Charlotte A. (Schuh) Boone
November 28, 1930 - December 15, 2012
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Charlotte A. Boone, age 82, passed away on December 15, 2012, at Brewster Village with her family by her side. She was born on November 28, 1930, in Appleton, the daughter of Clarence and Margaret (Paltzer) Schuh. She graduated from Appleton High School. Charlotte was united in marriage to Gerald Boone on October 4, 1956…

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Lynsey left a message on May 2, 2013:
My thoughts and prayers to the whole family. I'm so glad that char was able to spend her last days with us here at home. I'm going to miss every single one of you. Just remember that you all will always be family. And we will always be thinking of Char and her beautiful smile and laughter I love you!
Angie Reetz- Brewster Village left a message on May 2, 2013:
I will miss Charlotte's sweet smile~ She also showed many the virtue of patience. Charlotte is with her lord today and she is at peaceful rest- I hope you find comfort in this. Darryl, Renee, Gerald, and Barb- please know that you will always be part of our family here at Brewster Village. Our prayers are with you at this time.
Internal Medicine 1501 S Madison St Clinic left a message on May 2, 2013:
Jerry We are so sorry to hear about your wife. We know how much you loved her and everything you did you take care of her. We know now that she is at peace. May God watch over you in your time of need and give you strenth. She is now your Angel watching over you from above. Internal Medicine 1501 building
Cheri Patoka left a message on May 2, 2013:
My condolences to the family. I will always remember Charlotte when she saw Dr. Haine. She would always be smiling no matter how poorly she felt. She was a wonderful lady. Cheri Patoka
Kevin Schuh left a message on May 2, 2013:
I am so sorry for your loss. Growing up, my sisters and I spent a lot of time hanging out at the Boone household and Charlotte was always in a good mood no matter who stopped by unannounced (as most Schuhs did in those days). She had a great sense of humor and was a wonderful storyteller; she really made a story come alive and we were always laughing out loud when she told a tale. She loved being an entertainer even when she didn't have an instrument in her hands. Even in her later years when she could no longer speak, she was always happy to see us and communicated joy and happiness with her facial expressions. She was a very special person who will be missed by all those who knew her.
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Julie Adams Meyer left a message on May 2, 2013:
I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember your Mother now, Renee. She was so nice. I'll be thinking of you and your family. Take care. With Love, Julie
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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