Charlotte Ann De Hondt

Charlotte Ann De Hondt, a resident of Chatham, peacefully passed away on Friday April 24, 2020 at the Chatham Kent Hospice in her 85th year. Daughter of the late Lawrence and Winnifred Davey. Mother of Penny Harper of Brantford, Dora Bilodeau (Murray Murphy) of Cold Lake , Alberta and the late Larry Little (1969). Predeceased by her husband Roger De Hondt (1996). Grandmother of Aidan Harper, Jessica Hanley, Liam Harper , Shannon Bilodeau and Kristin Bilodeau. Great grandmother of Noah, Willa and Adalyn. Survived by her sister, Nancy List. Also survived by nieces and nephews of the List and DeVries family. Charlotte will be fondly remembered by many friends including Eileen Howes and her dog Twitter. The family will be remembering her privately and interring her remains in Maple Leaf Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the Chatham Kent Hospice in her memory.

11 Comments on “Charlotte Ann De Hondt”

  1. So sad to hear of Charlotte’s passing. Her quiet and gentle manner was what always impressed me. Sending my deepest condolences to her family. May wonderful memories of her give comfort to all. RIP Charlotte

  2. My sympathy to her family.
    I was lucky enough to work with Charlotte many years ago when we worked with special needs students. Her quiet manner and dry sense of humour was enjoyed by all. She had a wonderful way with the students and cared for them very much. She will be missed and has given me many fond memories.

  3. Shall miss you so much my treasured friend, Charlotte. My condolences to your daughters and families and all the friends you have made on this journey of life. You shall always ways have a special place in my heart.
    Deb

  4. Charlotte was one of those people that immediately make you feel comfortable. Her unique sense of humor matched mine and we spent many hours laughing .
    My sympathy to all she loved.

  5. I ams o sorry to hear of Charlotte’s passing. Mom and l found her to be a lovely neighbor and friend. Mom and l will both miss her.

  6. Charlotte was a very compassionate person always caring. Will miss her and her little dog. Really nice to have known her and will miss her .
    May her soul and all the souls of the faithful thru the mercy of God rest in peace.

  7. Oh Charlotte! I had the pleasure of working with her at SRC for many years. She was always so kind and compassionate and had a great sense of humour. We had lots of laughs together. I’m sure you have so many wonderful memories! Hang on to them. They will get you through.

  8. Dear Penny, Dora, and Family

    I am so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Charlotte was always kind and soft spoken. Whenever my Mom, Ethel and I would run into her we always stopped to chat. My deepest condolences to all of you, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Darlene

  9. From the Campbell family. I have known Charlotte since I was 5 years old. I played many times with her son Larry who was tragically killed on his bike. My mother Doe and Charlotte remained good friends until my mother’s death 4 years ago. I am sorry for her passing, but am happy to know she is with Roger, Larry and my mother. All the best to her daughters and friends. She was a gentle soul. Many find memories.

  10. Dear Penny, Dora and Family

    I am very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Charlotte was always very kind and sweet to us “Little” girls (parents were Dan & Ethel). My condolences and prayers are with you.

    Dana

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