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Charlotte Jean Matthews
11/13/1954 — 11/08/2023
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Celebration of Life
Charlotte Jean Matthews
Charlotte Matthews, age 68, passed away on November 8, 2023.
Charlotte was born in Sulphur, LA to Jack Matthews and Jackie Matthews.
She was proceeded in death by her parents Jack and Jackie Matthews as well as her older brothers Bruce and Jack Matthews.
She leaves behind her 2 children Travis Matthews and Jody Michaliszyn, her sister Sam Cohu and a bunch of grandchildren and great grandchildren that she loved adored and was so proud of.
Charlotte was an avid bowler and played softball most her life. Her favorite pass time was fishing at Scootnney Reservoir. She loved music both classical and country. She also enjoyed playing the piano and the flute.
Services for Charlotte Matthews will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2023, at 11:00 AM at the Sunset Gardens Event Center in Richland, Washington.
Services will be officiated by Pastor Fred Cohu.
It was sure nice to get to see and visit with aunt Charlotte this summer. Will miss her smile and laugh as I can still picture it and hear it because we saw it and heard it a lot.we bowled together for many years and I cherish those times we shared together.we will see one another again some day in heaven where we were all meant to be.miss and love you aunt char.
Charlotte was kind and intelligent person who had a great sense of humor. She really loved her move to Prosser because it meant she could live closer to her sister, Sam, whom she loved to spend time with during her retirement. She will be missed.
Leslie Smith, Attorney
8350 W. Grandridge Dr., Suite 200
Kennewick, WA 99338
Sweet Charlotte, your soul is home and our prayers are that you will rest in heavenly peace until the day that we can joyfully meet again. Our time together was several years back but it was always wonderful to catch up on your life when visiting with your family. RIP dear friend!
Char was my middle school-high school best friend while she lived in Alaska, in the 70s. She moved away with her parents, but returned to AK. We were room mates, young, carefree but both of us worked. She left Alaska again we stayed in touch and she and her then husband Curt came to visit, in 1979. During their visit my husband passsed, Char was my rock for as long as she could remain in Alaska. We sort of lost touch but then reconnected when Facebook came around. We ended up meeting in Seattle and flying to Vegas twice during the last 5 years. Our friendship remained the same as if we were still in high school (except we had both grown up). We had lots of time to catch up and talked about our families, kids, grandchildren. She was one of my longest friendships ever and I will miss her dearly.
Char was the best. I’m honored to have known her , bowled with and against her, and to have her as a friend.
I was so saddened to hear of your passing for myself but very happy for you for I know you will have life everlasting up above. I had such a fun time driving you and a couple of other church ladies to Portland this past year. What a fun memory. I will forever cherish. Until we meet again my friend.