Charlotte Kincannon

Born on November 15, 1929 in Lincoln, Illinois
Departed on May 20, 2021, in Melbourne, Florida

Charlotte Kincannon, 91, passed away peacefully in her home on May 20, 2021, with all her children near.

Charlotte was born in Lincoln, Illinois on November 15, 1929. She moved from Bloomington, Illinois to Melbourne, Florida in 1947.

She was a long time member of First United Methodist Church in Melbourne, where she greatly enjoyed fellowship with her Pairs and Spares Sunday school class.
Charlotte first and foremost loved spending time with her family, and was truly their rock and center, keeping them all connected. She never missed remembering a birthday, and was always there for every family event, big or small.

In her spare time, she loved watching sports on tv, especially tennis and golf, as well as staying current with community and world events. She was an avid reader, especially loving mystery thrillers. She was a wonderful conversationalist, and spent much time talking and staying current with the lives of her family, friends, and neighbors.

She was preceded in death by Donald L. Stevens, Roy L. Kincannon, sons Mark Kincannon and Bill Kincannon, and her parents Marguerite and Roscoe Hudspeth. Charlotte is survived by her children, Cathy Barber, Darrell Stevens, Elaine Hatcher, Charles Kincannon, Linda Dawson, and Katrine Crow, her sister Marlene Miller, brother Jack Hudspeth, 15 grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren. Her presence will be greatly missed by all her family, but they are comforted knowing she has joined her Lord Jesus Christ in heaven.
Memorial service was held at First Church on May 22, with burial at Melbourne Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 733 Third Avenue, New York, NY. 10017-3288 c/o Research Program.

Guestbook Entry

Fields marked with * are required.
5 entries.
Rebecca Hefter from Dobbs Ferry wrote on August 5, 2021:
Charlotte was a blessing to everyone who knew her and especially her family members. My Mother, her cousin, loved her very and so did I.
Sue Gresham from PEACHTREE City, GA 30269 wrote on June 1, 2021:
She will be missed!
Terry and Kathy Mulford from Infialantic wrote on May 26, 2021:
Hi -our lives have been enriched by Charlotte and her family —thank you
Lynn Bennett from melbourne florida wrote on May 26, 2021:
Dear family and friends, Ms Charlotte was a long time patron of Melbourne Library where I work, and we will miss seeing her. Our condolences to the family. from staff members Ivy, Lynn, Cinitia, Tom and others.
Marion Bistarkey from Melbourne wrote on May 25, 2021:
Marion Bistarkey

Print Friendly, PDF & Email