Born:December 9, 1923

Passed Away:July 15, 2013

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Charlotte Elizabeth Walters

Charlotte Elizabeth Walters passed away Monday, July 15, 2013 at the age of 89. She was surrounded by loved ones and in the loving care of Hospice of the Valley. Charlotte is survived by daughters, Judith Ann Fullmer (Gary), Patricia Lee Kaczynski (Richard), daughters-in-law, Carol Walters and Lisa Walters; grandchildren, Matthew Frketich (Carolyn), Beth Entringer (Keith), Scott Kaczynski (Jodi), Greg Kaczynski, Michael Walters (Melissa); great-grandchildren, Kristen Entringer, Alex Entringer, Kathryn Frketich, Jamie Frketich, Maddie Walters and Katie Walters. She is predeceased by her sons, James William Walters and William John Walters.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on December 9, 1923, the third of five children of John and Elizabeth Brown. Charlotte moved to Phoenix, Arizona 33 years ago and enjoyed a wonderful career at Honeywell. Her favorite hobbies were family, movies, gardening, watching the Pittsburgh Steelers play and puzzles. Especially puzzles. McDonald’s hot fudge sundaes and Long John Silver’s fish were favorites as well. Number one in Charlotte’s heart was always her family. She was the heart of her family. Everyone who met Charlotte was a better person for knowing her, a true angel on Earth.
Visitation for Charlotte will be held at Best Funeral Services Chapel at 501 E. Dunlap Avenue from 8:00 am to 9:00 am, Saturday, July 20, 2013. Catholic mass to follow at St. Joan of Arc Church, 3801 E. Greenway Road at 9:30am. Interment will be at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Avondale, Arizona. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice of the Valley in the name of Charlotte Walters.

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8 Memories to “Charlotte Elizabeth Walters”


    This is Cynthia I am Dr. Johnson’s medical assistant. I want to offer my condolences. She was a great person. I’m so glad that we talked her into coming for a Dr’s visit . It gave a chance to see her one last time. There are no words to say that will make things better. But I wish the best for all you. Hope you received the card. Love , Cynthia

  2. Judie Fullmer says:

    Oh my sweet Mother, how I will miss you. You were my Angel on earth and my best friend. Gary and I love you always and forever.

  3. Matt Frketich says:

    Grandma, you are gone but will never be forgotten. You will always have a special place in all of our hearts.

  4. Carol Walters says:

    Mum, I could never have hand picked a more loving or caring mother-in-law.I always thought of you as a mother.I will also remember our conversations that would last 2 or 3 hours,how we wold laugh and every time you or I would say we were hanging up it would still take 20 minutes.You have shown such love for Michael and have never missed an important event in his life and this to me has meant so much,and I truly mean this.You are so dearly loved & will never be forgotten.You are with the angels! Watch over all of us.

  5. Candy and Tom Venezia says:

    Charlotte was just such a gentle soul. The last time we saw each other was at Mike and Missy’s wedding. She had a smile and a kind word for everyone. She will be missed by all who knew her. We will keep you in our prayers.

  6. Sherry Mooney says:

    Aunt Char, You were my heart and soul, my salvation. I will love you through eternity.

  7. Stephanie Walters says:

    Sending love and peace to your family. I never met you, but I know you were a wonderful and amazing woman. You will be missed.

  8. Michael Walters says:

    I am not sure if I can ever fully relate how special you were to me or just how empty I feel now that you are not here. I have spent the past week thinking only of all the positive things you provided me. Love, support, advice, stories, pictures, letters and influence. I can only promise that I will always carry your honor and memory at the forefront of my life because I am the man today in large part because of you. You taught me that the positive in life can far outweigh any obstacles you encounter with a firm belief in love, family and God. I hope I can always make you proud by living just a small portion of my life in how wonderful you were to everyone. You put everyone else first. You never missed an important moment of my life. And while I wasn’t always the making right choices or staying in touch, you always welcomed me back in as if we had spoken the day before and guided me to an understanding of resolution to any issue I may have had. I never expressed how much it meant to have you stay involved in every part of my life after dad passed away. The love you had for my mom and I is something I cherish deeply. Even 3 time zones away you were always caring for us. I feel truly blessed to have had such a wonderful grandparent in you and I can only hope that I continue to make you proud. I love you so very much, now and forever.

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