Charlotte Ann (Anderson) Eberle

Charlotte Ann Eberle

April 6, 1949-May 25, 2022

Charlotte Ann (Anderson) Eberle passed away on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, spending her final days at home in Homer with her family overlooking Kachemak Bay, the mountains and glaciers. She was 73 years old.

Charlotte was born in Union, Mississippi on April 6, 1949, to Donald and Juanita Anderson. She graduated from high school in Philadelphia, Mississippi, and lived briefly in California prior to moving to Anchorage, Alaska in December 1970. Charlotte worked over 35 years for the federal government and was a longtime employee of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Small Business Administration. She received numerous “Outstanding Performance” awards throughout her work career. Charlotte began her career as a GS-3 Clerk/Typist for the Corps Engineers and worked her way up and retired as a GS-13 Procurement Analyst with the Small Business Administration.

While working at the Corps, Charlotte met her husband of 42 years, David R. Eberle. Together they raised two sons and enjoyed being active outdoors. Charlotte enjoyed camping and sport fishing spending many weekends fishing the Kenai River, the saltwater of Deep Creek and throughout Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet. She also enjoyed vacationing in Mexico and deep sea fishing for tuna, marlin and sailfish. Charlotte was an avid reader, a gardener, and a fabulous cook. She loved dogs, especially her small breed dogs. In 2008, following retirement, Charlotte and her husband built a beautiful home near McNeil Canyon. She loved living in Homer, the natural beauty of Kachemak Bay, the sandhill cranes and all the surrounding wildlife.

Charlotte was preceded in death by her parents and her dearest friend, Susan Boedigheimer.

She is survived by her brother, Dr. Ken Anderson (Judy) of Saltillo, Mississippi; her loving husband, David R. Eberle, of Homer; her son, David K. Eberle and his wife Amy Green, of Anchorage; her son, Robert Scott Gutierrez of Williston, South Dakota, and her two granddaughters, Madison Hammer of McAlester, Oklahoma, and Ava Englund of Fairbanks.

Charlotte was taken from this world far too early and is dearly missed by her family and friends. A Celebration of Life is planned for later this summer.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice of Homer and the American Cancer


Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel.