Charlotte Ursula GARTNER

Passed away on March 31, 2020

Mrs. Charlotte Gartner of Spruce Grove, AB. passed away on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at the age of 71 years.

Charlotte will be remembered for her love of gardening and sewing. She was a lady who always put other’s needs above her own as well as someone who would give the best and most thoughtful gifts for any occasion.

Charlotte will always be loved and remembered by her husband and best friend of 48 years Jerome; her daughters: Nicole (Jason), Joanna (Richard) and Nancy (Matthew); her grandchildren: Nolan, Tyler, Matty, Everett, Isabella, Rebecca and Benjamin; her sisters Joan and Barbara as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Charlotte was predeceased by her parents William and Mary Belke and by her brother David.

A Memorial Service celebrating Charlotte’s life will be held at a later date. Please check back for details.

If friends desire, Memorial Donations may be made in Charlotte’s memory to the Light Up Your Life Campaign, 4405 Southpark Drive, Stony Plain, Alberta T7Z 2M7.


Charlotte Ursula GARTNER

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J Peter Wyatt

May 7, 2020

Just read of the passing of Charlotte , I worked out of the Calgary office for 18 years and interacted with her on a regular basis , What a joy it was, she never a bad word for anyone , always seen the sunny side, she will be missed by many , my heartfelt condolences to Jerry and family , R.I.P.

J Peter Wyatt

David Murray

May 1, 2020

I just learned of Charlotte's passing my thoughts, prayers and condolences to the family, friends and loved ones. As a member of the Sheet Metal Local 8 and my Employment with Crosstown Heating over 2 decades I talked with her on many occasions. There was always a feeling of comfort when we spoke she was always so professional yet understanding caring and compassionate. Part of any visit to the Local 8 office was a friendly conversation with her. I know I speak for many of our Brothers and Sisters and Contractors in saying she was and still is a big part of who we are and will truly be missed but always remebered.

fred galley

April 28, 2020

Sorry to hear of the loss of your wife and mother, shared a lot of jokes and stories with Charlotte at the union hall and worked with Jerry, again sorry for your loss.

Barbara Belke

April 8, 2020

I miss my little sister, so very much. Not only was she my sister but my best friend.

Andrea Belke

April 6, 2020

Uncle Jerry, Nicole, Joanna & Nancy and families

I am so sorry. Auntie Charlotte was an amazing person. I have so many fond memories of her, it’s hard to just share one. I remember Auntie Charlotte having a great laugh and she always knew how to see any situation with a lighter side and elbow the person nearest to her as she made her joke and brought out everyone’s smiles. I know she is missed by so many, because she touched the lives of so many, myself included. She showed me how to pick up my boot straps and do the best with what was available, and there was never really any use for complaining. She loved selflessly and unconditionally, which is the greatest love of all. Love you all. - Andrea

Dawne Helischauer

April 6, 2020

Uncle Jerry and girls...
My heart is broken and I share in your sorrow. Aunt Charlotte was always a mentor for me in how to handle illness and hard times with such grace, determination and a positive attitude.
I have many...many happy memories of you all and our visits.
Cheers to the wallpaper!
Love you all.

Andy Linda Bianchini

April 6, 2020

Jerry & Family
We are sorry to learn of Charlottes passing.. we often think of the great times we spent together with you folk and Adam and Lynn..canora was a great community! Our prayers are with you and your family at this time..

Don and Rita Belke

April 2, 2020

Dear Jerry and Family,

We were so saddened to hear of Charlotte's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.

Don and Rita Belke