Let the memory of Harriett be with us forever! We Love You Harriett/Mom/Nana
  • 90 years old
  • Born on August 30, 1924 .
  • Passed away on December 15, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Harriett Hutchins 90 years old , born on August 30, 1924 and passed away on December 15, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Elizabeth Christianson on 30th August 2018
Happy 94th Birthday to my mom in heaven
Posted by Elizabeth Christianson on 15th December 2017
Mom, yet another year has passed now it has been 3 years without you. I woke up this morning missing you so much, just wanted to talk to you, hold you and be close to you again. The memories I hold in my heart keep me going when I miss you. I love you MOM
Posted by Elizabeth Christianson on 15th December 2015
Mom, it has been one year ago today since you passed I miss you every day You are always here with me, I can feel your presence. I love you MOM
Posted by Morgan Miller on 31st August 2015
Hattie, On your 91st I can't help but remember the good times that you and Jean and I had on the golf course. I am sure that you are still having wonderful times. Morgan
Posted by Kevin Orvis on 31st January 2015
I wish we had met long ago, the time we did have was way to short. However, you touched my heart that will last forever. I remember when I walked in the door and you'd greet me with a smile and a wave. I give everyone a nickname, yours was Cupcake, it fit you well because you were so soft and sweet. When I took your hand in mine (warm or cold), I would say your hands were cold, you would smile and look at me as if you were waiting for me to ask what does that mean cupcake? You would always say "it means a warm heart" and we would both smile with each other. I was there on your last day on earth, sitting beside you trying to get as much of the book of Psalms read to you, I knew that was one of your favorite books of the Bible. I was sad when you passed but knew your faith in God had taken you to the heavens above with His open arms and made your body whole. I will miss you from day to days, sometimes sad but always with a smile from the memories we made. I love you my friend <3
Posted by Marina Tunes-Nichols on 4th January 2015
We met when I was 10 years old on Union Hill when I met Liz. Hatti was my second Mom. She was always very kind, classy, soulfull, loving, welcoming, generous and sweet. She let me live with them when I was a troubled teen, and never judged and was always helpful and guiding. She was a strong role model single Mom raising Liz and Leslie on her own. She loved all her family more than anything. She had an amazing generous loving spirit. We have all been blessed by an angel and she will be very missed. Rest in Peace MomHatti. Love, Marina
Posted by Brad Miller on 2nd January 2015
Harriett, my father's cousin. You were always so sweet to us and welcoming and kind. It was a pleasure and a privilege to have known you! Love, Brad and Sonya
Posted by Kathy White on 30th December 2014
I met Harriet when we moved into the neighborhood in 2007. She and Drake were warm and welcoming neighbors to my husband and me. I will remember her as a sweet and loving person.
Posted by Sandy Prescott on 29th December 2014
I am a hospice volunteer who visited regularly with Harriett the past several months. What a privilege to feel her rich presence even for this brief and more narrow period of her life.
Posted by Morgan Miller on 26th December 2014
Liz, I am Hattie's first cousin. We lived nest door during our younger years. We were very close but we weren't in contact for the last few years. She was a fine strong person and I know that she loved you dearly. My prayers are with you. Morgan Miller
Posted by Elizabeth Christianson on 25th December 2014
Merry Christmas mom, it has been a tough two days making it through putting a smile on and trying to hold it together for our family when inside my heart hurts for how much I miss my mom. Life will never be the same. I miss your presence mom.
Posted by D. Hutchins on 25th December 2014
Beloved companion, friend and wife; short passage of time and will be together again. A small tribute: Autumn Season of Life We are like leaves upon the tree That through the window I can see A few there refused to fall Did not answer autumns call They flit and fluttered in the breeze That slowly moved through Maple trees They most enjoyed the extended time They spend in this exotic life And as they change from Green to Gold There is a message they unfold I read it in the simple way They say good-night at close of day They all enjoyed their short stay Perhaps it is because they know That after the winter and the snow New life will follow with a mate This in time will prove life can be great They seem happy as they cling As if waiting there for spring But if they, like we, have passed four score They know that spring will come no more (in this life) And that their days, have been our years Some filled with joy, some with tears And that the one, which has just passed Was best of all, though it be last, Harriett you did a good job, we are proud of you. (Exanastasis next on time line see you then)
Posted by Barbara Loss on 21st December 2014
I met Harriett when my children were in pre-school. she is a strong Christian woman and very loving Mom and Grandma. Through play dates and preschool events and soon to be family gatherings as her daughter Elizabeth and I became best friends and our daughters Kim and Danielle became best friends too. Over the years my family joined many happy occasions with Harriett and her family, We will miss your smile and fun sense of humor. Love you Harriet, till we meet again. Love you Liz. Prayers to your family.
Posted by Elizabeth Christianson on 18th December 2014
Mom, thank you for being such a wonderful role model for me. I love you with all of my heart and I miss you already. Life will not be the same, I have an emptiness in my heart. Rest in eternal peace mom, until we meet again some day.

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