ForeverMissed
Charlotte Kinzer, 73, of Moody, Alabama, passed away on January 8, 2021, after a long battle with dementia. 

Charlotte was born on February 1, 1947, to Charles and Vera McMurrain in Birmingham. Charlotte attended Tarrant High School and went on to enter beauty school. During her time at the beauty school she met her one true love, Blaine Kinzer.  After a short courtship they married and had three children, Edward, Dana and Charlie. When Charlotte had her children, she dedicated her life to being a fantastic and wonderful mother. She was a very compassionate and loving mother.  When Charlotte wasn’t at home, filling it with warmth and kindness, she could be found shopping, playing games or enjoying time with friends.  She was the life of the party. To know Charlotte was to love her. We will miss her greatly. 
Charlotte was predeceased by her parents, Charlie(her youngest son) and Blaine.
She is survived by Edward (Kristy) Kinzer, Dana Kinzer and grandchildren,  Parker (Alex )Kinzer, and Drew Kinzer. 
The family request that in lieu of flowers please send all donations to Affinity Hospice.
There will be a celebration of life party, date and time to be announced during the summer due to Covid-19.

Professional services entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home of Birmingham, AL. 


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Shared by Carolyn(Holloway) Teele on February 19, 2022
Charlotte and I were best friends at Tarrant High School. I loved her dearly.
When we would get ready to go anywhere, she would ask me to fix her hair in a French twist. And man she looked great. I would spend the night frequently and Vera loved for me to come because Charlotte only like cereal and I loved eggs and biscuits and sausage or bacon. Vera would fix me 6 double yolke eggs and a cake of biscuit in an iron skillet. We lost touch for a while then when Edward was a baby and I had my first born, Elizabeth, we would get together from time to time. As time went on, our families grew and I moved across town and we lost touch, but I always had my fond memories of her.
Carolyn (Holloway) Teele