03/02/1940 - 04/13/2024
Service Date: 04/22/2024
Service Time: 11:00AM
Service Location: Gilbert Memorial Park
Interment: Gilbert Memorial Park

Charlotte Ann Flatley, a beacon of kindness and unwavering support, peacefully passed away on April 13, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love and compassion that touched the lives of many. Born in Los Angeles, California, on March 2, 1940, Annie spent her formative years under the loving care of her grandmother, Hannah Elizabeth Pugmire, in Niles, California, until age sixteen. At seventeen, she embarked on a journey of love and family, marrying Richard Thomas Flatley and raising five children together.

Annie exuded warmth and generosity throughout her life, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. Her heart overflowed with love for her family, friends, and community. Despite facing the challenges of divorce after thirty-two years of marriage to Richard, Annie remained resilient and devoted to her children, never wavering in her commitment to their well-being.

Annie was preceded in death by her grandmother who raised her Hannah Elizabeth Pugmire, her father, Fred Matterson Leebert, her mother, Ellenor Pugmire Leebert, and her siblings: Velma Hauser (George), Thelma Burton (Ed), Lois Quinn (Thurman), Phyllis Gallagher (Frank), Donald Leebert (JoAnn), and Shirley Saxon (Bill).

She is survived by her beloved sister, Wanda Milius (Ernie), and her beloved brother, Ralph Leebert (Sharlene).

Additionally, her five beloved children survive her: William Joseph Flatley, Richard Kenneth Flatley, Michael Andrew Flatley (Lisa), Elizabeth Ann Flatley, and Mary Kathleen Flatley (Hugo Sebastian Morelli).

Her legacy lives on through her cherished grandchildren: Robert Flatley (Colleen Lockhart), Kirsten Flatley, Charlotte Dannielle Bruning (Calvin), Blake Jennings, Christopher Medina (Tawny), Donald G. Webb III (Teresa), Justin Webb (Savanah Snyder), and Avi Morelli.

Additionally, she leaves behind a host of great-grandchildren: Delainey Flatley, Misti Walker, Jonathan Walker, Ryan Bruning, Grayson Bruning, Scarlett Bruning, Lacey Medina, Kira Medina, Kayla Webb, Daniel Webb, Tristan Webb, Avery Webb, Lucas Metzger, and Callie Metzger and a host of cousins and nieces and nephews who loved her dearly.

Annie’s passion for life was infectious, and she found joy in the simple pleasures of dancing and singing. Her compassionate nature led her to volunteer in the Marine Corps Family Readiness Organization and participate in Marine Corps Family Team Building, where she provided invaluable support to Marine Corps families. As a Special Education Teacher’s Aide, Annie touched the lives of countless children, nurturing their growth and fostering a love for learning. Her most joyous time was spent teaching Sunday School in Primary to the six-year-old children she loved dearly and volunteering in the Young Women’s Organization at church.

Annie’s presence brought light and comfort to those around her everywhere she went. Her legacy of kindness, resilience, and selflessness will continue to inspire generations. Charlotte Ann Flatley will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her, but her spirit will live on in the hearts of those she touched with her boundless love and unwavering compassion.


  • Judith McMurphy

    Such a touching remembrance. She will indeed be missed.

  • Judith McMurphy

    Wonderful obituary. Peace in all hearts touched by Aunt Ann’s passing. She will be missed by so many whose lives she blessed. Love Judy

  • Kathleen scharf

    My Aunt Ann’s life has touched many people. My life has certainly been enriched by her love and support.
    I will miss her sweet voice but her memory will bring me comfort and joy.
    Goodbye until we meet again

  • Sandy Burton Fincher

    The love, happiness and service we were blessed with by Annie, will be with us forever. She was my best buddy for 83 years and our bond still keeps us close. The fun things we shared will be with me until we meet again one day. We will all miss you terribly, but for now i know you are with all those who have gone ahead. God Bless you honey, I love you always and forever. Sandy

  • Lisa Jennings Flatley

    In Ann I was drawn to a kindred sweet spirit in this life and beyond:
    1. Lead with your heart and you’ll never regret your choice.
    2. Appreciate (even revel in) all the giggles along the way!!!
    – I love love love you special sweet girl

  • Sherry and Tim Quinn

    Our Aunt Ann was a special part to our lives.
    We love you Aunt Ann

  • Mary Kate Flatley

    My mom was a true blessing to have in my life. She always made sacrifices so I could have what I needed. She was a cheerleader and my biggest fan and motivated me to be more than I thought I ever could be in life. When we lived together after I entered adulthood, we became friends. I miss her profoundly, but I know I will see her again. I love you mom.

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