We are very sad to announce the heartfelt loss of a wonderful wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and great grandmother. Charlotte passed away at home on Friday, March 13th 2020 at the age of 84. She was predeceased by her father Edward Lawrence Nero Sr.; mother Thelma (Shipman) Nero; mother-in-law Frances (Ferguson) Tice; brothers Junior Nero and William Nero; son in her heart, Michael M. Westlake and her grandson Lawrence Charles Radford. She is survived by the love of her life and husband of 63 years, Charles W. Tice. They met at the “In The Mood Dance” in Elmira, NY in 1954 and were married in 1957. Charlotte is also survived by her sister Janet (Francis) Howard; daughters Nancy Marmor, Donna (Dan) Radford, Tracy Starbuck, and Connie (Kenny) Wilcox; her son Karl (Rose) Tice; 15 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; along with many beloved nieces and nephews. Charlotte worked several jobs over the years, on top of raising her five children. She was very proud to have worked for the Ann Page Plant in Horseheads, NY, once known as the largest food processing facility in the world, from its opening in 1965 until it closed in 1981. Charlotte loved anything to do with "Gone With The Wind" the movie. Her favorite flower was the Magnolia. She loved playing poker. No grandchild was excused from early preschool poker training. She enjoyed traveling. She and her husband went on two grand USA trips. Once in 1993 when they both retired, leaving in June and returning in October, recalling just a few days after getting home it snowed 10 inches. They went again several years later with her brother, William Nero. She loved going to Assateague Island to see the wild horses, spending time in Martha's Vineyard and the Smokey Mountains and Florida with family. Her favorite restaurants were Cracker Barrel, Donoli's in Apalachin, and Jerlando's in Watkin's Glen. Charlotte's favorite family meals to make were pork chops, spaghetti, chili, and corned beef and cabbage. She enjoyed having breakfast anytime of the day. But most of all, Charlotte loved family gatherings; making any and all welcomed in her home. No public services will be held; the family will be honoring Charlotte's passing privately.