MONROE TOWNSHIP - CHARLOTTE PEARL (PATT) NEWMAN passed away peacefully on Monday, June 07, 2021. She was 73.
Born on October 30, 1947, in Brooklyn, NY, Charlotte lived in North Brunswick for 39 years before moving to Concordia in Monroe Township.
Before retiring, she was a New York City Elementary School Teacher and later an H/R Assistant for the NJ Sharing Network in New Providence.
She was predeceased by her parents, Abraham and Goldie Patt, and her brother, Charles Richard Patt.
In addition to being a weekend golf widow, she was an avid reader, loved going to Broadway where she was a member of the Roundabout Theater, a longtime supporter of WNET and a devoted follower of HGTV. Charlotte was a doting grandmother to her grandson, Ethan, as well as a loving aunt to her many nieces and nephews.
She will be greatly missed by her beloved husband of 50 years, Barry; her son Jordan and his wife, Nicole, of Robbinsville, NJ, and grandson, Ethan. She is also survived by her sister, Miriam Wallerstein of New York, NY.
Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at 11:45am, at MOUNT SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPELS, 454 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. Interment will follow in New Montefiore Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY. For directions or to leave a message of condolence, please visit our "Services" page.
Donations in Charlotte's memory can be made to The Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer www.lustgarten.org/donate/ or The NJ Sharing Network Foundation https://www.njsharingnetwork.org/our-foundation.
"Not only was Charlotte a relation through marriage, she was a great friend and we had loads of fun together and many memories. She was my confidant in matters of family which she understood better than most and I will really miss our adventures together. We had grown apart the past couple of years because of distance but as soon as I got on the phone with her it was as if no time had passed. Rest in peace my beautiful friend, I miss you greatly."
"I only met Charlotte one time, but Barry had told me of his deep love for her. He also told me how she had a positive impact his maturation. I wish I knew her better. My sincerest wishes of condolences to the entire Newman clan."
"Our children were in Kindergarten together, and I have loved her ever since. She had the sweetest laugh, she will be missed. "
"I am at a loss for words. I have known her practically my whole life. She was like a second sister to me growing up. She was always a best friend to my wife and was a great aunt to my kids. A truly blessed soul and a beautiful person both inside and out. The world was made a lot better because of her. She will be truly missed."