Charlene Gail Pietsek

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Obituary

Charlene Gail Weaver Pietsek passed away suddenly but peacefully of a brain aneurism at her home in Lubbock on Sunday, March 3, 2019. A time of fellowship and remembrance is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 8, 2019 at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 67 years at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at South Park Baptist Church, 2201 82nd Street, Lubbock.

Charlene was born in Hereford Texas on February 12, 1952 to Jack and Dorothy Weaver. She attended Walcott Grade School, Stanton Junior High, and Hereford High School, graduating in 1970. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from West Texas State University (now WTAMU) in 1976 and later earned a master’s Degree from WT. She was a cheerleader and played basketball at Walcott, was a member of the Pep Squad at HHS, and was active in Kappa Delta sorority and the Baptist Student Union at WTSU. For many years she played piano at Bippus Community Church in Deaf Smith County. She loved to travel. Charlene enjoyed handicrafts and was skilled at sewing, weaving, and making stained glass, sharing her creations with friends and relatives.

She was preceded in death by a sister, Janell, in 2006. She is survived by a sister, Mary Ruth Baird of Dimmitt, a brother, Joe Don Weaver and his wife Linda of San Angelo, son Seth Pietsek and Jessica of Abilene, and son Caleb Pietsek and Maggie of Odessa, plus six grandchildren.

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16 thoughts on “Charlene Gail Pietsek”

  1. My heart is with your family. Charlene was one of three house mates when I first moved off campus during college. She was such a good friend and I could tell she was loved by all. I’ve seen her less than a handful of times in these past 45 years, but it was like we had never been apart. She will be missed!

  2. Nancy Graves George

    Charlene was such a sweet friend and had a great personality. Always had fun when I was around her. I will miss being seeing her and seeing her sweet smile. RIP sweet friend.

  3. You will be missed my friend. It was a pleasure to know and work with you. I loved talking with you, or I guess gossiping was more like it. Rest In Peace my friend. Prayers for your family.

  4. Cecilia Gamez Garza

    I went to school with Charlene. She was so sweet and always had a ready smile and kind word for everyone. My condolences to her family. God Bless you all.

  5. I loved you friend. We always had great laughs when we were together. I will miss that laugh, but I will see you again my friend. I will be coming through those gates of Heaven also. Meet me when I get there and we shall laugh some more.

  6. Gay Wyly Henderson

    Charlene and her siblings were very sweet friends to me when I attended Walcott School. We moved from there when I was in the 6 th grade, but they still stand out in my fondest memories of that time.

  7. Janene Suttle Pearson

    I enjoyed so many good times and so many laughs with Charlene! I am so sad…

  8. Love you Charlene to heaven and back! Prayer for the family!

    Sandy and Robert Atkins

  9. Teresa and Mickey Lehman

    To the family of Charlene–So sorry to hear the passing of your “Mother”, “Sister”, “Friend”, and anyone who knew Charlene. She was a loving person who cared about everyone! She will be terribly missed by all. Rest In peace my “beautiful” friend. Prayers for your family.

    Love and Hugs!

  10. Karen Petersen

    I worked with Charlene in Roswell, NM. She was a joy to work with and will truly be missed. My condolences to her family.

  11. Charlene, RIP my sweet friend!
    To the family, you are in my thoughts and prayers!

    Jane and Earl Brown

  12. Cindy Kenney Corrigan

    Vicki and I were looking at Kappa Delta picture albums last night and remembering “The Good Old Days” and all of the fun we had together.
    I have a lot of pictures and memories of you and the great times we have had over the years.
    I am sure going to miss you until I see you again my friend.
    And I am praying for all of your loved ones.
    Cindy Kenney Corrigan

  13. Sandra Cascarelli

    Blessed are those who knew Charlene. Rest in Peace, My Freind. My prayers for her immediate Family and her extended family.
    Sandra Cascarelli
    Concho, Az.

  14. I knew Charlene through my long time friend Mary Ruth. The thing that I remember the most about her is how she always made me smile and laugh. She always had something comical to say about something! What a way to be remembered… My thoughts and prayers are with Charlene’s family members and especially Mary Ruth. My heart goes out to each of you…

  15. Deb Kalkman. We had such great times together. None better than going to Clovis’ cannon SFB where I met my future husband. Will never forget you .Deb

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