Rest In Peace,
Those who knew Charlotte will remember her feisty, no-nonsense approach to life. An approach that was occasionally or frequently enhanced with original combinations of colorful language. Those who knew Charlotte will also recall that she did not mince words or suffer fools, and if she had a problem with you, well, she’d be the first one to let you know. She’d also be the first one to help a friend or a friend of a friend, or a total stranger who had fallen on hard times. She was truly one-of-a-kind and a force of nature in the way she lived and the way she loved.
As much as Charlotte loved her family and always put them first, a good card game and an intensely negotiated bargain at a garage sale were very close seconds.
An employee of The Boeing Company for 35 years, Charlotte was awarded the Gold Veteran’s Badge for loyalty and service to fellow workers in 2001 by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
She is survived by her children Faith Hansard (Shelby), Debra Barnett (Ron), Raymond Roser III (Sheila), and Kelly Will, all of Wichita, KS, and her brother, Charles Bujan (Sherri) of Port Aransas, TX. She was a proud grandmother of 13 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren and proud aunt to two nephews. She was Mom, Sissy, Meme, and Aunt Charlotte, and she will be dearly missed as she lives on through cherished memories.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Charlie and Viola (Thompson) Bujan; her husband, Raymond Roser, Jr.; her son, Scott C. Walther; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.