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Chapel Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

8701 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK

OBITUARY

Charlotte Elizabeth Halbert

February 27, 1942November 19, 2019

Charlotte E. (Babcock) Halbert, age 77, born in Denver, CO, in 1942 died on November 19, 2019, as a result of pancreatitis and complications related to gall bladder surgery. Her daughters were with her during her time on hospice, where she was able to achieve the end of life she desired, and when she peacefully passed on; her girls are grateful for the time they had to share memories, laugh and say their goodbyes to one another. Charlotte was the daughter of Chancie M. and Elizabeth (Ross) Babcock; sister of Genevieve and aunt of Anthony Babcock; and cousin to Kathie Jean (Burdick) Farrar. Charlotte grew up in Barnum, a Denver neighborhood, and attended Barnum Elementary, Kepner Jr. High and graduated from Denver West High School in 1959 where she enjoyed a wide and lively circle of friends and was especially known for her vivacity, antics and individuality. Her cherished circle of friends grew wider from her days living at the Brittany House in Denver, her career at United Bank of Lakewood and with neighbors in Lakewood, CO, Minneapolis, MN, and Oklahoma City. One of Charlotte’s proudest accomplishments (aside from her daughters and grandson) was her selection as one of 40 out of a casting call of over 2,000 women to serve as a Bunny and cocktail waitress at the newly-opened Denver Playboy Club in 1967. Charlotte raised two daughters, Parice Colene and Brooke Marie, and was blessed with an awesome grandson, Zeberland Halbert. Charlotte requested that no service be held, though she did wish that if so desired, a donation to your local animal shelter could be made in her memory.

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HEDY Muldoon

December 4, 2019

We grew up together and we grew old . I loved you always. I will see you again wait for me. Be at peace. 😪

Patty and Bob Christy

November 30, 2019

Charlotte was a loved long time neighbor of ours. We have far too many memories of her that we would never know where to start. She was a very thoughtful person who loved her children and her animals. Our children grew up with Parice and Brooke and we have many pictures of the whole crew. Charlotte always was a wonderful neighbor and remembered by everyone. We hope to keep in touch with Parice and Brooke and remind them of our love for Charlotte. We will miss her very much.
Love, Patty and Bob

Parice Halbert

November 26, 2019

Parice Halbert

November 26, 2019

Parice Halbert

November 26, 2019

Parice Halbert

November 26, 2019

Barbara Martin

November 25, 2019

Charlotte was a special friend, who lived next door to our family for 20 years. Our children grew up together, with all of us sharing special memories. She often treated us to one of her delicious rhubarb pies and did many other neighborly and caring things for us. We will miss her.

Terry Pease

November 22, 2019

Charlotte, my dear friend for 55 years.
So many memories - laughs and tears. Your wonderful smile, crazy stories, silly drawings and your great stories!
Thank you for sharing your life with me - what an honor.
I love you and will miss you.
Terry
PS - Hope you didn't forget your babushka!

Jill Wasinger

November 21, 2019

This beautiful woman was my stepmom. In fact it was Charlotte that made sure I visited my Dad on a monthly basis. Family was very important to her and she included me in family vacations (riding in a Winnebago to Disneyland .... WOW those memories are unforgettable!) and weekend stay overs! She also made sure I knew my sisters!! I remember sitting on her lap while she was pregnant with Parice in the car when her and my Dad would come get me for a visit. She was loving and so accepting of me. My fondest memory of Charlotte was sitting on the front porch as I was a very young, newly married woman talking to me about marriage, life, and the many lessons life brings. But the best thing I loved about her was that quick witt and incredible sense of humor that I now get to see in my 2 sisters. They will continue that trait from their Mother forever! Oh and the compassion for all living animals was so profound and could never be denied. Rest In Peace Charlotte!

Dawnell Farrar

November 21, 2019

I loved spending Christmas at our Cousin Charolttes house growing up and having sleep overs at her house. I loved waking up to yummy breakfast in the morning. Charlotte is so funny and loving. She made our lives special. And I can't forget her bird saying " Charlotte" and " Have a beer " as you would walked by. She loved her animals:) Charlotte will be missed. She is now with my mama in Heaven and at peace❤💝💖

FROM THE FAMILY