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“We will always remember Charlotte's friendly smile that was given unconditionally and spontaneous. We always loved the way her face lit up when she...Read More ยป
1 of 5 | Posted by: Bob and Barbara Tomes - MCKINNEY, TX

“We will miss you so much! Fly high Charlotte! You were amazing! ”
2 of 5 | Posted by: Jessica Banta Banta - VA - Friend

“A loving sister-in-law who brought laughter and happiness to my brother James ”
3 of 5 | Posted by: Lawana Harrison - Waco, TX

“The few times I meet she had so a kind and sweet spirit. The love for her family was so clear and pure prayer for the entire family and friends. ”
4 of 5 | Posted by: Amy Ashcraft - Balch Springs, TX

“May you Rest In Peace my sweet cousin! I love you always! God bless the entire family and May God bring comfort and peace for the days to come. ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Darlene Haake - Argyle, TX


Charlotte Jean Arbuthnot entered heaven on August 29th 2021 due to covid pneumonia. She was born on August 30th 1956 in Dallas Tx. She is survived by James Freeman Arbuthnot her husband of 16 yrs, step-mother Carol Johnson, 3 children Nickolas David Callaway and wife Brooke Esther Peak, Andrea Nicole Crain and husband Christopher Adam Crain, Robert Allen Smith and wife Skylar Cheyenne Smith. 7 grand children Alexis Nicole Barton and husband Mathew Alexander Barton, Timothy Joseph Tolleson, Cristin Ashli Page and husband Noah Stone Page, Bailee Breann Crain, Noah Hugh Lane Bybee, Ava Rose Callaway, and Tabitha Jean Smith. 2 Great grand children Jackson Truman Barton and Nathan Stone Page. 4 siblings Alan Craig Johnson and wife Denise Johnson, Cristal Lynn Smith and husband Jeff Smith, Christopher Lee Callaway and wife Jennifer Callaway, Calista Stephen's and husband Philip Stephen's.

She worked for 20 + years at Bob Tomes Ford in Mckinney. She was a very devoted Christian and member of Springwood Church. She was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, nana, and friend. She is preceded in death by Mother Sylvia Dean Callaway, Stepfather Clarence Leon Callaway, Father Walter Roy Johnson, and brother Carl Calhoun Johnson. She will be forever loved and missed by all.

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