0 $0.00

Charlotte A. Johnson

Share On:
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Mrs. Charlotte A. Johnson, 97, of Gaylord, passed away at her home on Thursday, January 30, 2020.

Mrs. Johnson was born in Calumet, MI, on September 29, 1922, the daughter of Bernard and Dora (LaRochelle) Grimmeke.

Charlotte was raised in Calumet and graduated from Sacred Heart High School.  She later moved to the Detroit area and worked several years at Willow Run Bomber Plant and 24 years for General Motors.

She moved to Gaylord in 1984.

Mrs. Johnson was preceded in death by her husband Eric in 1989.  Her siblings Rosalie O’Connor, Bernard Grimmeke, Jeanne Grimmeke, and Marie Owen also preceded her in death.

She is survived by two nephews and three nieces.

In keeping with her wishes, cremation will take place, and burial will be held in the spring at Fairview Cemetery.

Contributions in memory of Charlotte Johnson may be made to the Otsego County Animal Shelter.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord MI 49734.  www.nelsonsfuneralhome.com

6 comments on “Charlotte A. Johnson”

  1. I will miss her dearly. I loved seeing her on Fridays. I will always remember our fun events together. Very special lady. Love you all.

    • Verona and Len Bartz (WojtkowiaK)

      We will miss our long time neighbor and friend. My parents Syl and Gert Wojtkowiak were best friends since she moved to Gaylord. They would exchange garden harvests and see the wonderful flowers she grew in her back yard. They would also look after each other, Charlotte would look after their house and mail when they were on vacation. We would always see her mowing the lawn and trimming her shrubs. Mom and Charlotte went to the same hair dresser located in Vanderbuilt. They and my brother would exchange birthday cards and gift cards. They also would sometimes go out to eat together on those occasions. After my parents passed away my brother Eugene would continue taking vegetable to her from his garden, delivering birthday cards, and chats across the street. She adored her little adopted cat. As time went on she had to give up driving and sold her car. We didn’t to see her much the last few years but knew her nephew checked on her every day. When I came up every summer I would try to visit her. I will miss those days. Good Bye Charlotte our dear friend.

      • Charles and Penny Ryckman

        Charlotte was a very sweet lady. I loved to see her every week when she would come to get her hair done. She will be missed but not forgotten. RIP my dear friend.

        Leave a Comment

        Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

        0
          0
          Your Cart
          Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop