Charlotte Elizabeth Denig

December 31, 1933January 11, 2012

Charlotte Elizabeth Gros Denig, passed away Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital.

Mrs. Denig was born December 31, 1933 in Irvington, NJ to Hans H. Gros and Katharina Kemmet Gros. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Buffalo State University and her Master’s from UNC-Greensboro and retired from the High Point Public Library. Mrs. Denig volunteered at the High Point History Museum and the High Point Furniture Library and received the “Walsh Award” in 2009 for her volunteer work. She also worked with the Furniture Market in various capacities.

Mrs. Denig enjoyed gardening, travel, crossword puzzles, bridge, coffee, sweets, Pogo Comic books and spending time with family and friends.

Mrs. Denig is survived by daughter Kathy Denig Davidson (Parks), son R. Carl Denig (Tina Quach) and grandchildren William Davidson, Stephanie Denig, Thomas Denig, Stacy Denig, and friend Randy Brackett.

A memorial service will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Sechrest Funeral Service on E. Lexington Avenue. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society, 4-A Oakbranch , Greensboro, NC 27407 or to the American Lung Association 430 W. Friendly Ave. Greensboro, NC 27401

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January 14, 2012

You, Carl, William and Parks are in my thoughts and prayers. Take time to recall and reflect upon the good times.

Al Stewart

January 14, 2012

Kathy, we are thinking of you and yours at this time of loss. Please take care.

Leon and Judy Fox

January 13, 2012

I would like to thank Abigaile, Amber and Mary for all their support during the last 4 weeks. Mom was lucky to have them as friends. Kathy Denig Davidson

January 12, 2012

Charlotte was a very good friend of mine and I will miss her terribly. She was a good person, a very good person.

Abigaile Pittman