Delores Detta Garrett Hartness
”1930 - 2017”

    Delores Detta Garrett Hartness

    Peace is the beauty of life.
    It is sunshine. the love of a mother,
    the joy of a father,
    the togetherness of a family.
    It is the advancement of man,
    the victory of a just cause,
    the triumph of truth.
      Menachem Begin

      Delores Detta Garrett Hartness
      went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 12, 2017, surrounded by her
      loving family and her special angel here on earth, son Richard Garrett (Gary) Hartness.
      Delores was born December 18, 1930 at Pershing, OK to George Henry Garrett
      and Rose Modean (Wooten) Garrett. She married Richard Benton “Buddy” Hartness
      in May of 1950, a union lasting until his death on March 29, 2010. Her children
      were daughters Dixie Corbin (Kelly), RoseAnn Hartness (deceased), Vickie Moler (Eddie),
      sons Garrett Hartness and Rod Hartness (Ashley). Grandchildren include
      Kristina Walker (RJ), Ashley Grooms (Jon), Lezlie Knop (Kurt), Chere Corbin-Hindman,
      Tiffaney Thomas, Vanessa Wilson, Natalie Hartness, Kaleigh Hartness and Rope Hartness.
      She also had 18 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
      Delores was an outstanding homemaker. She sewed, baked, cooked, did needlepoint,
      knitted, ironed like a pro and every stain had met its match with her.
      She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Buddy, daughter, RoseAnn,
      sisters Loretta Millegan, Lerie Main and Nomah Hawk; brothers Orbin Garrett and Wayne Garrett.
      Graveside services will be held Monday, October 16, 10:00AM, in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.
      Mike McDougan will officiate. Interment will follow.
      Kendrick McCartney Johnson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
      Resource:Kendrick McCartney Johnson Funeral Home

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