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Charlotte L. Way, 75, passed away October 28, 2017 in Gilbert, Arizona. She was born in Wyandotte, Michigan on September 11, 1942 to Lorenzo and Edith Tomer.

Charlotte is survived by her loving husband of 57 years, James Way, daughters, Carla way and Susan Biakeddy, sons, James M. Way and Glenn Lee Way, sisters, Patty Hicks, Margaret Rummins, Deborah Morningstar and Becky Nelson, fifteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

A visitation for Charlotte is going to be held Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 10:00-11:00 am at the LDS Stake Center, 21915 E. Cloud Rd. Queen Creek, Arizona 85142 followed by a funeral service at 11:00. Interment will directly follow at San Tan Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 22425 E Cloud Rd, Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142.

Memorial contributions can be made in Charlotte’s name to Shriner-Crippled Children Hospitals.

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3 responses to “Charlotte L. Way”

  1. Len Higley says:

    Jim you have my Sympathy and sorry for your loss
    Len Higley

  2. GLOW says:

    Charlotte was such a beautiful person to be around. She & Jim loved life, & it showed! We met while attending church years ago in Henderson, & rubbed shoulders at all the FUN events, & just enjoyed visiting after the party goers left!! I have always treasured those moments. Was sad to see them depart our area, but so happy as they continued on their life journey together. Our prayers are with the family & friends.

  3. Jessica Bonilla says:

    Although I haven’t known Charlotte as long as most others, I can say that she was truly a very kind neighbor. She was always smiling when my boys and I would see her outside. She was so happy outside in the sunshine on her bicycle. We always spoke and even if it was brief she always made our day better. I know she was very special to her husband and to many many others. I’m happy I was able to know her.And I’m grateful I live next to such nice people. We will miss her dearly.

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Charlotte L. Way


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Charlotte L. Way, 75, passed away October 28, 2017 in Gilbert, Arizona. She was born in Wyandotte, Michigan on September 11, 1942 to Lorenzo and Edith Tomer.

Charlotte is survived by her loving husband of 57 years, James Way, daughters, Carla way and Susan Biakeddy, sons, James M. Way and Glenn Lee Way, sisters, Patty Hicks, Margaret Rummins, Deborah Morningstar and Becky Nelson, fifteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

A visitation for Charlotte is going to be held Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 10:00-11:00 am at the LDS Stake Center, 21915 E. Cloud Rd. Queen Creek, Arizona 85142 followed by a funeral service at 11:00. Interment will directly follow at San Tan Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 22425 E Cloud Rd, Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142.

Memorial contributions can be made in Charlotte’s name to Shriner-Crippled Children Hospitals.

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3 responses to “Charlotte L. Way”

  1. Len Higley says:

    Jim you have my Sympathy and sorry for your loss
    Len Higley

  2. GLOW says:

    Charlotte was such a beautiful person to be around. She & Jim loved life, & it showed! We met while attending church years ago in Henderson, & rubbed shoulders at all the FUN events, & just enjoyed visiting after the party goers left!! I have always treasured those moments. Was sad to see them depart our area, but so happy as they continued on their life journey together. Our prayers are with the family & friends.

  3. Jessica Bonilla says:

    Although I haven’t known Charlotte as long as most others, I can say that she was truly a very kind neighbor. She was always smiling when my boys and I would see her outside. She was so happy outside in the sunshine on her bicycle. We always spoke and even if it was brief she always made our day better. I know she was very special to her husband and to many many others. I’m happy I was able to know her.And I’m grateful I live next to such nice people. We will miss her dearly.

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