FIND AN OBITUARY
Service information is posted on our website only with approval from the family.
If you are seeking information not listed below, please contact us.
Charlotte C. Murray
01/05/1922 — 04/26/2012
From Richland, WA | Born in Philadelphia, PA
Charlotte C. Murray
Charlotte C. Murray, 90, born January 5, 1922 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, died April 26, 2012 in Richland, Washington.
Charlotte Carroll married Joseph A. Murray in 1951 and together they had two sons, Christopher and Patrick. She lived in the Philadelphia area for most of her life, and retired from Germantown Savings Bank in 1987.
Charlotte moved to Richland, Washington in 1996 to be near her grandchildren, Mike and Katie. She made many new friends in the area that were a great support to her as she made a new life in the Tri-Cities. She enjoyed many good times with family and friends in her new home.
Charlotte was preceded in death by her father, Thomas J. Carroll, mother Susan M. Chapple, husband, Joseph, sisters Susan, Helen, Cecilia, and Grayce, and brothers Charles and Thomas. She is survived by her sister Elizabeth Cozby of Huntsville, AL, and brother Robert Mary of South Jordan, UT, son Christopher Carla Chiotti of Richland, son Patrick of Portland, OR, granddaughter Katie Klett Ryan of Richland, and grandson Mike fiancée Sarah Knutson of Monterey, CA, and many nieces and nephews.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to the many people who helped her enjoy the last years of her life, including the staff and residents of Wynwood of Columbia Edgewater, Kadlec Regional Medical Center and Kadlec Senior Center, many other doctors, nurses, and aides, and the parish and parishioners at Christ the King Catholic Church.
A memorial service will be held on Sunday, May 6th, at 3:00 p.m., at Einan's Memories at Sunset Event Center, 915 Bypass Highway, Richland, Washington.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a contribution to your favorite charity.
Dear Chris, Carla, Pat and Family,
We were so sorry to hear of Aunt Charlotte’s death. We spent a great deal of time with her when she lived in the Norristown area. We remember, with fondness, visiting the Logan St. house when you, Chris, and you, Pat, where young boys and had just returned from playing tennis. We all sat around the kitchen table and laughed. Funny, smart, and a mother full of love – our wonderful memory of Aunt Charlotte. Stay Amazed – Leanna/J.D.