Charlotte J. Ryan

charlotte ryan

March 31, 1943 ~ September 15, 2018

Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Charlotte Ryan graced the earth from the day she was born in Maryland on March 31, 1943, until the time she passed, surrounded by her loving family, on September 15, 2018. She married Vincent Ryan in Washington, D.C., on May 27, 1961, and he was truly the love of her life. They shared wonderful times traveling the world and raising their family. Out of their love came five children: Cathy [Terry], Cheryl, Vinny, Mike [Ginger], and Michelle [Kevin]. Charlotte loved watching her family grow, and she adored all of her 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren, and her other child (dog) Nucy. She was a woman of many talents and enjoyed crocheting, sewing, card-making, cooking and baking, and shopping. Charlotte was a giver and showed her love by making blankets and cards and other gifts for her loved ones which will forever be treasured. She delighted in being with people enjoying a good laugh and good food, but most of all she delighted in her husband Vincent. She leaves us with many great memories, and has taught us all grace, gentleness, integrity and love. She will forever be in our hearts and we look forward to seeing her again. Online condolences,

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  1. I am so sad to hear of Charlotte’s passing. We did card making at the YMCA. She will be missed by us!! Prayers for you and your family.

  2. Vince & family,

    Dave and I was so sorry to read of Charlotte’s passing this past Saturday. Our deepest sympathy to you. Charlotte was indeed very gifted with all her projects. I am sure she has left you with many fond memories and handicrafts. Prayers sent your way during this very difficult time.

  3. Vince and Family,
    We are so very sorry for the loss of your dear wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. The past several weeks have been very difficult for all of you, but most especially you Vince. As we kept in touch with you we road the ups and downs with you. We were especially encouraged when we heard she was up and walking. Then what a shock to hear she was losing her battle a day or 2 later. You have been and will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. My prayers and heart are with this beautiful family that shared such a loving soul with my little family. An amazing Wife, mother and grandmother. Her love was infectious and inviting. You couldn’t help but hug and love her.

  5. Vince,
    I am so sorry to hear of Charlotte’s death. I know that the past few weeks have been a terrible stress on you and now she is at peace and not in pain.. YOUR genealogy family is here for you – for anything, at anytime. Please remember that.

  6. Vince, we are so sorry to hear about Charlotte’s passing. We thought the world of her, we enjoyed chatting with her when our pups were together. Such a great loss! Very sadden by the news. Our prayers are with you and your family. Osito’s parents Ron and Wanda

  7. Vince and family,

    It was such a pleasure getting to know Charlotte over the last twelve or so years. I wish you peace and comfort, and will continue to pray for you all.

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