In Memory

Charlotte Smith** (St John) - Class Of 1963

Charlotte Smith** (St John)

Charlotte K. Smith (St. John)
1945 - 2003


Charlotte Kay Smith (St. John) passed away Thursday, Dec. 4, 2003, in Panama City, Fla. She was born Jan. 14, 1945, in Panama City to Manly and Jewel Smith (deceased). She also was preceded in death by a sister, Sandra Smith.

Charlotte and her family lived in West Area at Yokota and left prior to her graduating in 1963.

Charlotte was a loving and always giving person, serving God and bearing witness to everyone she met. She truly will be missed by the many lives she touched.

Charlotte is survived:

  • William Earl St. John of Milledgeville, Ga. (husband)
  • Three children and their spouses and nine grandchildren
    • William Callen St. John, son
    • Leah St. John
      • Jesse St. John,
      • Steven St. John
      • Michael St. John
      • Justin St. John of Grand Junction, Colo
    • Newell Renee Jordan, daughter
    • Richard Jordan, son-in-law
      • Zachary Jordan,
      • Caleigh Jordan,
      • Camryn Jordan,
      • Cydny Jordan of Milledgeville, Ga.;
    • James Manly St. John, son
    • Marjorie St. John, daughter-in-law
      • Matthew St. John of Dixon, Mo.
  • Charlotte also is survived by three sisters and their husbands:
  • Lynda and Clarence Hand of Panama City, Fla.,
  • Gayle and Steve Riding of Richfield, Utah,
  • Kathy and Tom Palmer of Panama City, Fla.;
  • Kenny and Leslie Smith of Bonaire, Ga., her brother and sister-in-law

Charlotte had numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends spread across the United States.

Graveside services were be held in Clarksville, Fla., at the Herndon Family Cemetery on Monday, Dec. 8, 2003, with her son, James St. John, officiating.

If you would like to donate in Charlotte memory, please make donations to the Herndon Cemetery Fund, c/o Doris Mayo, P.O. Box 66, Clarksville, FL 32430. Wilson Funeral Home Family Owned Since 1911 Panama City, Fla. 785-5272 214 Airport Road

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The Johnson High alumni will miss Charlotte very much.