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Violet Marie Cardy Hanson
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Birth: Jun. 25, 1921
Petoskey
Emmet County
Michigan, USA
Death: May 29, 2011
Hastings
Barry County
Michigan, USA

Violet passed away Sunday at her home. She was born to Lawrence and Esther Cardy.

Violet, during WWII was a truck driver, transferring Army vehicles to debarkation points. She was employed as an operator at Bell Telephone and also worked at TB Hospital in Gaylord, Michigan as a nurse.

During Violet's life she lived in Casa Grande, Az, and Coral, Michigan.

She was preceded in death by her husband, William Hanson; brothers, Clifford, Arthur, Ralph Cardy.

She is survived by daughters,; Sharon (Gordon) Willett of Coral, MI, Christine Harger of Grand Ledge; 5 grandchildren, 10 great great grand children.

For those who wish memorial donations in Violets name may be made to American Cancer Society or American Heart Association.

Graveside services will be held on June 6, 2011.

The family is being cared for by Lauer Family Funeral Homes- Wren Chapel Hastings, Michigan


 
 
Burial:
Fort Custer National Cemetery
Augusta
Kalamazoo County
Michigan, USA
 
Created by: Theron & Helen Smith
Record added: Jun 02, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70754095
Violet Marie <i>Cardy</i> Hanson
Added by: Theron & Helen Smith
 
Violet Marie <i>Cardy</i> Hanson
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Our loss is heaven's gain!
- Hiwater
 Added: Jul. 11, 2015
Miss you Vi!
- Hiwater
 Added: Jul. 3, 2013
(((RIP))) my second mother.
- Hiwater
 Added: Sep. 8, 2012
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