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In Memory Of Our Poets

Charlotte Lynn Talley (Sloane) (1951-1978) - Class Of 1969

Mrs. Charlotte Lynn Talley Sloane, a lifetime resident of Montgomery and of 57I Capitol Parkway Court, died suddenly, July 9, 1978, in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Funeral services were held from White Chapel, Tuesday, July 11, 1978, at 10 a.m. with Reverend Glenn Courtney and Reverend Jonn Lindsey officiating. Burial in Memorial Cemetery. 

Survivors include the husband, Paul Steven Sloane, Montgomery; a daughter, Keri Lynn Sloane. Montgomery: Father and Mother, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Talley, Montgomery.

Pallbearers were Bobby Sloane, Bill Sloane, Bruce Lyle, Jerry Dixon, Tommy Blankenship, and Randy Willis.

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03/05/10 03:00 PM #1    

Arthur Bruce Brewer (1951-2021) (1970)

Charlotte was a wonderful majorette in the marching band.

As I recall, she was attending a dance teacher conference and died when a handgun, which was in her purse and under the table, was accidentally kicked. The gun fell over and discharged.

I remember Charlotte as a champion twirler and still have an image of her surrounded by trophies and metals galore from the multitude of competitions she won over the years.

04/28/10 04:49 PM #2    

Frank Vickery (1951-2018) (1969)

Frankie Vickery

Charlotte and I dated off and on for two years in High School. She and I went to the senior prom. I was drafted and I joined the Army and found out from a friend when I was stationed in Berlin that she had died from an accidental gunshot wound while attending a gathering in Atlanta. I was so saddened and unable to attend the funeral. If anyone knows any of the details I would love to pay my respects. I don't even know where shes buried.


01/03/12 02:28 PM #3    

John Houseal (Guest Member)

I knew Charlotte as a dance instructor and a dance partner at Loree Atkin's School of Dance in the late sixties and early seventies.  I remember her as a dear friend, a sweet and happy person full of energy, and a consummate twirler and dancer.  She always had a 1000 watt smile for any and everyone.  I am sad that she has passed on.  My condolences to all who knew her and especially for her family.  God Bless Charlotte.

04/16/12 07:00 AM #4    

Susan E. Beckley (Helt) (1968)

i miss you sweet friend.  you had a tough life.  love you sweet charlotte.

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