Charlotte Mae Liberatore
May 4, 1945 – June 24, 2020
Charlotte Mae Liberatore, 75, of Ormond Beach, FL, passed away on June 24, 2020. She was born on May 4, 1945 in Utica, NY to Dominick and Rose Liberatore. She attended Prince of Peace Catholic Church for a long time and volunteered with the thrift store. She is survived by her brother, Ron Liberatore, as well as extended family and friends. She will be laid to rest at Shady Rest Cemetery, Holly Hill, FL.
Eulogy from Ron Liberatore: July 1 2020 To My Beloved Sister Charlotte was my older sister of 11 years. We didn’t spend time playing together or share the same friends. However, she watched over me and somehow knew where to find me while I was out playing with my friends. I think my parents put her in charge to find me and let me know it was time to come home and eat or else I’d be in big trouble. We both had bedrooms on the 2nd floor. My sister loved listening to her music, Mow Town and Elvis and she could sing. While I loved my Rock & Roll music learning to play the drums I often drowned out her music and singing. So, to no surprise she probably thought I was the biggest pest. Even though Charlotte was handicap, she worked very hard to blend in and to be accepted. She loved working at the Masonic Home in Utica, NY. Charlotte was very independent and would walk to the bus stop every day to go to work. My dad would pick her up in the evening until I was old enough to drive. That gave us time to talk about things. When my parents moved to Florida my sister was still in Utica. My dad did not want to see her go through anymore winters and wanted her to move to Florida. When Charlotte arrived in Ormond Beach she found a place on the beach to live. Then after a few years she met the love of her life, Jerry of 15 years. They went everywhere together. She was so happy. During the time Charlotte lived in Florida is when I really got to know her. I would often stay with her while visiting. We talk & talk and share stories. I was fortunate enough to travel and work in Florida for a while. That gave me the opportunity to get to know her more than ever. Charlotte was very religious with her Catholic faith. She was kind to everyone she met. She attended and worked at the Prince Of Peace Catholic Church for some time. While living at The Gardens Nursing Home in Daytona, she participated in all activities and especially loved gospel singing. Also, the main staff members loved her. My sister was the kindest soul and many people felt that. She will truly be missed but will always and forever on my heart. I Love You Sister
To My Sister...By Allison Chambers Coxsey I'm blessed to call you sister, I also call you friend; You've loved me unconditionally, And stood through thick and thin. You've shared my joys and sorrows, My laughter and my tears. You've been my inspiration, As we grew up through the years. When we were little children We laughed and played together; Then growing up you stood by me, Through good and stormy weather. There's something God has given us, That's more than family; He's placed a love for you, my Sister, Deep down in the heart of me.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Wednesday, July 1, 2020