In Memory

Charlotte Elaine Sprinkle (Fredrick)

Charlotte Elaine Sprinkle (Fredrick)

Charlotte Elaine Sprinkle (Fredrick) was born May 14, 1944 in Bristol, Virginia. She was the daughter of Horace Rex Sprinkle and Ethel Vena Wilhide Sprinkle. At some point, her family moved to Winston Salem, and she attended Salem Academy, then transferred to Reynolds High School where she was in the glee clulb, the Community and World Service Club,  the Sophoteers,  she played intramurals, she served as a hall monitor, she was in the dramatics club, she was a Red Cross representative,  she was a member of the College Club;, the Resegis; and the Y-Teens.  We know she  lived in Greensboro in 1963 and on on May 30th, 1965, she married Robert Edward Fredrick and at some point they moved to Woodberry Heights, NJ and/or Gloucester, NJ.  Sadly, Charlotte passed away at the age of 45 and was buri3d in Wenonah, Glocester County, New Jersey. 

I barely knew Charlotte, but I recall that she was very  pretty and seemed to be a very nice young lady.  Charlotte, please know that you will be remembered by your high school class and we pray that you had a good life and now rest in peace in the arms of our dear Savior.  

-If anyone knows any  moredetails about Charlotte's life, please let me know so I can share them with our class.  You can email them to me at

                                                            Respectfully submitted,

                                                             Danny Ferguson

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02/07/12 11:59 AM #1    

Margaret Clayton

Charlotte was quite, sensitive but very witty and funny.  While at Guilford College she met Robert Fredrick.  They married and moved to New Jesery . Lost contact with her after that.

03/11/12 06:21 PM #2    

Vilia Wood (Marshall)

I remember visiting her house on Academy Street. We slide on a cardboard box down the side of her house from the front yard to the back. She had such a great smile and I'm sorry she is gone. I had hoped to see her again.

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