Charlotte A. Lovell, 88, of Melcher-Dallas, Iowa died Tuesday, March 05, 2013 at Knoxville Hospitals & Clinics.
Charlotte was born on September 26, 1924 in Knoxville to Frederick & Charlotte (Goering) Kading. She was united in marriage to Glen Lovell on July 17, 1941. Charlotte was a homemaker and a member of the New Hope United Methodist Church in Melcher-Dallas. She enjoyed cooking, crocheting, playing cards, square dancing and raising all of her kids. Charlotte especially enjoyed hosting Thanksgiving dinners and all 100 people that would attend.
Survivors include, five children: David (Shirley) Lovell of Knoxville, Velma (Dan) Luscri of Melcher-Dallas, Robert (Faye) Lovell Rock Island, Illinois, Linda (Mitch) Enfield Melcher-Dallas, Jerry (Jackie) Lovell of Melcher-Dallas, 25 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren, two sisters-in-law: Virginia Lovell and Elinore Rigel. Preceding Charlotte in death is her husband Glen Lovell; three children: Charles Lovell, Barbara Payton, Donna Jones and two sons-in-law; Norman Payton and Rodney Jones.
Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m., Saturday at Pierschbacher Funeral Home in Melcher-Dallas. Visitation will be Friday from 5-8 p.m. at Pierschbacher Funeral Home. Interment will be in Dallas Cemetery. Memorials may be given to either Melcher-Dallas Rescue Unit or Columbia Rescue Unit.
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Velma, Danny, and family--we are truly sorry to hear of your loss. We wish we could have been there to support you during this time. I remember meeting your mother during one of our visits. She was such a sweet and ge... more
I knew Charlotte as "Ma Lovell", she was such a wonderful person that would treat her childrens friends as a part of her family. She babysit my younger sister Jen, she was the grandma that Jen never had. I remember tho... more
She was a wonderful woman who was loved and adored by many and had so much loving family surrounding her.. she will be missed and im deeply greatful I got to met her...I will pray that this BIG family comes together and ... more
There hasn't been, and never will be, a Thanksgiving that we won't remember Aunt Charlotte with giggles and smiles, laughter and love. Our entire family treasure the memories of her. Know that our thoughts and prayers ar... more
Children of Charlotte, We are very sorry for the loss of your mother and know that she is at home with Jesus. Your dad and mom have a lot to catch up on. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Velma,Please know how sorry I am for your loss.Prayers & lots of hugs.