Charlotte Bingham Johnson, 77, of Lampasas, Texas died Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Born in Phoenix, Arizona on June 16, 1942 to Joseph Marion Bingham and Helen Marie (Farris) Bingham. Charlotte passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family. After graduating from Pecos High School in 1960, she moved to Midland, Texas. She later moved to Lampasas where she has lived for 57 years. Charlotte was employed at Wittenburg Real Estate in Lampasas and Pershing Park Elementary School in Killeen, Texas. She was a supporter of Little Dribblers Basketball Association and the Lampasas Tennis Association. She was also a member of First United Methodist Church, where she was involved in the CAPS program and served on the Bereavement Committee. Lovingly known in the Lampasas Community and to her adoring grandchildren as “Cha Cha”, she loved nothing more than having her grandchildren for “Cha Cha Summer Camp” and travelling to any and all of their activities. Every Christmas she delivered Advent Calendars to the children of friends and family. She loved spending anytime she could with her beloved sisters. They loved nothing more than antiquing at Round Top or anytime they could find to spend together. Big family holiday gatherings and helping friends with decorating projects were also her favorite activities. She enjoyed living life to the fullest with the “Hun” friend group. They raised their children, entertained and travelled together. No group of friends could have as much fun and love each other more. Charlotte is survived by her husband, Bobby Johnson Son, Bradley Johnson (Candace) their children, Carter, Chelsi, and grandchild, Aria Daughters, Daina Zachary (Greg) their children, Natalie, Rachel Donna Dozier (David) their children, Doak, Charlotte Sisters, Sherry Hoelscher (Frank), Kathy Walker (Jimmy) Addie Wootan (Bill) and many nieces and nephews Charlotte was preceded in death by her parents, Helen and Joseph Bingham. Graveside service will be Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery. Come and go visitation is available Friday, June 12, 2020 until 5:00 p.m. Memorials may be sent to First United Methodist Church CAPS Program in Lampasas or the Lampasas Public Library.