Dolly Rue Robinson Hartness
”1927 - 2015”

    Dolly Rue Robinson Hartness

    "�The guardian angels of life
    sometimes fly so high as to be beyond our sight,
    but they are always looking down upon us."
      Jean Paul Richter

      Dolly Rue Robinson Hartness
      went to be with our Lord
      surrounded by her family on February 21, 2015 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
      Dolly Rue was born in Doniphan, Missouri on January 30, 1927 to Mary and
      Charles Robinson. On October 16, 1943, Dolly Rue and
      Don E. Hartness were married in Sedan, KS.
      They made their home in Pawhuska, OK. Dolly Rue was a housewife and
      loving mother to three daughters: Donna Hartness (Tulsa, OK),
      Pamela Rogers (Tulsa, OK) and Suzanne Hartness (Simpsonville, SC).
      In 1948, she took pilot lessons and especially enjoyed soloing in an airplane.
      In 1953, Dolly Rue graduated from the Tulsa Business College. While living in
      Pawhuska, Dolly Rue was a member of the First Baptist Church and an active member
      of Eastern Star. She and Don traveled extensively throughout his pipeline career
      in the United States, Canada and Alaska. After his death in 1997, Dolly Rue
      traveled to South Carolina and Florida to spend time with her daughters and
      grandchildren. In 2000, she sold their ranch and moved to Tulsa to be near
      her daughter and grandchildren.
      Dolly Rue has three granddaughters: Shawna Rogers (Austin, TX), Catherine Russell (Tokyo, Japan) and
      Taryn Rogers Howard (Scottsdale, AZ).
      Her grandsons are Seth and Tristan Fentress (Simpsonville, SC).
      Dolly Rue has two great granddaughters and
      four great grandsons with one deceased great grandson.
      She has numerous nieces and nephews.
      Graveside services will be held Wednesday, February 25, 2:00 PM, in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.

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