Welcome to the Charlotte Louise Hiatt Memorial Web Site

Charlotte Hiatt's memorial church service will be held at the Littleton United Methodist Church on June 22, 2016 at 1:00 P.M. Charlotte will be interred at Ft. Logan National Cemetery in Littleton next to her husband Dallas.

Charlotte passed away peacefully in her sleep on April 20, 2016. She was 88 years old. Charlotte is survived by six children: Linda Hiatt, Judith Hiatt, Jon Stevenson, Barry Hiatt, Kevin Stevenson, and Mary Hiatt Dow. She also leaves behind her grandchildren: Joshua(Jenny), Christine(Michael) , Jaymes(Amy), Stefan(Katy), Jessica(Steve), Heather Hiatt, Amanda Hiatt Burkhart, Mark Rabens and Wesley Rabens. Her great-grandchildren number nine. She is lovingly remembered by her daughters-in-law: Trisha Hiatt and Jen Stevenson and by her sons-in-law: Steve Dow, Cliff Daly, and Lewis Rubenstein.

Charlotte is preceded in death by her parents, her first husband Robert Stevenson, her son David, and her two grandchildren, Elizabeth and Scotty Stevenson.

Charlotte was born in Missouri and lived much of her childhood in Tennesse.

Charlotte met and married Dallas Hiatt in 1962. Their combined family numbered seven children. They lived with this large family in Littleton, Evergreen, and Parker, Colorado. After her husband Dallas's retirement from his optometry practice, they traveled extensively. Charlotte was a life-long learner whose passion was quilting, embroidery, rug hooking and any needle work. She enjoyed teaching others her skills, and her friends and family remember her always with needle in hand. Many of Charlotte's quilts and rugs will be on display at her memorial service. Charlotte was also an avid collector of cookbooks, antiques, and all holiday decorations; she enjoyed creating holiday memories for her family and friends.


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