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Charlotte Susan Howard May 13, 1934 - January 13, 2021

Charlotte Susan Howard

Charlotte Susan (Wagner) Howard went home to be with Jesus on January 13, 2021 at the age of 86 with her lipstick perfectly in place!  She died peacefully in her sleep after suffering from a stroke.  She was born and raised in Twin Falls Idaho and later moved to Caldwell where she graduated from College of Idaho. It was there she met and married Jerry Howard and then later moved to Boise where they had 5 children.  She was a supportive mother and homemaker for many years.

She is survived by her five children, Mike Howard (Oregon), Dee (Gary) Davis (Eagle, ID), Pam Roundy (Meridian, ID), Cyndi (Brian) Ashton, (Boise, ID), and Andrea (John Bronson) Hendricks (Meridian, ID) along with 14 grandchildren and the start of a gaggle of great grandchildren.

Charlotte was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend.  She had a strong faith and was an example of a Godly woman, putting her faith first in all she did including sharing with all her family and friends. She regularly attended her church Boise Valley Christian Communion (Discovery) and was a member of the Boise P.E.O. Chapter.  She participated in many groups and activities including The Whitney Women’s Corral, several knitting groups, Game Night with the Girls and multiple Bible Studies.

The family would like to extend their deepest appreciation to the staff at Brookdale Senior Living/Parkcenter (Kobe) for their love and support to Mom during this past crazy year when we could not be with her.  She adored and loved you all.

Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.

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    Brian says

    My second mother. Always wanting to talk about all my topics. Always wanting to get the “scoop” about family, grandkids, everyone. Great woman, great family. We will meet again, and I will have so much to tell you!
    Hang in there girls, you are all wonderful daughters.

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