Charlotte Thames

Charlotte Lorraine Thames

Friday, March 28th, 1941 - Tuesday, December 31st, 2019
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Charlotte Lorraine Thames,78, passed away December 31, 2019, in Arlington, Texas.

A Fort Worth native, Charlotte attended Paschal High School and received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from TCU. Her teaching career as a reading specialist for HEB ISD and TCC spanned 39 years. Charlotte loved travel, bridge, plays, musicals, cultural events and many pets over the years. She was a long-time member of NEA and TSTA.

Charlotte considered her South Euless friends an extended family, and she will be sorely missed by friends and family.

The "Charlotte’s Web of Love Lives On" scholarship, endowed by Betsy Overholser, will honor Charlotte by providing assistance to students at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

Contributions in Charlotte’s memory to Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church’s SPAN program will assist seniors with financial aid for pet bills. SPAN to P.O. Box 821173, Dallas TX 75382

She was preceded in death by her parents, Katherine and Clinton Thames.

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Kim Whatley

Posted at 07:34pm
For the good times! I miss you ALWAYS and love you FOREVER

Kim Whatley

Posted at 07:29pm
Charlotte was an upbeat person who was full of smiles, jokes, laughter and life. The best way to describe her was fun and funny. To know her was to love her! I will forever cherish the many memories we had and I will forever keep her close in my heart. I was privileged to call this SPECIAL lady my cousin, my Clampit, as that was the nickname she went by with me. I will miss you more than words can say but it's never goodbye but I will see you again one day. I love you always and forever my Clampy

Donna whatley

Posted at 06:58pm
Charlotte was witty ,intelligent , fun and very personable. She was a fantastic cousin, which I did love very much and she was always happy, always cheerful and was pleasant to be around and liked by all that knew her, Rest in Peace Charlotte, I love you.

Carma Schellhorn

Posted at 08:15pm
Charlotte was always sharing a laugh, smile or hug through her teaching students or mentoring new teachers! I was one of those new teachers she mentored when I began my career at South Euless! She inspired me to ‘hook’ each student into the love of reading by teaching reading through science! Following her guidance, ALWAYS kept my students successful! RIP Charlotte, the world has lost an amazing lady!
Carma Schellhorn

Anne Kendrick

Posted at 05:27pm
Charlotte and I were teaching Buddies at South Euless Elementary. I always went to her when I needed help and advice. We decided, when all this evaluation stuff came in for teachers, that we could put on a true "Dog and Pony" show- She had the dog and I had the pony! We always had a great time together. I look back at my years at South Euless and have the fondest memories and right in the middle is Charlotte. Students, teachers and friends benefitted so much from having known her. She will be truly missed. Boy is God lucky......He has a great lady with Him in heaven !

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