Charlotte Ware

Charlotte Ware, Scranton, formerly of Dunmore, passed away Sunday morning in the Regional Hospital of Scranton with her family by her side.

Born 1944 in Dunmore, she was the daughter of Stanley and Pauline (Juba) Russin and was educated in Dunmore Schools.  She attended beautician school. She had been employed as a bus driver.

Charlotte was a kind, caring and helpful person and volunteered to help others in need at Mercy Hospice and the Area Agency on Aging.  She loved country music, especially Loretta Lynn, traveling to Nashville and Johnstown, PA where she had many friends.  Most of all Charlotte loved her children and grandchildren with all of her heart and had a very special relationship with her granddaughter Stephanie.

Surviving are daughter MaryJo Engleman and husband Michael of Pittston; son Arthur Ware and wife Sarah of Jefferson Township; beloved grandchildren Stephanie Burns and husband Jeff of Larksville Mountain, Danielle Sumski and husband EJ of Taylor and Brady Ware of Jefferson Township; great grandson Eli Burns.

As per Charlotte’s wishes services and interment were private and at the convenience of the family.

Memorial contributions may be to the Rescue Warriors Cat Rescue 539 Luzerne Street West Pittston, PA 18463  


  1. Jeff

    She was given the best gift near her end….. Salvation! God’s Peace with her soul!

  2. Beth Thursby

    May she rest in the arms of the Lord…

  3. Nicholas Izak

    Artie, Mary Jo:

    I am very saddened to learn of your mother’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May Charlotte rest in peace.

    Nick Izak

  4. Donna McGlone (Doylestown)

    I will miss our calls talking about you grand daughter and great grand son who were the apples of your eyes. Rest in peace my dear friend.

  5. Emma D Schweers

    I am so sorry for your loss, I knew Charlotte when she used to come to Webster Towers in Scranton, she and I went to lunch a few times.

  6. Janet and Davi Wenzel

    We are sorry for your loss. Your Mother was a giving person and she passed that on to her family. Continue to share her love by your thoughtfulness. Find comfort in your memories.

  7. Steve Farruggia Sr

    Deepest condolences to the family

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