Ross Funeral Service

123 4th Avenue East, Assiniboia, SK


Charlotte Radu

February 12, 1927June 6, 2020

Charlotte Marie Radu

On June 6th, 2020, Charlotte Marie Radu passed away peacefully at the Ross Payant Centennial Nursing Home in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan. Charlotte was born February 12th, 1927 in Lafleche, Saskatchewan. Growing up, she was good in sports and loved baseball and skating. She took a sewing course in Calgary after high school and did mending and sewing at a ladies clothing store. She met George in Wood Mountain SK. They married in Assiniboia in 1950 and had three sons: Mark, Rick and David. Charlotte was a kind, caring and fun loving person who devoted her life to the raising of her family. She was a wonderful cook and loved entertaining family and friends. She had a devout faith and was very involved in St. George’s Parish in many capacities, especially with the CWL. Charlotte was predeceased by her parents Henry Regimbald (1941) and Olive Decock (1982) and by her step-father Richard Decock (1961); three brothers: Hubert, Wilfred and Alfred and her niece Patricia Stevenson. She is survived by three sons: Mark (Laurie-Ann) of Saskatoon, Rick (Debra) of Toronto and David (Carol) of Ottawa, five nieces and nephews, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, her sister Lucille (George) Janigan of Ottawa and her sister-in-law Victoria (Lorne) Patterson of Cochrane, AB. The private Family Funeral Liturgy Service will be held at the Ross Funeral Chapel, Assiniboia on Wednesday, June 10th, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. with Father Denis Remot officiating. Pallbearers are Rick, David and Carol, Mark and Mark’s children Megan and Joe. The eulogy will be given by, son Mark. Members of the C.W.L. will form a Guard of Honour (outside on east side of chapel due to Covid-19 policy). Interment at Mount Hope Cemetery, Assiniboia, SK - your attendance is welcomed by the family. In lieu of flowers, donations in Memory of Charlotte may be made to the Assiniboia Auxiliary for Ross Payant Centennial Home, PO Box 124, Assiniboia, SK S0H 0B0. All are invited to join streaming Zoom Meeting, ID 971 4228 7501 Password: 5T1Krz. Please join in remembering Charlotte by visiting our memorial at www.rossfuneralservice.com. Through this site, we invite you to share your thoughts, pictures and fond memories with the Radu family. Arrangements entrusted to Ross Funeral Service, Assiniboia, SK. 306-642-3373


  • Private Funeral Service Liturgy

    Wednesday, June 10, 2020

  • Interment (all are welcome, social distancing will be maintained)

    Wednesday, June 10, 2020


Charlotte Radu

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Clarke Compton

June 10, 2020

Sympathies to the boys. Your Mom and Dad were wonderful people... part of the fabric of Assiniboia. I will always remember our Mom speaking so fondly of Charlotte. Take care.

Merv Manthey

June 8, 2020

I was saddened to learn of your mother's passing and extend my condolences to Mark, Rick, David and your families.

My family and the Radu's were neighbours for decades and for many years as kids, Mark and I were best friends. Before her passing in 2017, my mother Marjorie and Charlotte also both lived at Prairie Villa and then at Ross Payant Nursing Home. So, whenever I visited my "first" mom, Marjorie, I also tried to see my "second" mom, Charlotte. In the latter years, Charlotte had long since forgotten my name but somehow her recognition and love showed through the glint of her eyes and smile on her face.

Mark, Rick and David, I have so many great memories of your mom. The many summer barbecues with Chuck and Gug and countless sleep-overs in that musty old army tent on the cots from Mush and Pit. Your mom's delicious cooking - that apple plachincta (which was like having dessert for the main course) and the poppy seed Easter bread were always wonderful. But to be honest, I never did develop a taste for her mamaliga.

Her laugh and quick wit, especially on Saturday afternoons when her farmer friends would drop by for a few gins and lemonade. The generosity and love she always showed in treating my like one of her own. The annual trips to the Wood Mountain stampede. And her never getting too upset with the protestant kid who always tried (and often succeeded) to trick Mark into eating candy during lent.

You were truly blessed to have Charlotte as you mom. She will always have a special place in my heart and I will remember her often and fondly.

Merv Manthey