In Memory of

Charlotte

M.

Prosser

(Stafford)

Obituary for Charlotte M. Prosser (Stafford)

SCHAGHTICOKE - Charlotte Mary Prosser , of Schaghticoke, passed away peacefully on March 4, 2023, after a brief illness.
Born in Troy, NY she was the daughter of the late Wesley and Charlotte Stafford.
Charlotte grew up in Watervliet, NY and was a 1962 graduate of Watervliet High School. Married in 1966, she became a proud wife, home maker and mom. Her entire world was her daughters. Eventually raising them on her own she joined Marine Midland Bank in the 80’s and enjoyed a fulfilling career before retiring in late 90’s due to health issues. During her retirement, she enjoyed vacations to Cape Cod, Orlando, and a Caribbean Cruise. She enjoyed playing cards, doing puzzles, was an avid reader and a professional TV watcher. She was the happiest spending time with her family, celebrating birthdays, holidays, graduations, and weekly family dinners. Charlotte was a quiet person, not much of a conversationalist, but her sense of humor, honesty, strength, determination, strong will and witty comments have provided us with a lifetime of memories.
Charlotte was especially close with the French family and considered Haley (Frank Julian) French and Hayden (Payton Rosen) French her beloved grandchildren, they grew up with Grammy and loved her dearly. She will missed by them very much.
Charlotte is survived by her beloved daughters Karen (Mike Blowers) Prosser and Christine (Scott Fyvie) Blowers.
She also leaves behind her cherished grandsons Jason (Hollie Burton) Blowers and Dylan (Leala LaMountain) Blowers. Survived by 2 siblings, brother Harry Stafford of Texas and sister Marjorie Laurin of Waterford, NY and several other nieces and nephews. Predeceased by brother Clayton Stafford of Texas.
After a private burial, family and friends are invited to join the family for a celebration of life on Saturday April 8th from 1:00 - 3:00 pm at the Ugly Rooster Restaurant 312 N 3rd Ave Mechanicville, NY 12118.
Her daughter would like to thank all the current and past staff at Diamond Hill/Collar City for the kindness and care given to Charlotte. She was happy living there, had several guardian angels for roommates and it was comforting to know how well she was being looked after.
In lieu of flowers, pay it forward with an act of kindness, volunteer your time with local charities, make time to visit your loved ones, and remember to stop and smell the roses.