Serving as Pallbearers were Randy East, Ivan David, Rodney Ellis, Jon Wells, Gary Jenkins, and Jack Hauskin. Charlotte was born on May 22, 1935 in Lafayette, Tennessee to the late Oakley and Velma White Gammon. She was one of three siblings born this to union. Charlotte was married to the love of her life, Brandle Dyer, on January 25, 1969. They shared 40 years together, Brandle passed away on February 19, 2009. They both had children from previous marriages, a total of eight that they loved dearly. She was a beautician, having her own Beauty Shop for over 30 years. Charlotte’s personality fit her life style. She was a very caring and loving person always giving of herself. Charlotte enjoyed spending her time meeting and serving the public. She was always volunteering at the Hospital, Macon Helps, and anywhere else where Charlotte felt that she could assist. Charlotte was a life-long member of the Macon County Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign War Post # 7135 of Lafayette. She was a very dedicated and active member, which will be greatly missed by the ladies at the Auxiliary. Charlotte enjoyed going to the V.F.W. and helping out when they had different events. To pass time, she enjoyed working crossword puzzles and talking with her family and friends. She attended the Lafayette Church of God. Charlotte loved the time spent with her children and grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew and loved her. Charlotte is survived by; Sons, Monty Spencer, Tony Dyer, and Bruce (Tina) Dyer all of Lafayette, TN, Daughters, Monica Russell of Lafayette, TN, Markita Willis of Florida, Hilda Smotherman, and Maxine (Kevin) Schiefer all of Alabama, and Tracy (Ali) Hajialilu of Florida, Brother, Ferrell Gammon, and Sister-in-law, Thelma Gammon both of Lafayette, 17 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren, also survive.
Charlotte Dean Dyer, age 76 of Lafayette, passed away on Monday, October 24, at the Skyline Madison Campus with Alive Hospice. Funeral services for Ms. Charlotte Dean Dyer were conducted Thursday, October 27, at 1 p.m. from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Reverend Ron Bush officiating. Interment followed in the Maple Grove Cemetery.