Charlotte Jeanne Ames

February 25, 1929November 30, 2011

Arrangements under the direction of Harry A. Nauman & Son, Sacramento, CA.


Charlotte Jeanne Ames

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December 9, 2011

Charlotte was a joyful soul and we will miss her at our stitching meetings. She enjoyed life and participating in the activities she was interested in doing. She will be missed but not forgotten...Jan Ellis

December 7, 2011

I just saw Charlotte at Auburn Needleworks two weeks ago and we shared what she was planning to do for her next needlepoint project and that we would see one another at the next Golden Needlers chapter meeting. I will miss her, she was a very special person.
Judy Ziegler (A needlepoint friend)

Kevin Menzes

December 7, 2011

Cathy, Marci, & Karen:
Sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a wonderful Lady. She was always very kind to me. My deepest sympathy. May God comfort and give you strength through this difficult time.

December 7, 2011

To Charlotte's family,
Charlotte was one of our graduates from Mercy General's Pulmonary Rehab program. We will miss her very much. She always had a smile and a story. Our deepest sympathies to you all.
Sally Ravas & Ron Stever & the Pulmonary Round Table

December 6, 2011

I met Charlotte through the Embroiderer's Guild of America chapter in Sacramento. At one of our Christmas parties, I brought a small stitched Christmas tree ornament for our gift exchange and Charlotte was the person who ended up with it. While it was a simple design, Charlotte made me feel as though it was the most exquisite gift she had received. I'm glad to have shared that love of needlework with her.

Ellen Brittain (Antelope, CA)

Tim Fenkell

December 5, 2011

I had the pleasure of working right next to Charlotte at DSG and what a wonderful and professional person. We shared many stories and she would always share stories of her grandchildren. After leaving, it was a great suprise that she met and worked with my son at Sutter's Fort and he was very suprised when she knew who he was - he kinda looks like me. I am so glad I got to talk with her just a month ago and she was happy and doing her needlework. I certainly hope whoever got her Halloween project treasures it. I know she's in God's hands..God Bless Her and all of Her Family.
Tim, Liz, and Ben Fenkell

Karen La Shells

December 5, 2011

In my last meeting we had been talking about the past and the how actions effected others. After an hour or so she reached over and hand and asked me one question. " Are you happy". I told her I was. She said "That's all I can ask for".

"A Lady always knows when to leave". If nothing else my Mother was a "Lady".

I know she is with God and there is no pain, oly LOVE.

I love you Mom.