Charlotte M. Hadrych

  • Born: November 29, 1932
  • Died: July 23, 2015
  • Location: New Hampshire

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Manchester, NH 03104

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Charlotte (Napsey) Hadrych, 82, of Hudson, NH, passed away July 23, 2015 at Pleasant View Health Care Center in Concord, NH following declining health.

Charlotte was born November 29, 1932 in Sharon, Vermont, a daughter of John & Elizabeth (Burnor) Napsey. She graduated from Windsor, Vermont High School. Following graduation Charlotte served in the U.S. Navy (WAVE) during the Korean Conflict from 1951 to 1959 and later attended the Navy War College in Newport, Rhode Island.

Following Naval Service, Charlotte was an office administrator at Sanders Associates as well as at Ingersoll – Rand Company in Nashua, NH.

Family includes three step-children, Evangeline Hadrych of Hudson, MA, Timothy Hadrych of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Eric Hadrych of Somersworth, NH; several step-grandchildren; two brothers, Douglas Napsey of Springfield, Vermont and Rodney Napsey of Windsor, Vermont; and one sister, Noureen Griffin of Manchester, NH.

Charlotte was pre-deceased by her husband of 43 years, Edwin Hadrych; two sisters, Marie Holmes and Margaret McGivern; and one brother, Donald Napsey.

Funeral Services will be conducted at the convenience of family.

Memorial contributions may be sent to NH Animal Rescue League as well as NH Alzheimers Association.

Cate & Johnson Funeral Service of Manchester is directing arrangements.

Family and friends may visit CateJohnson.com.


Condolence & Memory Journal

We were so glad to be able to see you back in 2011 before I was assigned overseas. I will miss you a lot. Your Nephew Mike Napsey, Seoul Korea

Posted by Michael Napsey - Seoul, Korea   July 28, 2015

My condolences to the family of Charlotte.   Charlotte was very special to me. My first duty assignment in the U. S. Navy was at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I.   She was first boss.  Charlotte was a very professional worker and I learned from the best.  We remained friends over the years.  It is my privilege to have known Charlotte, Edd and her family, including her parents. I can still hear her operas blaring as I approached her house.  We both had a love for classical music.

Posted by Louise E. Desclos    July 25, 2015