed away 5 yrs ago in Fla. I have often thought about yo Sherri and your sisters Penny, and Carole, and your Mom. I would love to hear from you guys sometime. I am in Buffalo NY. My email address is [email protected] Again my deepest and sincerest condolences to you both
peter newberger
July 14, 2011
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