Washington Funeral Home & Cremation

Washington Funeral Home & Cremation

Charlotte Jean Williams

Beaver Falls, PA

Charlotte Jean Williams, 54 years old, was united with the Lord on April 6, 2024, at the Beaver Medical Center after a brief illness. Charlotte was born on June 24, 1969, in East
St. Louis, Illinois., to her birth parents Charles H. Bolden and Iwilta Jackson. Charlotte was adopted by Theodore Nicholas and Dixie Dixon. Charlotte’s early childhood and education
years were spent in Rochester, Pa. However, she graduated high school in East St. Louis before moving back to Rochester, where she lived for many years. Charlotte obtained a CNA
license and was employed by the geriatric center in Beaver, Pa. She later relocated to East St. Louis, living there for 13 years before again returning to her hometown of Rochester, Pa.

Charlotte was baptized at Second Baptist Church at an early age. She rededicated herself back to SBC last year, where she thoroughly enjoyed singing and began playing the keyboard for the choir. She was a loving mother to son Tracy (T.J.) Johnson and daughter Ashlee Johnson. Charlotte adored her children and she always called TJ and Ashlee “Mommy’s angels”. She had seven grandchildren, who affectionately called their nana “Jean Bean”. Charlotte had an infectious, fun, loving spirit. She enjoyed karaoke and spending time with her family and special friend Steven Lavette.

Charlotte is preceded in death by her birth parents Charles H. Bolden and Iwilta Jackson; her adopted parents Theodore Nicholas and Dixie Dixon, two sisters; Neeta Nicholas and Stephanie Benlow-Greenidge and four brothers; Stephen Williams, Eric Foote-Jackson, Charles Henry Jackson and Bruce Edwin Jackson.

In addition to her children. She is survived by her grandchildren; Tyler, Taleah, Ashton, Ayden, Logan, Sevin and Lance. She is also survived by sisters Dixie (Johnnie) Pulliam-Jackson, Renee (James) Bacon-Law, Cassaundra Bolden-Green, Tracie Bolden, Stacie (Anthony) Bolden, Victoria (Kevin) White, Timeka (Demarcus) Bolden-Beeks and brothers Robert Jackson, III and Willis Ector Jackson. Charlotte shared a special bond with her niece and great-niece, Treshawnda (Lucious) Tinker and S’Ndaeh (Little Lucious) Iacobucci and her legacy lives on in the lives of her many other nieces, nephews and friends.

Family & Friends will be received on Friday, April 19th, 2024 from 5 pm until 7pm; followed by a Homegoing Service on Saturday, April 20th, 2024 at 11 am; Second Baptist Church, 200 Clay Street, Rochester, PA; Rev Dr. Brian Crawl Officiating. Service entrusted to Washington Funeral Home & Cremations, 1411 6th Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA. Regina Washington Supervisor.

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