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Charlotte J. Giroux
September 12, 1952 ~ January 26, 2024 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Charlotte J. Giroux, of Danbury, CT, died peacefully with her family by her side on Friday January 26, 2024. She was 71 years old.
Born on September 12, 1952 in St-Zacharie, Quebec, Canada, daughter to the late Edouard and Marguerite (Fleury) Cloutier. Charlotte was the 18th child out of 21 children. She grew up in Canada where she met the love of her life, Alyre Giroux. They were married on August 22, 1970 and moved to the US together for Alyre’s job.
In her younger years, Charlotte enjoyed her flower garden and being outdoors. As an adult, she relished in her job as a quality control inspector at Risdon Corporation in Danbury, CT where she worked with all the big brand name makeup companies for over 25 years.
She enjoyed keeping a tidy and neat home, hosting many holiday dinners and trips to Canada to visit her family. Charlotte loved to scroll through Facebook and keep in touch with many friends and family members. Her greatest passion in life was her family, especially her grandchildren.
Charlotte is not only survived by her loving husband, Alyre, but also her children; Chantal Rose Daniel and her husband Clarence and Bryan Giroux and his wife Penny, her grandchildren; Elijah Oliveira and his wife Priscilla, Caleb Daniel, Evan Giroux, Layla Giroux, and Samuel Giroux. Her memory is carried forward by her Goddaughter Josee Lamontagne; and while she never got to meet her great-grandson Lucas Xavier Oliveira, we know she would have loved him. Charlotte is also survived by many siblings and nieces and nephews.
Charlotte’s wishes were to keep things simple, to follow her request: a private cremation will be held. Danbury Memorial Funeral Home (117 South Street) assisted the family with the cremation. Please visit www.danburymemorial.com to send the family condolences.
In lieu of flowers please consider donations in her memory to the American Lung Association (https://www.lung.org/).