Charlie Mo Alleman passed away tragically at age 19.
Charlie was born in Guatemala on March 9, 2003. He was adopted by Doug and Nadia Alleman when he was 1, along with his sister, Maria. His love of art and music was perfectly countered by his intense hatred of both math and science.
Charlie went to the Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion elementary school, where he formed his deepest, long-lasting friendships. However, his best friend in the whole world was his overly bossy and protective sister, Maria.
He graduated from Eden Prairie High School in 2021. Charlie will always be remembered as a highly creative artist, a passionate saxophone player, a huge animal lover, a hard-core gamer, and a lover of Japanese anime.
Charlie was a sweet, kind, quiet boy and an incredible blessing to his family. He was completely and utterly adored by his grandparents, and he knew he was the love of his mommy’s life.
A celebration and remembrance of Charlie’s life will be Thursday, June 30, at Green Acres Event Center, 14150 Pioneer Trail, Eden Prairie, from 5 to 8 p.m., with a remembrance service at 6:30 p.m. Food and drink will be provided.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Bitty Kitty Brigade, a cat rescue where Charlie and Maria adopted their kittens. Arrangements are being handled by Huber Funeral & Cremation Services Eden Prairie Chapel.
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