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Charlette Sargent – January 3, 2018

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Charlette Sargent

Charlette Sargent was born in Denver Colorado August 3, 1928, to the parents of Lorraine and Arthur Morgan. She grew up and met a handsome man named Richard Sargent. It was said that they both loved to dance and they were a striking couple on the dance floor. They were soon married  March 1, 1959. Richard was very talented and supported the family.  They later moved to Herlong California where they bought a home and had a son who was named Dennis Wade Sargent. Charlette was a great homemaker and spent a lot of her time taking care of Richard and Dennis. It was said that they were the centerpiece of her life. Richard and Charlette were very close and enjoyed traveling and going everywhere together. Richard passed away March 1, 2016, leaving Charlette alone. Dennis soon convinced his mom that she should come and stay with him and his family. Charlette lived with Dennis and family until she passed away at the Northern Nevada Hospital January 3, 2018, at approximately 3 pm in the afternoon.

Charlotte is survived by her son Dennis and Angel Sargent in Reno. Daughter Susan Morgan in Hayward California, Granddaughter Janea Sargent in Reno, Great Granddaughter Maizzie Sargent in Reno, Sister in laws are Lorretta Clark in Reno and Virginia Paine in Medford Oregon.

The services for Charlette Sargent will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint Stake center located at 2955 Rock Boulevard, Sparks Nevada 89431. The date and time will be Friday, February 2nd at 1:00 P.M. Everyone is invited to celebrate the life of Charlette Sargent.

 

 

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