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Charlotte Faye Gresh

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Gresh, Charlotte Faye (Wieserman), 91, Johnstown, took her last breath here on earth, but her first in Heaven on September 6, 2020. Born March 19, 1929 to the late Phillip and Blanche (Eppley) Wieserman. Preceded in death by her beloved husband of 49 years, George D. Gresh Sr.; sisters, Evelyn Kuckenbrod, Alethea Virostek, and Belva Jean Wagner; and brothers, Forest Barnhart, and Edward and Phillip Wieserman. Charlotte will be deeply missed by her loving daughter who was her best friend, Petita Marie Gresh and husband, Elwood “Woody” C. Glacken Jr. Petita knew her mother was an angel sent from Heaven above. Also survived by sister, Vivian Wharton, FL, who is the last surviving member of the Wieserman family; friend, Carolyn Brumbaugh, who she treated like a daughter; numerous nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law, Margie Gresh, and Cecelia (Gresh) Shuman; 3 step-children from her husband’s previous marriage; several step-grandchildren and great grandchildren; and numerous other family members and friends. A special thanks to Es Tehrani, Canada. Charlotte loved to see the world through You-Tube on the internet. This is where she met Es and his two birds (Joseph and Tiago). They became friends and she loved them dearly. Charlotte loved all of God’s creatures and beauty that surrounded her; the wildlife in the fields, amazing sunsets, and the sound of the rain and snow glistening in the sun, but above all, she loved her family, friends, and animals, especially her cat Tinkerbell, who could usually be found lying on her lap. Tinkerbell was on her lap when she had her stroke. Charlotte enjoyed gardening, farming, traveling, dancing, baking, and canning.  Charlotte enjoyed numerous county fairs and meeting famous country music stars. She sang in local bands, played the harmonica, and enjoyed the simple things in life, like talking to family and friends on the phone or a good T.V. show. She liked to crochet in her free time. Until the very end, Charlotte had a heart of gold and always put everyone else’s needs before her own. Her life experiences made her the strong woman that she was. Charlotte loved scratch off lottery tickets and when she won, her expression was priceless! At Charlotte’s request, there will be no viewing or service. A special thanks to Patricia Gable (niece), who was with Charlotte when she went to be with our Lord. Celebrate Charlotte’s life and know that she is in the presence of God and with her beloved husband and all of those that she has missed for so long. Charlotte taught us a lot through the years, except how to live without her. “Peaceful be thy rest, dear mother, it is sweet to breathe thy name; as in life we loved you dearly, so in death we do the same.”  Thanks for being the Best Mother ever! I Love You! Arrangements in care of Hindman Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc., 146 Chandler Ave., Johnstown, PA 15906, “Exclusive Provider of Veterans and Family Memorial Care.” Condolences may be made at

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