- 85 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 21, 1931
- Place of birth:
Boulder, Colorado, United States
- Date of passing: Oct 25, 2016
- Place of passing:
Liberty Lake, Washington, United States
|Can I say something?|
Charlene Pickerel, 85, born on September 21, 1931 and passed away at 12:11 AM on October 25, 2016. Asleep in her bed, with her son Dan sitting next to her, she simply stopped breathing at 11 minutes past midnight. A good death for sure.
~A Wake at The Beach~
Janaury 14, 2017 Cannon Beach, Oregon
We realize that because of the location of the wake some will not be able to attend. In lieu of attending, please leave a note, remembrance, photo, or a story about Charlene here on her memorial site. Her family would love to hear from you.
Charlene’s only lifelong wish for memorial arrangements was that her family not let her "rot in the ground". Therefore, Charlene Pickerel's family invite you to celebrate our mother's life and sadly, her death:
SATURDAY JANUARY 14
AT TWO O’CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON
TWO THOUSAND AND SEVENTEEN
CANNON BEACH, OREGON
RATHER THAN A WAKE, IT'S A PARTY FOR OUR MOM...PLEASE JOIN US
2 PM* | MEET AT HAYSTACK ROCK TIDE POOLS
Spread Charlene's ashes and say a few words
*Bad weather plan: strait to 3 PM linner
2:45 PM | HAYSTACK ROCK TO WAYFARER RESTAURANT
3 PM | HOSTED LINNER (Lunch + Dinner) AT THE WAYFARER
Toast Charlene and tell stories
1190 Pacific Drive, Cannon Beach, OR 97110
Please RSVP BY JANAURY 6TH
Everyone is welcome. Please RSVP via your formal e-invitation (Paperless Post) you were sent or directly to Wendi Pickerel (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 6th. If you know someone who should receive this information and has not, please direct them to this memorail site or have them call or email Wendi: 206-816-2000 / email@example.com.
For hotel or overnight arrangements at or near by Canon Beach, because it is Martin Luther King Weekend, please make your lodging reservations soon. At last check (11/12/2016), Air B&B and VRBO had many options available in Cannon Beach.
"I will miss you Grandma. I loved all your layers, colors, character and your honesty.
I got your eyes, your name and so many life lessons from you. You taught me and Jesse how to stop and appreciate nature, art, hard work, travel and a love of animals. You taught us that you could be happy and penniless and how to persevere when opportunities don't present themselves. You taught me how to drive and gave me some of the greatest recipes. I'll always cherish the summers we spent at your house and the long trips we took as kids, up and down the West Coast (Thanks for letting me always sit in the front). Thanks for making time for us, and for showing up and being a wonderful grandma in our lives. You were the bridge that connected us all together and I will miss you. Thank you for everything.
Love, Erin Charlene Pickerel"
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