of Little Rock, AR
April 4, 1954 - July 1, 2021
Charolette Marie Abrams, 67, of Little Rock, went to be with the Lord July 1, 2021. She was born on April 4, 1954, to H. Calvin Whitmore and Barbara M. Mugglin. Charolette was a dedicated and compassionate wife, mother and friend who took great joy in exploring and encouraging the unique talents of her grandchildren. She was an Alumnus of Jefferson Community College, Oswego State University and received her Master's degree in Linguistics from Syracuse University in Upstate New York. Charolette retired from Jefferson County Social Services, Watertown, NY, where she worked as a Case Worker until 2013. Her greatest desire was to see that the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ was shared. She loved to spend her time reading, tending flowers and vegetables in the garden, and spending quality time with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents and her son Robert Phillip. Charolette is survived by her husband, Robert; her children, Jay (Laura) Higgins and Joy (Geremy) Cope; beloved Grandchildren Amanda, Alyssa, Abbigail, Julia, Grant, Allison, and Owen; and her siblings Daniel (Roxanne) Whitmore, Joanne (Bob) Sonricker; Jane (Lyle) Roach; Thomas (Susan) Whitmore; Mary (Steve) Dumas; Grant Whitmore; Linda (Frederic) Damon and many nieces and nephews. In Lieu of flowers, BMA Missions Department, PO Box 878, Conway AR, 72033 in memory of Charolette Abrams Private graveside service will be at Ida Mission Cemetery. A Memorial Service to follow at Park Place Baptist Church, 22208 I30 Frontage Road, Bryant, Arkansas on Saturday, July 17, 2021, at 11:00A.M. with Pastor Gary Lambright officiating.Please share your memories of Charolette at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/chenal.
Gosh I was so blessed to have Charolette as a friend and still as my sister! I know I will see her later! I am sad that sheâ€™s not here and I will miss her. I remember great talks at her house and in the garden. I loved getting to know her.
I had no idea! Praying for the family of this precious Woman of God!!
Bob and family... We have been away at funerals for two family members who passed in a house fire and visiting other relatives before coming home. Just heard a few minutes ago about Charolette. Our prayers are with you all as you go through the grieving process. Know that we love you! Dave and Meg
Love and peace to the Abramsâ€™ family and friends. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. So happy to know her.
My prayers are with you and your family during this tough time. To be absent from the body, is to be present with the lord!
Charlotte, you were able to make the worst to the best and the hardest, easier. You had the gift of gab and that was delightful when we had free time! May you see the face of God and know that life on earth was only half of the story! To your family we pray that there are only good memories and live on forever!!
Charlotte was a Joy to be around, always up beat even when she was so sick . Enjoyed visiting with her on several occasions, she was an avid study of the Bible, and Praised the Lord . I will miss you Charlotte.ðŸ˜‡You earned you halo and wings. Linda Mathis
Keep good thoughts and fond memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Charolette was an amazing lady!! She always had a smile and an encouraging word no matter what was going on in her life! I am a better person for having known her! God speed Charolette!!
Good-bye Charlotte, rest in peace with our LORD. You fought the good fight with great courage. My prayers are with Bob and the whole family.
I was the greeter the first time Charlotte and Bob came to Park Place. She had on a beautiful floral dress and a beautiful hatâ€¦typical Charlotte style! Garner and I were involved with them in our Bible Study group and I always liked to sit by one of them because they had such great insights. Charlotte fought the good fight and ran the race leaving a legacy we should all look up to. She will be missed but she is now healed and praising our Lord. Much love to Bob and the family. Garner and Sheliah Garner
Joy and family, my heart is with you all during this difficult time. I pray a double portion of Gods peace, strength, and joy now and in the days ahead.
So glad we got to spend time in Bible study groups with Bob and Charolette and getting to know them. Our love and prayers are with each of you by we know sheâ€™s with her Savior and no more pain. Marlena and Rick Smart
This woman was a perfect example of what it means to follow Jesus. Forever grateful for her being like a second mother to me and producing one of my favorite people in the world, her daughter Joy.
We send our condolences and prayers to the family for their loss. Charolette was born when I was just 7 years old and I spent my summers playing with her and she was such a joy to me...more like a sister instead of a niece. I prayed for her all through her battle with cancer and her strength amazed me. I'm grateful that she no longer has to fight that battle and it seems to me it ended on a good note, but she will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, dear Charolette. We love you and know you are flying with the angels.
Dear Joy and family, My most sincere thoughts and prayers for all during this difficult time.
Charlotte was a brave and amazing woman. We feel blessed to have known her..
I remember an awesome day of shopping with her; when she was staying with grandma right after Grandpa passed. It was such a fun day!