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Resthaven Funeral Home & Resthaven Memorial Park

5740 West 19th Street, Lubbock, TX

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Charlotte Wiley

4 mars 194424 juillet 2020
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Charlotte Goble Wiley, 76, of Lubbock Texas, passed away Friday July 24th, 2020. She was born in Burkburnett Texas on March 4th, 1944.

Charlotte graduated from Brownfield High School and received her Nursing degree from South Plains College.

She married her first love, Bruce Langehennig, September 6th, 1962. He was the father of her 4 children. She devoted her life to him until his death May 5th, 1979. After years as a single mother, on May 28th, 1992, Charlotte married Franklin Wiley. They were happily married until his death December 31st, 2010.

Charlotte was also preceded in death by her parents Harry Goble, Dorothy Goble, her brother Jerry Goble and son in law Monte Sullivent.

She was the grand representative for the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Louisiana to Texas, PTA President of Hardwick Elementary of 1978, Den Mother for the Cub Scouts of America during the youth of her sons. She had a passion for cooking, gardening, and arts/crafts. She most enjoyed attending Church on the Rock, South Campus with her family.

She is survived by her 4 children- Delton(Cindy) Langehennig of Ft Worth, Bryan Langehennig, Angie Sullivent( Fiancé’ Richard Lockard) and Melissa (Kevin) Rennels, 5 grandchildren- Carissa(Chris) Beck, Evie Langehennig, Bruce Langehennig II, Brittny (David) Quintanar, Tina Jo(Troy) McGann, 9 great grand children and an abundance of extended family who loved and care for her deeply.

The family would like to thank Dr. Jitendra Vasandani, Encompass Home Health and Beyond Faith for their attentive care. They would also like to extend their deepest gratitude for her private care givers.

Visitation will be Thursday July 30th from 4PM to 6PM at Resthaven Chapel. Funeral service will be Friday July 31st at 2pm at Church on the Rock South Campus.

Flowers, cards and memorial contributions to the Alzheimer’s associations are all appreciated.

  • PORTEURS

  • Denny Latham, Pallbearer
  • Chad Floyd, Pallbearer
  • Shane Langehennig, Pallbearer
  • Mark Langehennig, Pallbearer
  • Wayne Langehenning, Pallbearer
  • Tye Langehenning, Pallbearer
  • Johnny Gooding, Pallbearer
  • Larry Gardner, Pallbearer
  • Terry Wiley, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Dr. Howard Hurd, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

services précédents:

  • Visitation

    jeudi, 30 juillet , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 31 juillet , 2020

AUTRES SERVICES:

  • Interment

Souvenirs

Charlotte Wiley

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Brenda Langehennig

29 juillet , 2020

I was only on my second date with Robert the first time I came to your home. Linda was baby sitting and your Mom was in the hospital. This was the first time I saw the Love and concern everyone had for Charlotte. After 46 years of marriage to Robert I can say for sure Charlotte was loved by all. She was 100% family and her desserts were the best!! So sad to lose her, but so glad she isn't suffering anymore! So glad she is getting to see Jesus and her loved ones! Love to all , your Aunt Brenda

Sandy (Stewart) West

29 juillet , 2020

Dearest Charlotte, I shall always remember the fun and the laughter we shared years.
May God take you into his loving alarms and keep you in his loving care.
To your children and your love ones that are left here just remember the positives the good in those fun times and cherished moments that you shared with your mother. Always look up at the heavens but she will be looking down upon you with that beautiful smile. Love and God bless each and everyone of you

Cynthia Davis

29 juillet , 2020

Even as a young child, I remember Aunt Charlotte’s smile and welcoming presence every time we were around her. She loved her children and family with her whole heart and sincerely cared for them. She was a wonderful example of a true “lady.” I know she’s rejoicing in heaven and is free from pain and suffering. She has reached her eternal goal.

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Biographie

      Charlotte Wiley was known as many things to many people. She was a loved one, a friend, and someone special. To family and friends who knew her best, Charlotte will be remembered as a very exceptional person.

      She was born in Burkburnett Texas on March 4th, 1944 to Harry Goble and Dorothy Goble.

      A typical teenager, Charlotte had a fairly happy high school experience, making that critical transition from adolescence to adulthood. She enjoyed some classes more than others, having favorite subjects and teachers.

      Charlotte enjoyed her college years, which may have been a challenge with all of the academics, responsibilities, and the sudden freedom that accompanied them, but Charlotte was able to manage the balancing act. She also pursued graduate school, earning her Nursing degree from South Plains College.

      On She married her first love, Bruce Langehennig, September 6th, 1962. Empathic and loyal, Charlotte was committed to making her new family happy. She devoted her life to him until his death May 5th, 1979. After years as a single mother, on May 28th, 1992, Charlotte married Franklin Wiley. They were happily married until his death December 31st, 2010.

      Charlotte worked hard to be a good mother to her children and she did her best to fulfill their needs. Charlotte was blessed with four children, two sons Delton, Bryan, , two daughters Angie, and Melissa. Another blessing for Charlotte was the gift of 5 grand children, 5 grandchildren- Carissa(Chris) Beck, Evie Langehennig, Bruce Langehennig II, Brittny (David) Quintanar, Tina Jo(Troy) McGann, 9 great grand children and an abundance of extended family who loved and care for her deeply.

      Fortunately, Charlotte enjoyed what she did for a living. Showing a strong work ethic, Charlotte worked diligently and did her best to succeed in her career. Her primary occupation was She was the grand representative for the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Louisiana to Texas, PTA President of Hardwick Elementary of 1978, Den Mother for the Cub Scouts of America during the youth of her sons. Charlotte always sought to be a team player, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done.

      Charlotte enjoyed her leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. Her favorite pursuits were She had a passion for cooking, gardening, and arts/crafts. She most enjoyed attending Church on the Rock, South Campus with her family. She was content to enjoy her favorite pastimes alone but was also willing to share her interests with others.

She was the grand representative for the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Louisiana to Texas, PTA President of Hardwick Elementary of 1978, Den Mother for the Cub Scouts of America during the youth of her sons. She had a passion for cooking, gardening, and arts/crafts. She most enjoyed attending Church on the Rock, South Campus with her family. Services were held at Resthaven abbey Chapel.

Charlotte was also preceded in death by her parents Harry Goble, Dorothy Goble, her brother Jerry Goble and son in law Monte Sullivent.

She is survived by her 4 children- Delton(Cindy) Langehennig of Ft Worth, Bryan Langehennig, Angie Sullivent( Fiancé’ Richard Lockard) and Melissa (Kevin) Rennels, 5 grandchildren- Carissa(Chris) Beck, Evie Langehennig, Bruce Langehennig II, Brittny (David) Quintanar, Tina Jo(Troy) McGann, 9 great grand children and an abundance of extended family who loved and care for her deeply.

The family would like to thank Dr. Jitendra Vasandani, Encompass Home Health and Beyond Faith for their attentive care. They would also like to extend their deepest gratitude for her private care givers.

Simply stated, Charlotte was a good and kind person, an individual who will for all time be remembered by her family and friends as being a caring and giving person, someone who was a vital part of their lives. Charlotte leaves behind her a legacy of life-long friendships and many cherished memories. Everyone whose life she touched will always remember Charlotte Wiley.