Charlotte Lee Vine class of 1991 class of 1991, July 26, 1972 – May 3, 2022
Charlotte Lee Vine, age 49 passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. She was born on July 26, 1972 in Lansing, MI.
Charlotte was a cosmetologist and loved to do hair. It was very important to her to look and feel glamourous. Charlotte will be remembered for her spunky attitude and her loving way of always being there as a mother figure to many. She loved visiting the beach and swimming, especially at Grand Traverse Bay.
Although Charlotte led a difficult life at times she always tried her best. “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou
Charlotte is survived by her daughters, Brianna Vine, Christina Vine Rademacher and Julia Vine Rademacher; brother, Edward Bobrowski; sister, Sarah (Lee) Wilson; niece, Sasha Dittenber; nephew, Jonathan Pryer. She was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Sandra Vine also her brother Richard Arthur Vine.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes East Lansing Chapel, 1730 E. Grand River Avenue, East Lansing. A Funeral Service will follow at 1:00 PM at the Funeral Home with Pastor Lisa Schrott officiating.
For those desiring to make a memorial contribution in Charlotte’s honor please consider Ingham County Treatment Courts Foundation at www.inghamsobriety.com. To leave a cherished memory or words of sympathy for the family please visit www.greastlansing.com.
Thank you to Stephen Conrade for notification.
9 and 10 news Site Staff, published 05/04/2022 6:09 PM EDT
Three People Killed in Mecosta County Car Crash
UPDATE (3:12 p.m.):
The Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the three people killed in a car crash on US-131 late Tuesday.
Deputies say Charlotte Vine-Driver, of Lansing, was driving the wrong way on US-131 when she crashed head-on into Dwayne Johnson and Kian Scott, of Minnesota, who were traveling north.
All three were killed in the crash.
“At this point we’re investigating why she may have been in our area for what reasons there were,” said Mecosta County Sheriff Brian Miller.
Sheriff Miller said the crash was tragic for all involved.
“It was hard for the first responders on scene, and for the family members involved,” said Sheriff Miller. “But most importantly, we have three lives that are lost because of a tragic mistake.”
The sheriff’s office is still investigating.
Three people died in a car crash in Mecosta County Wednesday morning.
Deputies from the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office got a call late Tuesday night about a driver going the wrong way down US-131 at mile marker 125 in Aetna Township.
Shortly after, they got an update of a head-on collision at the same spot, and that one of the cars was on fire.
Witnesses say the driver of the car that was going the wrong way never stopped before hitting the other car. There were no survivors in either vehicle.
Deputies are withholding the names until families can be notified.
Published Detroit Lakes, MN, USA / Lakes Area Radio by JT Thaden May 6, 2022 | 10:43 AM
Two Men from Park Rapids Killed in Wrong Way Crash in Michigan
MECOSTA COUNTY, MI (KDLM) – Two former Park Rapids High School students were killed in a head-on crash in Michigan, Tuesday, May 4.
Deputies from the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office responded to a head-on collision on US-131 in Aetna Township, MI just before 11 p.m. on Tuesday.
Deputies say Charlotte Vine-Driver, of Lansing Michigan was driving the wrong way on US-131 when she crashed head-on into Dwayne Johnson and Kian Scott of Park Rapids, Minnesota.
All three were killed in the crash.
A Go-Fund me has been setup for Johnson and Scott to help with funeral costs in Minnesota.
Park Rapids Wrestling Facebook page:
"It is will deep sadness that I need to inform you of the loss of two members of our wrestling family. Kian Scott and Dwayne Johnson, brothers of Dandre Johnson, were killed in a wrong way driver head on crash Tuesday evening. The boys were on their way to Michigan for work. Please pray for dad Dwayne and mom Jen, brothers Dandre and Malik and Randall..... there is a go fund me page set up to help cover expenses. Please do as you feel able."