TO WATCH WEBCASTING CLICK ON "PHOTOS AND VIDEOS" TAB ABOVE.\n\nCharlotte Ann Tippetts Llewellyn was born on Friday, March 13, 1953 in Mount Pleasant, Utah and died at home in Provo, Utah surrounded by her loved ones on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at the age of 67 after a battle of breast cancer for the past 4 years. Despite being born on Friday the 13th, she was a bright light in people’s lives and always brought luck, smiles, and happiness to everyone around her. \n\nShe was born to Stanley and Carol Tippetts and was the second of six children. She lived for her first nine months in Springville, Utah and then moved into her childhood home in Orem, Utah where she lived until she went to college. She attended Hillcrest Elementary School, Lincoln Junior High School, and Orem High School where she graduated in 1971. She then went to Snow College where she received her Associate’s Degree in 1973 and then went to Brigham Young University where received her Bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 1975. During college, she worked at Signetics where she first met her future husband, Phillip Llewellyn, in 1973; however, they did not get married until June 4, 1982 in the Salt Lake Temple. After college, she taught kindergarten in Salt Lake City for 1 year and then transferred to Rock Canyon Elementary School where she taught 4th grade for 29 years. While teaching at Rock Canyon, she had her two sons, Jesse in 1984 and Sean in 1988. The students, parents, teachers, and administration all loved Charlotte, and she received the Gold Apple Teaching Award. After she retired, she was a truancy officer at the Provo School District for 2 years. Retirement life was not for her and she went back to teaching as a computer specialist at Geneva Elementary School for 13 years, after which she retired for good. As evidenced by her long career in elementary education, she had love for teaching and children. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and held numerous callings, including primary president, a member of the relief society and the young women’s presidencies, and a service mission at Legacy Retirement Home. She enjoyed reading, cooking, baking, knitting, traveling, shopping, serving others, throwing parties, and spending time with friends and family. She is survived by her husband (Phillip Llewellyn), sons (Jesse and Sean Llewellyn), parents (Stanley and Carol Tippetts), her siblings (Allan and Jeannie Tippetts, Boyd and Pauline Tippetts, Denise and Paul Porter, Eda and Allen Hill, and Floyd and Holly Tippetts), and numerous nieces, nephews, adopted grandchildren, and friends. \n\nThe funeral services will take place at the Nelson Family Mortuary on April 13, 2020 at 11am. Interment will be held in the Provo City Cemetery. Funeral attendance at the mortuary is limited to the immediate family but the public is invited to watch the webcasting of the funeral online at www.nelsonmortuary.com. \n\nIn lieu of flowers, we would like charitable donations sent to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation in her name at https://us.netdonor.net/page/5121/donate/1.