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Charlotte Rose Kuzma

May 24, 1950

February 22, 2021

On Monday, February 22, 2021. Daughter of the late Chuck and Rose Stocker; loving mother of Christine (Frank) Salerno, Michael (Shelly) Kuzma and Johnathan (Deanna) Kuzma; sister of Lillian “Pud” (Mark) Stewart and Carl (Chrissy) Stocker and the late Chuck (late Maureen) Stocker, Jr. Grandmother of Mikayla Kuzma (Hank), Tyler, Colby and Hannah Salerno and the late Rachel Kuzma; dear friend and partner of Tracie Tokar and son, Zackary. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Arrangements entrusted to the SZAFRANSKI-EBERLEIN FUNERAL HOME, INC., where family and friends will be seen on Friday, February 26, 2021 from 3-7 p.m. at 101 Third St., Carnegie. A Blessing Service will be held at the funeral home on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.

In order to be compliant with our state guidelines, masks must be worn and social distancing be maintained for visitation and Blessing Service. (412)276-1107


“The mountains are calling and I must go” ~ John Muir

On Monday evening, February 22nd, 2021, Charlotte “Bubba” Kuzma, surrounded by her, family and close friends, joined her Mother Rose, Father Chuck, Brother Chuckie and Granddaughter, Rachel in Heaven.

Charlotte lived a fulfilling life with her siblings, Lillian “Pud” Stewart (Mark), Chuckie “Brother” Stocker (Maureen) and Carl Stocker (Crissy), Her Life Partner, Tracie Tokar and Tracie’s son Zackary.

Her children, Chrissy (Frank) and, Mike (Shelly) and Johnathan (Deanna) adored their mother and gave her five Grandchildren, Mikayla (Hank), Tyler, Colby and Hannah.

Charlotte enjoyed hosting Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve feasts with friends and family, cooking, and passing down her family’s favorite recipes, gardening vegetables and her many flowers in the yard. Listening to Elvis, Oldies, Polka Music, especially when her brother Carl played the accordion and her Dad played the banjo in the Carl Stocker Orchestra.

She loved her candy, chocolate and coffee! Enjoyed watching her children and grandchildren in their many activities and smiled with pride sitting in the stands. She loved sitting by the fire in her back yard or visiting the family camp in Tidioute, PA. She spent many years supporting CV Band Boosters. Her favorite vacations were her trips to Niagara Falls and Virginia Beach.

She was small but mighty and will remain in our thoughts and hearts forever.

As she shared with Zackary everyday on his way to school: “Learn Something New Today”

Please do the same in her memory.



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