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Charlotte Wayne

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Charlotte M. Wayne age 82 of Nashua died Thursday, April 30, 2015, at her home. Friends may greet the family 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Saturday, May 2, 2015 at Hugeback-Johnson Funeral Home - Olson Chapel in Nashua. Charlotte Margaret Wayne was born June 27, 1932, in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, the daughter of Lester and Mabel (Valley) Hubbard. She attended school in Prairie du Chien and graduated from Prairie du Chien High School in 1949. Charlotte was introduced to Burdette Wayne and the couple was married in Prairie du Chien. To this union four children were born. The couple moved to Iowa and settled into the Nashua area. Charlotte cooked at the Bradford House, Curt's Parkway, and other local Caf’s in Nashua. She became very passionate about the Foster Grandparent Program and was very involved with helping young children in need. Charlotte loved to play bingo and would travel to the local area towns to play different nights of the week. She enjoyed playing cards, especially 500, and yahtzee. Charlotte always enjoyed holidays and time spent with family and friends. Charlotte is survived by three sons, Jim Wayne of Plainfield, Dino Wayne of Nashua and Leland (Jackie) Wayne of Charles City; daughter, Cindy Bast of Nashua; fifteen grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren; and brother, William Hubbard of Prairie du Chien, WI. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Burdette Wayne; grandson, Dustin Wayne; brother, Bud Hubbard; and sister, Katherine Martin

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  1. Aunt Charlotte, one of my favorite memories of you is from a 4th of July party at Aunt Kate and Uncle Cecil’s house in PdC. The music was playing and you and Aunt Kate were dancing and then you and Uncle Burdette. All of us kids were playing and of course eating……great memories…..just one of many. Tell everyone hello up there and have fun catching up. I love you. Dawn Hubbard (niece)

  2. I remember when your family first moved to Plainfield. Jim and I have been good friends ever since. I remember hanging out at your house. You will definitely be missed! I live 1250 miles away, but I’m there in thought!

  3. Charlotte, I have known you for 17 years, the last 15 of them I became part of your family! I will always remember how you welcomed me, my children and grandchildren, as if we were one of your own, you will always be in my heart. I will miss our holidays together, but yet I know you will be with us in spirit. God Bless You, Love, Jackie

  4. Yet again we let go an amazingly beautiful person to become a elegant angel to watch over all of us. Thought and prayers with the friends and family.

  5. so sorry to here of your loss my thoughts and prayers are with all of you I always thought the world of her Larry Fisher

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