Angel-Sleeping
 

Charlotte Ann Cannon-Richardson

April 24, 2020 ~ April 9, 2020

Obituary

             Reflection of a Life
            Charlotte Ann Cannon-Richardson 
              Sunrise April 24,1935  to  Sunset April 9, 2020

Charlotte was the youngest of four children, was born to the late
Clifford Cannon, Sr. & Lucille P. Carney (Cannon) in San Francisco, California. 
She attended school in San Francisco, graduating from Poly Tech High School.
While attending Poly Tech, Charlotte was active in sports and participated in swimming,
was the Head Cheerleader and enjoyed being a member of the
Intramural Sport Softball Team at San Francisco's Hamilton Recreational Center.
Charlotte then attended San Francisco City College where she received an
Associates of Arts Degree in Business Administration. 

Upon graduating from San Francisco City College, Charlotte obtained positions at
Crocker Bank and later at Wells Fargo Bank in the City.
She later joined Pacific Gas and Electric Company and retired from there Septermber 12, 1997.

She received several distinguished service awards as an employee of PG&E.  

It was during her employment at PG&E she met and married the love of her life,
James Bertram Richardson on August 29, 1991.
Affectionately known as "Bert".
On July 7, 1998 Charlotte, Bert and Lamont decided to move to Henderson, Nevada.
She and Bert enjoyed having all of her California family come and visit them in Henderson.
Bert would cook, Charlotte would entertain.
She did not cook but loved to entertain.
A few years later, LaTanis and her family moved to Henderson to join her parents. 

Charlotte decided to start her career over and began working for Credit One Bank in Henderson.
After being employed there for several years, she decided to work as a
crossing guard with the Henderson Police Department.
The children and their parents loved Ms. Charlotte and she lvoed them also.
Alaways giving the children encouragement to get good grades and a warm smile.
Again, Charlotte was an exemplary employee and as asset to this
community as noted by the number of awards and accomplishments
received while in this position for services to the Henderson Community. 

Every Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m., you could find Charlotte at
Remnant Ministries, led by Pastor Randle Cunningham.
She had a strong faith and belief in God and enjoyed attending Remnant. 
Dancing and listening to Oldies, but Goodies was a favorite pastime of
Charlotte along with being an avid 49er Fan and season ticket holder.
She was also an avid swimmer and at one point, a Red Cross Swim Instructor.

To meet Charlotte, you would never forget her.
She met no stranger as she would start up a conversation with anyone
and leaving them with a feeling that they had just spent time and talking with a best friend.
Charlotte was preceded in death by her parents,
her hustband Bert and her brothers Clifford Cannon Jr. and Algred Morris Cannon.

She leaves her son LaMont Watts, her daughter Latanis Watts,
grandchildren Keith Charles Louton Jr., Mikayla Breanna Louton,
Kevin Christopher Louton and Kyle James Louton.
Brother Robert Henry Cannon, his wife Luealisyrine Cannon and many nephews and nieces.
Charlotte left a host of extended family and companion
and "SERVICE DOG" Brie, who resides now iwth her son LaMont. 

We, the family of Mrs. Charlotte Ann Cannon-Richardson wish to express our gratitude
for the caring, prompt and compassionate professional services, especailly
Terrie Ritchie, RN; Deanna Carolla, CNA; and Amanda Wordle, RN.
The family also acknowledges with great gratitude and sincere appreciation,
the generous outpouring of love, sympathy and warm consolation we have received during this time.  

 

A LORDS PRAYER
Our Father, which are in Heaven,
Hallowed be thy Name
Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done
On Earth, as it is in Heaven. 
Give us this day, our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those that trespass against us. 
And lead us not into temptation, 
But deliver us from evil. 
For thine is the kingdom, The power, and the glory 
Forever and Ever,
Amen.


 

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