Charlene Wendy Ouimette, age 50, of Salt Lake City Utah, passed away Friday February 19, 2021. She was born on the Tachikawa Air Force Base in Tokyo Japan to James and Helen Carbine on September 18, 1970. She attended West Jordan High School and married her high school sweetheart Don Ouimette on April 20, 1990 in the Salt Lake City Temple.
She loved children and dedicated her life to caring for and raising her four children. After they were grown, she became a school teacher and cared for children at Franklin and Liberty Elementary Schools in Salt Lake City.
She is survived by her loving husband, her children, Taylor (Emma), Travis, Ashley, Aubrey, her parents, and her siblings. She is currently expecting her first grandchild, whom she was very excited to meet and finally be a Grandma.
A funeral service will be held on Saturday 2/27/21 at 10:00 AM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1145 West 500 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104. A viewing will be held Friday 2/26/21 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM at the same location.
Interment to follow services at Memorial Redwood Cemetery, 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84123.
We are at a loss for words with the loss of Charlene. She was an amazing teacher and such an advocate to our son Ashton who spent the last two years in her classroom. She was gentle and patient and always listened to him and our concerns and comments as parents raising a child with special needs. I will never forget the day we both connected with speaking about our faith and the peace it gave us in life. I know she will be an amazing tool in the Lords hands ongoing now and until we all meet again. Sending prayers of comfort to lift your family during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss I work with Aubrey and she is a true reflection her wonderful mother. My thought are with you sweet Aubrey and your family
Don, I’m so sorry for you and your families loss. My heart aches for you.
I loved working with Charlene in the primary presidency. She has a beautiful spirit. She definitely radiates the light of Christ. She we leave a hole in many of our hearts. Sending love and prayers to her sweet family. [HUGS]
I never had the pleasure of meeting Charlene, but I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
Don, I was so sorry to hear about Charlene. I'm at a loss for words but you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
At Liberty Elementary School, I was always impressed by Charlene's steadiness. Charlene would walk down the hall with the students, or be in the classroom, and all around her felt calm (which is not an easy feat with preschoolers). Her presence was always reassuring and dependable. I noticed this just in our brief interactions, so I know the students she worked with had a safe place to be just by being around her. For someone to give off that feeling, so strongly, speaks volumes to her character. She made a difference and left an impression. I know she is still doing great things, even in death, and we will never forget how she made us feel being around her.
We are so sorry to hear of you and your families loss. I hope that you can find comfort in your memories and the knowledge that you will be reunited.
Again, our condolences.
Don, so very sorry to hear this news today. Please know that you have all our love and support and don't hesitate to reach out if you need anything.
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your wife. This is so sad. Your family is in our prayers.
Don, you and your family are in my families thoughts and prayers. Your bothers and sisters in blue are here for you during this difficult time. We love you!
Don, Our prayers are with you and your family. Please know you are in our thoughts and we are here if there is anything you need.
Charlene has always been one of the nicest people I know. Sending prayers of comfort and love to all her family.
May God be with you Don and your family during this difficult time. May the spirit of Heaven comfort you and testify to you of the great Plan of Happiness and Eternal Families is my prayer.