Sharlotte Taylor made her transition to the heavens in the sunny spring afternoon hours on May 28th 2020 with her children and the love of her life right by her side.
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Sharlotte leaves behind 8 maternal children and 2 step children, Mike and Donna Hardtke, Cliff and Tammy Hardtke, Cindy and her late husband Bob Skavland and current husband Bob Burt, Darrell and Kristy Hardtke, John and Sheri Hardtke, Jim and Yolanda Fletcher, Melody and Tammy Fletcher, Tammy Fletcher and partner Amanda Trevizo, Debbie Taylor and late son Jerry Taylor, and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren she was also very fond of.
Sharlotte had a vivacious spirit and was always on an adventure with her husband Robert Taylor driving across country side or flipping or restoring vehicles, new home projects or just blasting her favorite music to clean the house. Sharlotte rarely sat still. Sharlotte had such a slapstick sense of humor, her laugh was contagious and always filled hearts with joy.
Some of Sharlotte’s favorite things to do were hunting with her husband and sons, two step dancing and jitterbugging with her husband, sons and daughter Cindy, as well as singing and sometimes side by side with her son Mike.
Sharlotte was a friend, a mother, a sister, a grandma, and a wife. She is preceded in death by her siblings Dorothy Finchem and Betty Odonnell and is survived by Diane and Mike Eagen and her only brother, Leroy Schleining. Sharlotte also enjoyed raising and breeding schnauzer pups for a short time with her husband and leaves behind her kitty Muffin and sweet dog Mandy.
Sharlotte will be so missed by everyone who was in her presence. Until we meet again momma just know it brings our hearts peace to know you are in heaven and can see, hear, and talk again. Thank you for always being such a great momma. Your work on earth is done and I'm sure heaven is happy to have you. You will be forever missed and always treasured.
The family would like to give a special thanks to Riverstone Hospice for all the wonderful nurses during this short-term care and for her special caregiver who had such a super bond with her, Amanda Trevizo.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Sharlotte's name may be sent to Riverstone Hospice. May you always know how deeply loved you are. Blessed be!