Loretta M. Charpentier, 92


L oretta M. Charpentier, 92,  of Williams Street , passed away on Thursday, April  28, 2011 at her residence, following a short illness.

 Born on February 15, 1919 in Whitehall , she was the daughter of the late Edward W. Sr. and Stella ( Beaupre) Chase.

  She was employed for forty-four years at Chase’s Market in Whitehall .   She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, cooking and watching championship wrestling on television.

 Besides her parents, she is predeceased by her sister, Dorothy McGinnis and three brothers, Robert Chase, Donald Chase and Edward Chase, Jr.

She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Robert Charpentier, of Whitehall ; her two sons, Gary R. Charpentier and his wife, Jacqueline of Whitehall and Keith R. (Skip) Charpentier of Whitehall; one daughter, Sandra Townsend of Lower Hampton; five grandchildren, Jeromie Charpentier, Valarie Charpentier, Justin Charpentier, Robert Townsend and Barbara Tracy; five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

There will be no calling hours.  Funeral services will be private.

 In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may take the form of a donation in Loretta’s name to the Washington County Hospice, 415 Lower Main Street , Hudson Falls , NY 12839

 Arrangements are under the direction of the Jillson Funeral Home, Inc., 46 Williams Street , Whitehall , New York 12887 .

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