Wiscasset – Charlotte Wallace, died suddenly on March 5, 2019, at age 27. Born in Bath Maine, Dec. 27, 1991, she was the daughter of Stephen and Deborah Wallace, whom she had a close and loving relationship with. She, being the youngest of the family & a pastor’s daughter, is survived by her maternal Grandmother, Barbara Dias; a sister, Rebekah Wallace; brothers, Stephen & Aaron Wallace, Dean Gold, Clinton Gold and his wife Kacy and nieces Acacia and Elincia Gold plus a number of cousins, aunts and uncles.  

Charlotte attended Richmond and Wiscasset schools, Pine Tree Academy in Freeport, and graduated from Morse High School in Bath Maine.  

Charlotte enjoyed family gatherings during holidays, especially Christmas, and loved gift giving, decorating the house, tree trimming, when singing with her beautiful voice, favorite Christmas carols & music. She loved indulging in gourmet & homemade foods ANY time of the year! She loved, photography traveling abroad to the U.K., Canada, Puerto Rico, and other parts of the U.S. She loved the ocean, the beach, boating, kayaking, outdoor seasonal sports, and LOVED her pet cat, China, golden retrievers, Dylan, and Carly.  

Charlotte was known for her witty sense of humor, and her beauty. She was very proud of her Portuguese, Greek, Italian heritage, being born and raised in New England and of course being a Pat’s/ Red Socks/Celtics & Bruins fan.  

Charlotte was an excellent worker and could achieve at almost any vocation she endeavored in. She was employed by the Hampton Inn in Freeport as a guest services coordinator and several area restaurants. She will be mourned for and greatly missed by her close friends Whitney, Sharrod, and many more friends & family who loved her. 

A memorial service & celebration of life, will be held at the American Legion Hall, 25 Industrial Park Road, Boothbay , Maine, on March 9th , 2019 at 1:pm. 

Donations may be sent to Stephen & Deborah Wallace, 18 Brown Road Wiscasset, toward funeral expenses. 

To share your thoughts and condolences with the family, please visit www.desmondfuneralhomes.com