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Charlotte Charlet

February 11, 1948 ~ April 14, 2011

Charlotte Charlet, 63, of Lake Charles died at 3:10 PM on Thursday, April 14, 2011 in a New Orleans hospital following a lengthy battle with Parkison's disease.


Mrs. Charlet was born on February 11, 1948 in Lake Charles. She spent most of her life here, graduating from LaGrange High School in 1966 before earning a degree in education from McNeese State University. Mrs. Charlet retired as a purchasing agent from Citgo after 25 years. She was a member of Sale Street Baptist Church.


She loved her grandchildren dearly and also took great pride in working in her yard. Mrs. Charlet had an unconditional love for her pet companions.


Some of Mrs. Charlet's greatest times were often spent with her husband on cruise ships.


Those left to cherish her memory are her loving husband of 41 years, Charles "Chuck" Charlet of Lake Charles; a son, Chad Charlet and wife Angele of Metairie; a daughter, Christa Comeaux and husband Ronnie of Lake Charles; a sister, Linda Mount of Lafayette; a brother, Scott Chafin of Shreveport; and three grandchildren, Corey and Cara Charlet both of Houston and Trey Comeaux of Lake Charles.


She was preceded in death by her parents, Audrey and Morgan Chafin and a brother, Bob Chafin.


Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, April 18, 2011 in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Randy Edwards will officiate. Burial will be in Consolata Cemetery. Visitation will be on Sunday from 4:00 PM until 9:00 PM and will continue on Monday from 8:00 AM until time of services.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sale Street Baptist Church Journey of Faith, 1611 West Sale Rd., Lake Charles, LA 70605.

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  1. Charlotte was a sweet person who, as a purchasing agent, was pleasant and professional. She made working with a big industry as easy and fair as possible. I did business with her for many years and am so grateful for her contribution to my quality of life. My sincere condolences to those who loved her and will miss her most. She was a great lady.

  2. Charlotte was a very special person and special friend. She loved life and loved people. We always had such a good time together whether at Tioga High School or just running around together. She was such a lot of fun! She had a car and we would stuff about 7 girls in there and ride around town laughing and having fun. She will be missed! I will pray that all of family members will find God's peace. I am sorry that she had to leave us so soon!

  3. Charlotte will always be remembered for her grace, beauty and wonderful Southern elegance. She was a true friend and I will miss her.My deepest condolences to Chuck, Christa, and Chad.

  4. Christa, I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words that I can say that will comfort you or ease your pain. Please know I love you and am praying for you, your dad and brother.

  5. Christa, so sorry for your loss.I just found out this afternoonso i looked at the paper. I knowit will be hard for all you guys. She's a beautiful lady.

  6. Christa,I was so sad to hear of this! I always loved going to your house when we were growing up…your mom was so sweet and fun to be around. I have been and will continue to pray for your family …that you will feel God's presence with you…His arms wrapped around you during this difficult time. Love, Amy

  7. I am so sorry for your loss. Charlotte was a very special person. She was a good co-worker, and I have fond memories of those days. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. I am so sorry for your loss. I can't say I knew Charlotte but I can say I wish I did. She sounds so special. May you find solace in the scriptures that promise when God will un-do all the hurtful things we have to endure today. Warmest regards. Peggy Tupper (Glenda Tupper's sister-in-law)

  9. Memories of Charlottle as my dear teenage friend at Tioga High School. We spent so much time together and I always felt comfortable in her parent's home. After her family move back to Lake Charles, I went to visit. We had not talked in so many years until last year, but she did not tell me about any illness as we had talked about planning a visit. I am so truly sorry for the Charlet families loss. What a beautiful woman she became as an adult. My sorrow extends to Linda and Scott and their families also.

  10. Mike and I would like to extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family,Chuck.GOD Bless! You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  11. Mrs. Charlet was the classest lady I've ever known. She had unconditional love for her family and friends. She will be forever remembered. We will miss her.

  12. Sonny and I will be remembering you during this time. Charlotte was a very lovely lady. It was a pleasure to have known her.

  13. We will all miss Charlotte, her easy smile and pleasant personality. But, we know that no one will miss her more than those of you closest to her, her family. Know that we have held her in our prayers and will continue to hold all of you in our prayers. We are so sorry for your loss.She was a wonderful person and very dear friend for many years and we will miss her very much.


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