It is with sadness the family of Charlotte Byers announce her passing on October 25, 2018 at the Rosetown & District Health Centre at the age of 66 years.
Charlotte was born March 25, 1952 in Elrose to parents Bernard and Margaret “Peggy” Anderegg. She lived on the current homestead throughout her childhood. Her schooling began in Wartime, continued in Eston and eventually a hairdressing course in Saskatoon. Robert and Charlotte married in 1972 and began their lives in Saskatoon, continuing on to Prince Albert where their daughters Amanda and Dorrie were born. They lived the winters in Prince Albert and farmed summers at Wartime until they permanently made Wartime home in 1986.
Cows and farm life quickly took over their lives. Charlotte filled her life with running after her husband and daughters. She enjoyed crocheting, reading and sewing. Summers were busy with haying, horses and fishing. As time went on, Charlotte ventured off the farm and did various job, like bin building, working in Elrose at Torrance’s grocery store. Charlotte’s life got very busy with bookkeeping for the new oil trucking company along with the feeding and calving of the cattle herd.
Charlotte is survived by her loving husband Robert of 46 years; daughter Amanda (Mike Baht) and grandchildren Jay and Taylor; daughter Dorrie (Adam Van De Woestyne) and grandchildren Alexandra, Matthew, Caleb and Peyton; siblings Cheryl Mcafee (Garnet), Elaine Ouellette (Stan), Murray Anderegg (Rose) and Marlea Anderson (Ken). She was predeceased by her parents Bernard and Margaret Anderegg and numerous aunts and uncles.
A Celebration of Life was held on Monday, October 29, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Elrose Memorial Hall with Mr. Brian Watson officiating. Donations in memory of Charlotte may be made to the Elrose Volunteer Ambulance & Fire Department, P.O. Box 122, Elrose, SK.