Charlotte C Case
August 19, 1938 – November 19, 2020
Charlotte C. Case, 82 passed away Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 6:25 am in the presence of her beloved husband. She was born on August 19, 1938 in Rockville, NE to Frank and Christal Teichmeier. She grew up on the farm with four brothers and two sisters and graduated from Rockville High School.
Charlotte married Frank Edward Case on May 10, 1958 in Hawthorne, CA. they had four children: sons Todd (Karen) Case, Lincoln, NE, Curtis (Amy) Case, Omaha, NE, Eric Case, Lincoln, NE, Daughter Christie Ham (RIP June 2018); grandchildren, Bryce Ham, Joshua Case, Keelee Case, Jordan Case, Elizabeth Ham, Keegan Case, Matthew Case, Kapri Case, Tyler Case, and Kaitlyn Case: great grandchild, Crow Ham.
In her earlier years, Charlotte worked as a phone operator, worked in the banking industry and worked for Garrett Airlines prior to devoting her time to raising four children. She worked, part time at Acacia Christian School where her children attended elementary school. After raising four children through middle school, Charlotte began working as a retail sales associate at Sears. She greeted and served customers at Sears for over 35 years.
In her later years she enjoyed spending time with her immediate family making Sunday dinners, playing cards, and planning family summer get always. She was always present and enjoyed watching her children and grandchildren preform on the stage and compete in sports.
Charlotte was also very active in local churches she attended. She had a special heart for children and loved teaching Sunday school.
Charlotte was a tender hearted, sweet, giving woman. She was a wonderful mother who exemplified the Proverbs 31 woman. She was a prayer warrior who prayed daily for her beloved family and those for whom she made acquaintances.
Charlotte is survived by her immediate family; her brothers Leroy Teichmeier and Kenneth Teichmeier, and her sister Colleen Mieth. She was preceded in death by her daughter, parents, two brothers, one sister, and two nephews.
- Joshua Case, Pallbearer
- Bryce Ham, Pallbearer
- Jordan Case, Pallbearer
- Keegan Case, Pallbearer
- Matthew Case, Pallbearer
- Tyler Case, Pallbearer
Visitation with Family
Monday, November 23, 2020
Private Family Service But live streamed for the public
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Charlotte C Case
November 23, 2020
Mom, I miss you more than any words could describe. You've always been there for me and I have a feeling you'll continue to be there for me. You've ways been about pleasing the other person. Growing up, you made sure you always made it to every baseball, football and even softball games through my adult life. I always looked in the stands to see if you were there and you always were.
Even with my kids you never missed an event. You were and always have been there.
I know Mom I wouldn't have made it through my life's biggest hurdles without your love and prayer support. I can only imagine the number of prayers you have put up for me and the kids. Thank you for letting me cry on your shoulder even when I was a man. You were my best friend through the last six years when I needed someone the most to talk to.
Your example of faith is something I'll never, ever forget. I wish I had half the faith you displayed throughout your life. I hope I can somehow pass it on to Tyler and Kaitlyn.
For now Mom, I want to live the rest of my life in a way that would make you proud and that would honor you and Jesus. Any redeeming value I have, I got mostly from you. You've been my spiritual hero.
Until I can embrace you again in Heaven, I will hold on to our memories.
Kaitlyn, Tyler and I love you Mom.
November 23, 2020
Mom, you brought me into the world on the most precious day of my life and God chose to take you home on my birthday. Birthdays have always been special days for you and your children and now mine will be even more special as I will remember and celebrate the years I spent with you.
You exemplified putting others before yourself and loving unconditionally. You were the source of comfort in times of need and a beautiful role model for your children and grandchildren. I am thankful for the last few days we had together and having the opportunity to say "good bye" and kiss and hug you before embracing again in eternity.
I love and miss you mom,
November 23, 2020
Today and tomorrow we pay formally pay our last respects for mom. How we live our lives from today forward will be how she would want us to pay her respects. We'll do our best mom! We miss you and thank God that we have the honor to call you mom.
She sets about her work vigorously;
Her lamp does not go out at night.
She extends her hands to the needy.
She is clothed in fine linen and purple.
She is clothed with strength and dignity;
she can laugh at the days to come.
She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue.
She watches over the affairs of her household
Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her:
“Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.”
Till we meet again!
2 Cor 5:5-9
November 20, 2020
Deepest Sympathy for the loss of your mother. May your shared memories bring you peace.
Sincerely yours Reed Dye