Charlotte "Chickie" Weiss
Date of Death: November 28th, 2020
12 in Kislev 5781
ObituaryCharlotte “Chickie” Weiss, nee Ludgin, 98, beloved wife of the late Herbert; loving mother of Richard L. (Susan) Weiss, Steven M. Weiss and Barry P. Weiss; cherished Grandma Chickie of Amy L. Johnson, Randy J. (Nicole) Weiss, Holly Weiss, Ronald Weiss and the late Renee Weiss; adored great grandma of Sarina A. Johnson, Michael H. Johnson, Dylan Friedman Weiss and Charlie Friedman Weiss; devoted daughter of the late Anna and Max Ludgin; dear sister of Florence “Flossie” (the late Melvin) Berland, the late Estelle (the late Morton) Kaplan and the late Matthew "Sonny" Ludgin; treasured aunt, cousin and friend of many.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hadassah Chicago-North Shore (www.hadassah.org/regions/chicago-north-shore). Due to the pandemic, services are private.
Service InformationService : Monday, November 30th at 11:00 am
Service Location: Private Graveside Service -Shalom Memorial Park
Shalom Memorial Park
1700 W. Rand RoadArlington Heights
Guest Book & Memories
December 2nd, 2020
My aunt Chickie (Charlotte) was an amazing lady, I always enjoyed spending time with her, and I found her to be so wise and so very kind. I admired her love and devotion to her family, the way she always sent cards and gifts to ALL of her very many grandchildren, and nieces and nephews and that included many generations going forward, along with her devotion to her three sons. She was a marvelous hostess, I recall her parties in her home when she was young, her marvelous home cooked food, her welcoming smile. She even entertained in her golden years! She would drive her friends to places, she had friends from childhood! She was a kind sister to my mother, "Doodie", Estelle, as a child I would go with my parents to visit Chick and Uncle Herbie (who she was devoted to)on Sundays. Doodie loved visiting her sister. I admired that Chick was a hard worker, working full time until her retirement. She kept a spotless house, but also a beautiful one with many paintings and plants everywhere. She was devoted to be Jewish, she was a proud member of Hadassah, active in the group with leadership, and enjoyed a visit to Israel. She would always smile at children, she loved children. She was a bright star to everyone who knew her!
~niece, Skokie, IL
Yahrzeit Dates For Charlotte "Chickie" Weiss
Tradition directs us in the evening before the Yahrzeit dates listed below, the anniversary of our loved one's day of death, we are to kindle a candle in our homes as a reminder of their place in our hearts.
|12th of Kislev 5782||11/16/2021|
|12th of Kislev 5783||12/6/2022|
|12th of Kislev 5784||11/25/2023|
|12th of Kislev 5785||12/13/2024|