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Carol W. Hartnett

March 22nd, 1935 - May 2nd, 2013

Carol Hartnett, 78, a resident of Beaverton, Oregon, died Thursday morning, May 2, 2013, resting peacefully at her home. Carol was born on March 22, 1935 in Laramie Wyoming, the daughter of the late August and Mary Warnecke. She was raised and received her education in the Laramie community. Carol was united in marriage to Joseph Hartnett on June 30, 1956 in Denver, Colorado. Following their marriage, they resided in the San Francisco Bay area for 51 years, before relocating to Oregon and settling in Washington County. Carol was a homemaker, raising her three children. Among her special interests, Carol enjoyed gardening, cooking, quilting, traveling, and spending time with her grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; her sister Betty Miller; and her brother Richard Warnecke. Survivors include her husband of 56 years, Joseph Hartnett, her children, their spouses, and grandchildren: Benjamin and Jane Hartnett of Concord, California, Sidney Hartnett of Novato California, and Zachary and Remy Hartnett of Beaverton Oregon and their two children Amanda and Kayden. Also surviving are her sister-in-law Rita Hartnett of Henderson, Nevada. According to Carol’s wishes, no Funeral Mass and Burial Rites will be held. Although Carol loved gardening and flowers, her love of animals was greater, the family is requesting that remembrances may be contributed to the following organizations in her memory: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), 424 E. 92nd St, New York, NY 10128-6804 https://donate.aspca.org/Donate/Donations/Website/Website_Memorial.aspx?PlacementID=2475670 Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601 https://act.alz.org/site/Donation2?11461.donation=form1&df_id=11461&pw_id=1821

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Candle lit by ?????? Hartnett I hope you rest in peace. Grandma...

Published January 4th, 2024
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Staff at Autumn Funerals, Cremation & Burial

Our sincere condolences.

Published January 4th, 2024
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Marianne and Dante Caprino

I'll never forget the times that we would come up and stay at the house in San Anselmo. Carol was always in the kitchen cooking up something special and never once did she not have a big smile on her face. I also remember making a huge vat of potato salad for BEN and she and I would talk while we pealed 100 potatoes. LOL She will always be remembered fondly in my heart as I know know she will always be in yours. My deepest condolences but know that she touched and will always live inside all of us. Much love to you all -

Published January 4th, 2024
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Bruce Norrell

My deepest condolences for all of the family and may all you do well despite this difficult time. I certainly have fond memories of Carol dating back to when you lived in San Anselmo.

Published January 4th, 2024
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Amanda

I love you grandma, R.I.P. I love you so much!!! Thanks for being a part of my family.

Published January 4th, 2024
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Miguel Bañuelos

All of my memories revolve around the house in San Anselmo. From the very first time I stepped into the house, I felt like I had just come home and Mr. and Mrs. Hartnett were mom and dad. Mrs. Hartnett planted a seed of genuine love in my heart that still grows today in the friendship I share with Ben and the rest of his family.

Published January 4th, 2024
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anonymous

R.I.P :'(

Published January 4th, 2024
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Ev Lancaster

Carol and I were friends since the third grade in Laramie, Wy. We had always had great times that have left fond memories. She will be missed.

Published January 4th, 2024
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Hugh Barr

...many fond memories of early Laramie years... my sincerest condolences...

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