Charlotte Nanette Zorn
October 29, 1955 – April 13, 2018
Charlotte Nanette Zorn, 62, of Springfield, passed away on April 13, 2018 at Memorial Medical Center. She was born on October 29, 1955 in Panama City, Florida. Charlotte married Scott Zorn in Springfield on June 15, 1995 and he survives. Mrs. Zorn is also survived by three children: Starla (Adam) Bolton of Mississippi, Steven (Crystal) Wentzel of Auburn and Stephanie Wentzel of Springfield, two grandchildren: Skyler Bolton and Clyde Crowder, two sisters: Cheryl (Tom) Lunstrum and Sandra Crawford, one brother Richard (Pat) Toole and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her brother Gary Toole and her parents Cletus and Ruth. Charlotte worked at Schnucks and St. John’s Hospital. She enjoyed quilting, motorcycle riding at the annual Moonshine Lunch Run in Southern, Illinois, gardening and playing with her grandchildren. Charlotte was an avid reader and a big fan of Stephen King. A memorial gathering will be held from 4:00pm-6:30pm on Saturday April 21, 2018 at Knox Knolls Free Methodist Church, 2251 West Monroe, and please visit the online “Life Remembered Story” at www.bischandsonfuneralhome.com.
- Memorial Gathering Saturday, April 21, 2018
Charlotte Nanette Zorn
April 19, 2018
Where do I even begin talking about the wonderful Charlotte. She truly was a one of a kind woman! My favorite memory that I had with her would have to be the night we were working together at St. John's and she came up to me telling me to make her come to church with me, and to not let her back out. It took about a month, but after I took her to church, it was an every other Sunday thing for us. I would meet her in our work parking lot and take her along with me in my car. We would have several good talks in my car on the way to church. She would glow during the service when we stood to sing. I really do miss her and her presence with me at church and at work! Until we meet again. Love and prayers to all of the loved ones of Charlotte Zorn.
April 15, 2018
Scott, Starla, Stephen, and Stephanie,
I haven't seen your mom in several years but worked with her daily at Schnucks for about 10 years. I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and wrap his loving arms around you as you go through this most difficult time. Keep your mom (wife) close by remembering all the memories and fun times you shared. Again I am so sorry for your loss.