Charlotte Buchanan

October 27, 1965 - October 4, 2022
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Charlotte passed away October 4, 2022 at her home in Marana, found by her husband Scott of 2 years.  She is survived by her Husband Scott, Sister Terri Lynn, Brothers Donald and Johnnie, 97-year-old Grandma Barton, Uncle Don, Aunts Joyce and Cheryl, 2 Nieces and a Nephew, several Grand Nieces and Nephews.  Charlotte is preceded in death by her Father Terry Barton, Mother Jeanie, Brother Ronald Drennen and Grandpa Barton.

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Born: October 27, 1965
Died: October 4, 2022

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Susan posted on 12/18/22

I'm sorry that you are gone now my cousin. I was blessed to get to know you. We had a good 3 years. Miss talking with you. Rip


Susan Neal posted on 10/25/22

Hello. I will miss Charlotte. Even though I just met you a couple of years ago and met you at your and Scott's wedding. RIP cuz. Lov ya.


DONNA J HACKNEY posted on 10/25/22

its been a long time ago you were only 8 years old I used to babysit you and your sister you will be missed for sure


Susan Neal posted on 10/24/22

Hello. I only just got to meet my 1st cousin a couple of years ago, but the days I did see you were good family. Thank you and God bless you. Rip with your grandma Mary Jane. Lov ya. Cousin. Cousin susan


Terri posted on 10/24/22

My beautiful sister, u will b missed dearly. I lost my best friend n sister the day u left us.Love u always. See ya again one day.


Joyce & Tom Ormes posted on 10/7/22

We didn't get to see much of you but we happy to see that you married, was a beautiful bride and found a great man in Scott. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers as time goes by. Love always, Aunt Joyce & Uncle Tom