Obituary of Charlotte M. Shouey
Mrs. Charlotte Mae (Worden-Smith) Shouey of Titusville passed away on Friday, May 15, 2020 at UPMC Hamot in Erie from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She was born on July 6, 1931, in Chapmanville to the late Leslie and Florence (McFadden) Worden. Charlotte was a graduate of Titusville High School, class of 1949. She married Lawrence “Smitty” Smith on April 15, 1950, and he preceded her in death on August 12, 1980. She later married John “Jack” Shouey on May 30, 1986 and he passed away on June 12, 2008. Charlotte was employed by W.T. Grant Co. for a number of years, and later by Welcome Wagon. She spent most of her life as a homemaker. She was an active volunteer in various organizations, a member of the First United Methodist Church of Titusville and Titusville Women’s Club. She enjoyed spending time with her family, crocheting, playing cards, walking, reading and riding snowmobiles in the past. Charlotte is survived by daughter, Susan Lake and husband Rodney of Titusville; a son, Richard “Rick” Smith and wife Terry of Titusville; a daughter, Kristen Patrick of Las Vegas, NV; step-children, Tonya Knopf of Erie, Timothy Shouey and wife Jennifer of Exeter, NH, John Shouey and wife Mary of Carlisle, Lisa Hughes and husband James of Waterford, Daniel Shouey of CA; 5 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, 20 step-grandchildren, numerous step-great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son, Larry Smith; sisters, Betty DeForce, June Wakefield, Barbara Matthews, Eileen Anderson, Shirley Ludwick; grandson, Ben Lake and step-grandson, Darren Stahlman. A celebration of Charlotte’s life will occur during the summer when COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted. Family and friends will be able to attend a memorial service at the First United Methodist Church. A date and time will be placed in the Titusville Herald and the Gordon B. Garrett Funeral Home web-site. If you would like to leave a condolence for the family go to garrettfuneralhomeinc.com. The family asks that memorial contributions for Charlotte be made by giving BIG HUGS to loved ones.