Charlotte (Kulevich) Burt, 77, of Marlborough died Wednesday July 7, 2021 after a long battle with End Stage Renal Failure. She was the wife of James E. Burt originally from Bibb County Alabama and current resident of Marlborough, Massachusetts. They met while both were serving in the United States Airforce and were married in 1966. Both Charlotte and James were avid travelers early in their marriage and throughout their lives together.
Charlotte was born on May 4, 1944 to Charles and Mary (Winchenbaugh) Kulevich in Baltimore, Maryland. Spending her early years growing up in Marlborough she enjoyed playing in various sports and absolutely adored the New England beaches. Her two younger sisters, Paula Kulevich and Anne Wynne both residents of Marlborough as well, formed an unbreakable bond for over 70 years.
After serving our country, Charlotte came back to Marlborough and was a lifelong resident. Framingham based Bicknell Pools was her first job and during the course of a 20 year career she would be introduced to many of her closest friends. The only thing that prevented her from continuing work would be the arrival of their son William Charles Burt in 1982. She became a stay at home mother for the first 7 years of William’s life and she consistently said those were some of her happiest times.
Her second act in life started when she began working in the Marlborough School System. During her 20 years as an employee she made an uncountable amount of friendships with both peers and students alike. If you ask anybody whose paths crossed her own during these years you would be hard-pressed to find any negative feedback. She loved every student equally and would help anyone at the drop of the dime if they ever asked. She always had a smile on her face.
She is survived by her husband James of 55 years and her son William. Sister Paula Kulevich of Marlboro. Sister Anne Wynne and Brother-in-Law Matthew Wynne also of Marlboro. Sister-in- Law Robbie Nixon and her Husband Steve of West Blockton, Alabama and Sister-in-Law Katherine Caffee of Brent, Alabama. Not to mention the large amounts of nieces, nephews, cousins and close friends.
Services for Charlotte are private and are in the care of the Short & Rowe Funeral Home, 95 W. Main St, Marlborough, MA.
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