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Katie Swett

Charlotte Swett Walter

December 09, 1921 - September 15, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Charlotte Swett Walter. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual and in person gatherings, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

On a recent birthday celebration, Charlotte was asked for words of wisdom that she had gained from her life experience.  Her response:  "Always vote!"She was often found summing everything up with "we are so lucky".  Here is her official obituary:Charlotte Dean Cecil Swett Walter died September 15, 2020, in Eugene, Oregon. She was born December 9, 1921, when the national women’s right to vote was new and four years before the zipper...  see more
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  • Christy Presler
    My mom and I met at Grandma Charlotte's house for my dress fitting before my wedding and I was worrying about people being engaged in dancing at our reception. I asked Grandma Charlotte to participate in dancing with Grandpa Fred at our reception because...  more
  • Anne Golden
    Aunt Charlie, as we called her, would always greet us with a cheerful and energetic spirit! As I have grown into somewhat of a family historian, I value the efforts she took across the years to keep the entire Swett clan in touch through letters,...  more
  • Valerie Nigh
    In 1985 Charlotte and Fred did a road trip with Mary Nigh (Frank's mom) to meet Valerie, Frank, and Sam in Montana. What fun we had! Sam and Elizabeth Walter were in backpacks, and Gary Walter led us on a fabulous "easy" hike. The moose was...  more
  • Katie Swett
    Out on the bike path bridge over the willamette
  • Laurel Swett
    "Please accept my very sincere condolences on the passing of your sweet Mother. She was so special to all of us at First UMC and especially those of us who worked with her on her many projects. I was delighted that she continued to call me every...  more