Charlotte S. Johnson, a former Henryetta resident, died Sept. 2, 2020 in Norman. She was born to Phillip F. and Culera L. Evington Jr. June 22, 1948 in Henryetta where she was raised and educated. In high school, Charlotte was a member of the Henryetta Fighting Hens Marching Band where she played the clarinet. The band was invited to march in the Cotton Bowl Day Parade in 1964, on New Year’s Day. Charlotte resided in Norman where she was a member of the Alameda Church of Christ. Charlotte received her Associates of Science in Accounting from Kiamichi Technology Center in Durant. She was a professional laundry attendant, a professional back rubber, and for the last 20 years she was an accountant for The Department of Corrections of Oklahoma.
Charlotte is survived by her brother, Phillip “Bud” Evington, and wife Deloise Evington and their children Kevin Evington and Tammy Evington; great nephew, Ethan Evington; daughter Hilary Haworth and her children, Nakoma Haworth, Montrell Ellison, Chase Haworth, Quincy Davis, Jordan Shannon, Morgan Davis, and Whitney Tennison; son Eric Byrom and wife Ashley Byrom and their children Cheyanne Byrom, Paisley Byrom, and Wyatt Byrom; 16 great-grandchildren: Calious, Rashad, Quintravion, C’nadra, Samir, Jordan Jr., Louis, Kaylin, Jeremy, Amaya, Amari, Cataleya, Zanette, Zaylin, Kevari, and Kayn who adored their Gigi.
A celebration of life was held Sept. 9, 2020 at Norman.