Charlotte Dolores Bursell 590
- Born: 3 Apr 1893, Prosper, Fillmore Co, Minnesota
- Marriage: Earl Raymond Perry on 17 Feb 1915 in Spokane, Washington
- Died: 6 Dec 1989, Colville, Stevens Co., Washington aged 96
- Buried: After 6 Dec 1989, Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane WA
Another name for Charlotte was Lottie.
Before marriage Lottie attended Cheney Normal (then a teacher's college, now Eastern Washington University), then taught school in a little one room school house near Deer Park, WA. She was a talented artist and painted in water color and oils. After she married Earl she was busy in club activities and the Parent Teachers Association. In every group she ever belonged to she wound up being a committee chairman or officer. After Earl died, Lottie, then 43 years old, was faced with earning a living for herself and her family. She found employment at several kinds of jobs, but it was WWII that gave her a career. She was hired by Kaiser Aluminun Rolling Mill in the Spokane Valley to operate an employee's first aid station. She worked there throughout the war, and afterwards became a practical nurse, working in hospitals and private homes. She helped to initiate the licensing of practical nurses, was a charter member of LPN Association in Spokane, and served on the State Board of Licensed Practical Nurses. She was actively employed until well after her 70th birthday.
Charlotte married Earl Raymond Perry on 17 Feb 1915 in Spokane, Washington. (Earl Raymond Perry was born on 6 Apr 1891 in Litchfield, Meeker Co, Minnesota, died on 6 Jan 1937 in Spokane, Washington 3055 and was buried on 9 Jan 1937 in Greenwood Memorial Terrace, Spokane WA 3056.). The cause of his death was Bilateral lobar pneumonia.
Earl and Lottie were married at the home of Lottie's parents at 607 W. Providence in Spokane.