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Charlotte “Cheri” Hagedorn

Charlotte “Cheri” Hagedorn

Charlotte (Cheri) Hagedorn (Ne; Johnson) was born on January 19th, 1947 to William and Eileen Johnson of North Dakota. The family moved to the Seattle area in 1951.   Cheri passed comfortably at Saint Alphonses Hospital on the 4th of April, 2016. Married and survived by her husband of 49 years, William (Bill) Hagedorn. They lived in mostly Thomas area between Kent and Auburn throughout their lives, more recently in the Boise area of Idaho to be close to their youngest grandchildren. Cheri went to school in the Seattle school district prior to the birth of her daughter. She had on elder brother; Henry (Skip) Johnson with his wife Cheryl of Kent, Washington.

Cheri had 3 children, Daughter, Catharine and her husband Edward Rychlowski from Renton. Sons, John and his wife Lindy, of Boise, ID and Bill and his wife Sheila living in Covington, Washington.

They had 5 wonderful grandchildren, Cody, Jaxon, and Merrick Hagedorn of Covington, and Sidney and Zack Hagedorn of Boise. Her grandchildren were a joy and highlight of her later years of life.

Cheri was keen on the many family outdoor activities as well as her gardening and crafts. She was well known to many for her expertise and skill in crochet. Her blankets and baby items, provided to family members and friends, are prized possessions.

Surviving a major brain aneurism in 1994, with some permanent handicaps, she continued to provide for her family, participate in outings, road trips, and of course, her love of crafts for many years.

Cheri’s love of animals was at the forefront of her life. Her love of Chihuahuas was prominent in her life, especially her one and only Precious.   More recently, Bill and Cheri had adopted Jacky, a Russell Terrier and Chi-chi a Chihuahua.

She is missed daily and loved always by those whose lives she touched.

1 Comment

  • Sandra Collins Posted July 29, 2016 4:28 am

    Cheri was a second mother to me growing up–in fact I learned a lot from her that I didn’t get from my own mother. I’ve already said some things on Bill’s page, so I’ll just say she was special to me and a big part of making me the adult I am.

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