Charlotte Summers Huyett

In Memorial

Charlotte Summers Huyett, 83, passed peacefully Friday May 7, 2021.   She was born in Gap, PA.

Charlotte was an avid bowler, a midget race car owner and devoted fan of midget racing. She enjoyed embroidery, bingo and the BeeGees!

She is survived by two sons, LaRue (husband of Teah) and Jeffery (husband of Lucinda); four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren; brothers, Eugene Summers (husband of Loraine), Gary Summers (husband of Nancy) and Ronnie Summers (husband of Mary).

She was preceded in death by daughters, Joni (wife of Mike Dalmas) and Lori (wife of Bob Bell) and brother Richard Summers.

There will be a drop in gathering for family and friends at the Whitehorse Fire hall from 2:00-4:00 PM on Saturday, May 15th.

Condolence Messages

  1. Steve Raffensperger

    I want to express my sympathy for the passing of Charlotte. She was my dental patient for over thirty years, always faithful about coming every six months and having a chat at the end of every appointment. I enjoyed her visits and extend my condolences to the family, especially LaRue, Teah, and Mike.

  2. Sidonia Pickel

    I am sorry to hear that Ms. Huyett has passed away. I loved to read about her interests! It seems she really enjoyed a variety of activities. I was especially drawn to her choice of the BeeGees as I am a fan of theirs also. That says a lot about her to me. Please find comfort in the God of comfort II Cor. 1:3,4.

  3. Gwen Ranck Phillips

    To all the family.Sorry I can not be sister Pat told me or I would not of known.
    I enjoyed seeing her at Bingo.we would sit and say whats new in the families.we will miss her so much.lots of Love To All The Families.HUGS,too.

  4. Phyllis Oxenrider

    Larue, Teah and family. So very sorry for your loss. Praying for your family. Miss you. Phyllis and Marian

  5. Tina (Ranck) Sager

    Prayers for family and friends.
    May God give you the comfort to help you through the days ahead.

  6. LaRue, Teah and family my deepest condolences in the passing of Charlotte. Charlotte and I would talk every Thursday at bingo. I really enjoyed our talks. I will truly miss her. I’m so sorry that I did not make it to the drop in on Saturday, didn’t find out till Sunday. I’m praying for peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. My thought and prayers will be with you

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