Charlotte A. Watkins

 

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Charlotte Watkins

Charlotte A. Watkins, age 80, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 13, 2020 in her home surrounded by family.

She was born, in Big Pine, California.  She Married her husband Merle August 9, 1957, in Seattle.

Charlotte worked as an Accountant for several companies and law firms over the years, She served Christ by helping young people in many ways, she help them have conversations with their parents, she brought a few into her home to give them food and shelter, She and her husband Merle were the founders and leaders of “Teens for Christ” at Amazing Grace Lutheran Church in the early 70’s. The group was made up of teens from all over the Seattle/Renton area. The group did fund raising, went on camping trips, and participated in Toys for Tots.

Charlotte was relentless in always giving back, creating care packages for other families that may be facing a challenge at a time in their life.  She enjoyed being around people and family.

She was proceeded in death by her Son in Law Jim Morrison; Nephew Hans Christian Carl Bernhardt; Foster Parents Mr. & Mrs. Wengert, her Parents; Sister Sharon Prince; and Brother Glenn Woessner. Charlotte is survived by her Husband Merle Watkins Sr.;  daughters Theresa (Rob) Anderson, Virginia Morrison, Melody (Johnny) Mitchell; Son Merle Watkins Jr.;  Grandsons Chad Anderson, Wesley Mitchell and Mac Morrison;  Great Grandchildren, numerous Nieces and Nephews and God Children; and sister Ruth (Harry) Bernhardt, Brother Ernie (Patsy) Woessner,  and Sister-in-Law Mary Woessner.

4 Responses to “Charlotte A. Watkins”

  • Lance and Kelie Hyatt says:

    We are so sorry for your loss, but know that she is surrounded by light and love. Our sincerest condolences to the family and our friend Merle.

  • Denise Fitch-Baysden says:

    My Godmother, Charlotte, was the most generous woman with her time, her thoughtfulness and her love for all of us “Fitch” girls. She was ALWAYS there for us as children and throughout our adult lives. Charlotte and Merle introduced our family to church, to Jesus and to faith. They “walked the walk” as a biblical man and wife and inspired the rest of us to do the same.
    Charlotte was a “another mother” to all of us. She stepped in when we needed encouragement and was not afraid to show you where we messed up but always with love. Most of my family’s best memories were due to the great times with Charlotte and Merle.
    To my Godfamily, Merle Sr., Theresa, Ginnia, Mel and Merle Jr. and families, please accept my deepest, most loving condolences.
    God bless and keep you all,
    Denise Fitch-Baysden N.C.

  • Tammy musser says:

    My godmother. Charlotte was as special as they come. I was a very callenging youth and she was always there when I needed a place to be, she never made me feel like A bad person but always worthy and loved. I had not seen her in years and will always be saddened not to have said good bye. Love and peace to all the family.

  • Roberta Pratt Mitchell says:

    rloss. Charlottes

    Sorry to hear of your loss. I haven’t seen Charlotte in many years. We were neighbors and good friend in the 60s–raising our children together. this week her name came up a few times. Blessings on you Merle, Theresa, Virginia, Melody and Merle jr. Roberta

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