Hunter, Charlotte Grace

December 6, 1957 – July 23, 2021
at the age of 63 years

A Celebration of Charlotte’s Life will be held at the family home 1105 Grayston Rd in the Deep Creek Valley, Saturday August 14 at 11 am. Please bring your best Charlotte story to share. Lunch and drink will be served.

Charlotte was born in Marville, France to Agnes and Norm Cleaver during her dad’s first overseas Canadian Armed Force posting in Belgium. The family moved several times thru out Eastern Canada and Ontario as her father’s posting changed. The family finally settled in Trinity Valley after her dad retired from the Armed Forces in the late 1970’s. And from a chance introduction from mutual friends, she met her future husband Lorne which led to a life on the family dairy farm in Deep Creek Valley.

Charlotte is the mother of three very accomplished adult children. Kevin, Danielle, and Christine. Her world revolved around the raising of the children, 4-H, Girl Guides, soccer, and school functions. Charlotte volunteered as a leader for Brownies, Guides, and Rangers. As the girls got older her involvement with the Guiding continued into the regional and district levels managing the finances of the annual cookie sales and getting local girls to International Rendezvous Camps.  Her behind the scene efforts were recognized several times, with dinners in her name and provincial awards. She has continued her involvement with the Guiding world by being a member of the local Trefoil Guilds and their monthly lunches.

Charlotte’s quiet time was spent making clothes for the kids, designing and creating quilts for any bed that didn’t already have one or as a very coveted award to others for their achievements – mainly in Guiding and the annual Christmas tree ornaments gifts which still adorn all her family’s and friend’s trees.  She knitted and crocheted toques, mitts, scarves, and lap blankets by the box full for retirement homes, Santa’s Anonymous and Grannies to Grannies and she did needle point projects for herself simply because the family continued to buy them for her birthday or as a safe Christmas gift. Her fingers were always busy creating, with most of her projects being given away. Creating was reward enough.

A Celebration of Charlotte’s Life will be held at the family home 1105 Grayston Rd in the Deep Creek Valley, Saturday August 14 at 11 am. Please bring your best Charlotte story to share. Lunch and drink will be served.

Thank you dear for the love and memories it has been a pleasure to have shared your life. Lorne    

4 Comments

  1. To the Hunter family, on behalf of the Ranchero School community, we extend our deepest condolences for your loss and wish you moments of peace and comfort as you remember Charlotte.

  2. To Lorne and family
    We are thinking of you at this most difficult time and wishing you peace

  3. Hi Lorne,
    My condolences for the loss of your wife.
    Thinking of you and your children.
    Sincerely
    Johanna Spalteholz and Family

  4. I echo Barry’s words – my deepest condolences to you and your family.

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