Charlotte A. Moyer age 78 of Lincoln passed away December 18, 2017.  She was born October 10, 1939 in Lincoln to Therold and Louise (Slaughter) Heiselman.  Charlotte retired from Integrated Resources after working 13 years as operations manager.  She is a member of the Lincoln Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Early Ford V8 club and the Nifty Fifty Ford club.

Survivors include her husband, Raymond of Lincoln. Son, James Hicks of Lincoln; daughters, Teena Newsome of South Carolina, Dianne Raymond and Dawn Wilson both of St. Joseph, Missouri.  Threasa and Jim Yonker, Lorena and Terry Linscott all of Lincoln.  Son, Raymond Moyer of Lincoln. Sister, Lynda and John Cannon of Kentucky.   10 Grandchildren, many great grandchildren.  Sister-in-law, Nyla Moyer of Lincoln.  Brothers and sister-in-law, Richard Moyer of Washington State, Neal and Carol Moyer of Oregon.  Preceded in death by her parents, brother, Charles Heiselman and sister, Peggy Briggs.

Services will be at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, December 22, 2017 at Wyuka Funeral Home.

Visitation will be from 10:00 A.M. until service time on Friday, December 22nd at Wyuka Funeral Home.

Interment will be at Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery.

Memorials to the family for a later designation.

10 Responses to Charlotte A. Moyer

  1. Connie & Jimmy Gibson says:

    She was the kindest, fun, hard worker, loving person you could ever know. We all will miss her very much. Love you Charlotte and love your family.
    Connie and Jimmy

  2. Paulette mayfield says:

    Charlotte was the best friend that everyone loved, she will be deeply missed.Love you Charlotte and Ray and family. Paulette and Barry

  3. Sheila & Dave Taylor says:

    It was always a pleasure to see Charlotte and Ray in Hallam. She was a wonderful person. Peace to you all.

  4. Virginia Schuerman says:

    We are so very sorry to hear of Charlotte’s passing. Our sympathy to you, Ray, and to the family. She was a great lady–always helping someone. We were looking forward to seeing both of you in Texas soon. We’ll keep you in our prayers. Love, Ron and Virginia

  5. Kim Daniel says:

    Charlotte and her husband Ray worked for me.(I should say volunteered)The Moyer’s and Roger and Linda Anderson helped clean the west stadium club area and suites at Memorial Stadium for several years. She was the sweetest, kindest lady and I must say worked harder then any of the paid employees! I am so saddened that I did not stay in touch. Ray I think of you guys all the time!!

  6. Nyla Moyer says:

    Charlotte married my brother 28 years ago. She was the love of his life. They enjoyed doing everything together. Loved vacationing and family reunions. My husband and I took dance lessons with them, then we used what we learned weekly. She was a caregiver to so many and she will be missed by all that knew her. Rest in Peace sweet Charlotte.

  7. Evelyn Densberger says:

    Charlotte was so nice and helpful. Condolences to Ray and family. It was so nice to know you both with Nifty Fifty car club. Prayers for you

  8. Larry and Kathy Likens says:

    We will miss Charlotte at our Birthday Coffees. She was such a nice person and fun to be around.
    Prayers for you and family. Love, Larry and Kathy Likens

  9. Gail Pratt says:

    I meet Charlotte when I joined Lincoln Women’s Chamber of Commerce. She was always friendly and took time to introduce me to the other members and assist me in learning about the chamber. She was always ready to help with the Chamber’s Community activities. She was a patient,pleasant person and I am sure she will missed.

  10. Jack Kile says:

    Dear Ray and Family –

    We were so sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Charlotte (of course, Bonnie to me). We never met a person more giving than her/always thinking of others. We will always cherish our time on South Padre Island with you and Charlotte.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Love, Carol and Jack Kile

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