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Charlottee C. Kent

Died: Saturday, December 29, 2012
Age: 77
Charlotte C. Kent, 77, Fontana, formerly of the Glenview and Niles, Ill. area, died Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, at her home.

She was born June 18, 1935, in Alpena, Mich.,the daughter of the late Harvey W. and Olive M. Peacock Johnson. She was a member of RLDS Church and House of Aaron.

Charlotte was the loving wife of the late Robert C. Kent; dear mother of Robert J. (Debra), Christopher C. (Lisa) and Wendy S. Kent; grandmother of Shoshanah M. and Kamaron R. Kent, Jeremiah K. Hooper, Justin A., Kreyton D. Kent, Kalissa N. Maynard, Ciarra C. Blake, Chandler C., Kyler J., Kassidy C. and Logan P. Kent; great-grandmother of Kayson Kent, Kayden Maynard, Ciana Kent and Jackson Maynard; and sister of Nora Lee Badder and Dianne (Sidney) Howard.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Stephanie C. Hooper; and sisters and brothers, Pauline Johnson, Thomas and Ricky Johnson, and Gailynn Smalley.

Memorial services at 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 8, at Toynton’s Walworth Funeral Home, with Pastor Arlo Stevenson officiating.

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