Charlotte Worsham

Charlotte Annette Worsham


Worsham, CharlotteCharlotte Annette (Moore) Worsham went to be with her heavenly Father on 21 February 2013 after a long struggle with cancer. She was born on August 21, 1943 in Durant, OK to G. Bruce Moore and Juanita C. McCoy. Charlotte attended U. S. Grant High School for five years and after a move, graduated from Moore High School in 1961. Charlotte married Danny J. Worsham, Sr. in December of 1961 and from this marriage two children were born Danny J. Worsham, Jr. and Marsha Hicks. Charlotte owned and operated the Around The Corner Restaurant in Downtown Edmond, OK for 24 years and retired in April 2012. Around The Corner was a family restaurant and Charlotte wanted everyone to feel at home and treated everyone the same and many long lasting friendships were made here. She was always joking, pulling pranks and even climbed a tree trying to save the trees on Broadway. Everyone knew her as the “Chicken Lady” and customers and family said “every time we see a chicken we think of you”. “Bicycle Bob” was one of her many friends. Contributions from her customers went to the purchase of the statues in front of the Restaurant “Ham & Eggs” and “Girl Feeding Chickens”.

Charlotte was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother and grandfather Geddie E. McCoy and Willard McCoy and paternal grandfather William “Tobe” Moore of Durant, OK and is survived by her Mother Juanita Foresee of Midwest City, father G. Bruce Moore of Durant, OK , aunt Elizabeth Beavers of Durant, OK and children Danny J. Worsham, Jr.( Janet) of Carthage, TX, daughter Marsha Hicks of Wichita, KS, grandchildren Ian and Dylan Hicks, Norman, OK, Sara Redfern of Carthage, TX and James Posey and wife of Carthage, TX. , sisters Sherry Meador (James) of Newcastle, OK, Candy Reece (Bob) Oklahoma City, OK, brothers John C. Gibson (Wanda) Moore, OK, Jimmy Gibson (Cathy), Newalla, OK, Ted Moore, Durant, OK and many nieces and nephews.

Special thanks to Autumn Bridge Hospice for their support and special friends Pat and Dana Talley as well as many other friends for their love and support through her struggle with cancer.

In lieu of flowers Charlotte wished that donations be made to the Hope Center in Edmond.

Services will be held at Matthews Funeral Home, Edmond, OK at 10:00 am Monday, 25 February  2013.

5 thoughts on “Charlotte Worsham”

  1. Janet Broyles

    Charlotte’s family and close friends are in my thoughts and prayers.
    I knew her from her church membership as well as seeing her at her restaurant and at Hopefully Yours thrift store. The last time I saw her was at the thrift store and we were able to pray together, then show each other our thrifty bargains.
    She was a courageous and determined person in her fight against the cancers in her body. I learned much from Charlotte about persevering even though I saw her infrequently.
    She “kept on keeping on” as long as she could and now she is safely in the arms of God. Resting? Maybe, but soon she’ll be out and about exploring her heavenly home with Jesus.

  2. Sharon Decker and Family

    God bless you Charlotte,Your cancer battle is over and you can walk with Jesus….I haven’t seen you since I was about 19,but I never forgot you…I helped your School friend this last few years with the High School Reunion in Moore….wish I could have seen you….I once was in Atlanta and looked on line and seen you chained to a tree in Edmond,I told my daughter now thats Charlotte Worsham…Good by old friend.Meet up with you one day…

  3. From our high school days together, I remember Charlotte as the the popular, friendly young lady that was kind to everyone, regardless of their station in life. Meeting her again at our 50th reunion only reinforced that conception.

  4. I will always remember Around the Corner as the place that served country cookin’ in the city. Lots of gravy. Sort of like going to my grandma’s house for Sunday dinner when I was a kid. Rest in peace, Charlotte.

  5. Rhonda Walker

    Just learned of Charlotte’s passing when I tried to contact her to tell her of my mother’s passing. We lived down the street from Charlotte and Danny in Oklahoma City. She fed me while I was traveling on business in the Edmond area about 2 years ago. She was a wonderful, loving woman. I have fond memories of our time together on Sterling St.

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