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  • My thoughts and prayers. Times spent with the King family were always a pleasure.

  • Our prayers are with your family. She was such a kind, sweet woman of God and I know she will be missed. But take joy in knowing that she is completely healed and rejoicing with Jesus. I’m so glad I got to see her on Sunday…

  • May you find comfort in the treasured times you shared together Sending prayers and hugs to all. Aunt Charlotte (with Uncle Al) will shine “on the farm” every day reminding you of the wonderful memories that were enjoyed with friends and family.

  • Aunt Charlotte will live on in our hearts and memories! Happy she is at peace with Uncle Alfred and Kendell. Love and hugs to all from your FL family!


  • Sweet woman who will always be missed. Charlotte gave so much time to her community and church. Christmas in Odessa will always miss her as well. Sleep in peace Charlotte, and be happy with Al. To George and Julie, Harvey and Alice, I am so sorry. She lived a good life and served well to many.

  • Mr. Smith and Family,
    I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your Mother-in-Law. Mrs. Atkinson was such a nice lady. I remember her working in some of the department stores in Middletown. She couldn’t be anymore helpful and accommodating to the customers who were trying to locate certain items within the store. Mrs. Atkinson will be missed by many. I will have you and your Family in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. God Bless!

  • So sorry for your loss! I always loved your Mom’s warm smile and kind words always. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  • George and Julie-

    I cannot begin to tell you how sorry I am. Even when we know in our minds that it’s the right time, our hearts don’t necessarily agree! You may have some solace in that your parents are together now, but somehow that doesn’t always make us feel better. Trust and know that all kinds of people all over are thinking of you and love you and wish you peace as you go through this. You might feel alone, but you’re not alone.

    God Bless you all,
    Lauren Thomas

  • Charlotte , sorry to hear about the death of your mother. She was certainly one of a kind. So very generous and always had good things to say about people. May she rest in peace Sally

  • So very sorry to read of Mrs. Atkinson’s passing. Praying for comfort, strength and peace of mind.
    God sure has another angel with Him and she was an angel here on earth.
    What a beautiful Godly woman. Praying for comfort, strength, and the gift
    of beautiful memories that God leaves in exchange.
    Barbara Gruwell

  • We are very sorry to hear of your loss, our thoughts and prayers to the entire family.
    Wayne, Pam and Chase Rapine

  • The Delaware Anglers and Gunners Club would like to express our sympathy on the loss of your
    mother/grandmother. We share the same love for the area that she so deeply had.
    Delaware Anglers and Gunners Club
    Shallcross Lake

  • Charlotte and Brian/Jennifer and family,
    We saw Mrs. Atkinson’s Obituary in the paper, please accept our deepest sympathy at her passing. She was a delightful lady and I have so many wonderful memories of her especially working at the church. So sorry we will not be able to attend her funeral but we will be thinking of you and her on that day.
    We saw in the paper that you vacation at Fenwick, we now live in Fenwick and would love to see you. Drop us an e-mail and I’ll give you directions.

  • George and family……
    We were at U Delaware together during the late 1960’s and etc….
    My deepest condolences on your loss

  • Dear Atkinson Family and your families,
    Words cannot express the love and admiration that she was showered by from all of us who knew her well. She always had a smile and never spoke anything but wisdom and kindness. There is so much more that we could say, but you know how we loved her and love all of you. God Bless you all.

  • Prayers to the family of Mrs Atkinson,accept our deepest sympathy at her passing. What a wonderful women she was. Praying for strength and comfort at this difficult time. The Kite family.

  • Deeply saddened to hear of Aunt Charlotte’s passing. You have been in my thoughts. Love all of my Atkinson family.

  • Dear Atkinson Family,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Dear Alice and all the Atkinson family, I remember your mom so well from St. Paul’s Methodist Church (the old one & the newer one) in Odessa, she was always there doing everything she could to make the church better. Helping with the church suppers, Sunday school, & I think when there were weddings she was back in the kitchen again. She was always so kind to all the kids in the church & I think she also worked with the Girl Scouts? My mom passed away about 5 weeks before your mom, bet they have already had a nice chat in Heaven about St. Paul’s! Will keep your family in my prayers.

  • Michael: Thank you for your kind email. Mom was very proud of her family. Alice Smith (Pat Lawson’s cousin)

  • Dawn and Scott: Thank you for your kind word regarding Mom. “Sweet” and “kind” have been mentioned in many of the cards and emails we received. Alice, Charlotte, and George Atkinson

  • Leon and Karen: Thank you for remembering Mom. She always thought a lot of the whole Henderson family, especially your mother. Alice Atkinson Smith

  • Karen: Thank you for your lovely comments about Mom. So many folks have called her “sweet and loving” in their comments to us. We dearly miss her but know she is in a better place. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Don: Thank you so much for your remembrances of our mother. She did indeed work at both Berkman’s and Hatton’s and loved dealing with the folks around Middletown. We will definitely miss her. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Mickey: Thank you for your comments regarding Mom. The words “warm” and “kind” have been used by so many folks that we have heard from. And that is the way we will always remember our mother. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Barbara: Thank you for your lovely comments about Mom. Yes, we like to think of her as another angel in Heaven. She set such a good example for us as we grew up. She is sorely missed. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Wayne, Pam, and Chase, Thank you acknowledging the passing of our mother, Charlotte, She lived a long life and we will miss her dearly. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Delaware Anglers and Gunners Club: Your acknowledgement of Mom’s passing was a wonderful surprise, as well as the contribution to St. Paul’s Church. You are indeed correct that our parents both loved living on Shallcross Lake, which they did for their whole married lives. Thank you again for your kind consideration. Alice Smith, Charlotte Miller and George Atkinson

  • Cyndi and Tony: Thank you for your wonderful tribute to Mom. The words, “smile” and “kindness” were mentioned by many who send cards or offered their condolences. But you mentioned “wisdom,” and that is also so true. Much of Mom’s wisdom was based on her faith which was very strong. We miss her. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Elaine: Thank you for your condolences. I am happy you got to know Mom and Dad. They were special people whom we miss very much. Alice

  • Alex: Thank you for your comments regarding Mom and the family. We were so glad to get to see your Mom and Dad and Bill, despite the sad occasion. Mom will truly be missed. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Thank you for your condolences. We miss Mom very much. Alice, Charlotte, and George

  • Carole: What a lovely surprise to get your note, especially your remembrances of Mom. They are all so true and she was also a Girl Scout leader. Mom attended St. Paul’s for over 60 years until the last year when she did not get around much. I don’t know if you knew that my father, Alfred, graduated with your mother, Jean, as well as Ginny Foley and Catherine Cavender (who are still living). I know they enjoyed getting together for class reunions. We hate to lose our parents, but as age catches up with them, their quality of life is not the same. But the memories are always there to sustain us. Alice

  • BJ & Bill, We “see” Mom & Dad on the farm every day. The daffodils that they planted, the buildings that they tended, the furniture in the farm house, and when we watch all the critters. They left a wonderful legacy and we enjoy our memories. Thank you so much for being part of our celebration of Mom’s life. George, Julie, Alice & Charlotte Anne

  • Jeff & Cheryl, Thank you so much for being part of our celebration for Mom. It means a lot to have had you join us. George, Julie, Alice & Charlotte Anne

  • Lauren, Thanks for your kind words. They are a great comfort. George, Julie, Alice & Charlotte Anne