Jean Hart, 84 of Carson, IA, passed away December 5, 2018 at the Oakland Manor in Oakland, IA. Funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, December 10, 2018 at the Carson United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Carson Cemetery. Visitation from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. will be on Sunday, December 9, 2018 at the church. Loess Hills Funeral Home of Carson in charge of arrangements.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorials are directed to the Carson United Methodist Church or Carson Business Club
Jean Ann Hart, daughter of William Homer and Nancy Colene (Miller) Feurt, was born on June 11, 1934 in Jameson, Missouri, She graduated from Jameson High School in 1952. Jean attended Northwest Missouri State College, graduating in 1956 with a degree in education. She moved to Oakland, Iowa where she taught high school home economics.
Jean and Charles William Hart were united in marriage on June 4, 1958 in Oakland. They were blessed with three sons, David, Steven, and Paul.
Jean and Charles were co-owners of the Oakland Bowl and Lounge for 10 years. In 1976 they opened Hart Grocery in Carson, Iowa. Charles passed away on March 14, 1988. Jean later sold the store in 1996 and worked as a hostess at Jac's Restaurant and as a clerk at the Oakland Pharmacy for 21 years.
Jean was a member of the Carson United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, and the American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed reading and talking to people. Jean loved spending time with her family, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and friends.
Jean passed away on December 5, 2018 at the Oakland Manor at the age of 84 years, 5 months, and 24 days. In addition to her husband, Charles, she was preceded in death by her parents and brother, William Feurt.
Jean is survived by her sons, David Hart and Steven Hart, both of Carson, and Paul Hart and wife Barbara of Oakland; granddaughters, Jada Hart, Erin Drake and husband Trey, and Evelyn Hart; great grandchildren, Mason Adams, Brooklyn Drake, and Nora Drake; and many friends.
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Jean was so sweet to everyone and always had a kind word. She will be greatly missed in the communities. Prayers to the family.
PRAYERS for the family. Jean will be missed by many people..sorry for your loss. The family of Clarence Rose.
When we moved to Carson 11 years ago Jean was one of the first neighbor to come over and welcome us.
I remember when Jean came to Oakland to teach. We had good times as faculty members and a few parties too. Prayers for you boys...I remember you all well. You had a beautiful and sweet mother. Good bless you all.
Milt Hanson--What a gap this will make in my life. Calling I would say this is Milt Hanson and her reply "Well how are you." she always made me feel special. Her telling about buying a candy bar and it was almost $2. I will miss her so.
Louise & I are fellow Bearcats from NWMSU from 1952. What a true friend! Always enjoyed a chat with Jean with her big sense of humor. Dick Merkle
My mom, Jeanne Palmer, and I are sad to hear of the passing away of Jean Hart. Jean has been a friend to all and is irreplaceable; she will be so missed by so many. Jean has always been there to help, a true friend, and a kind person. We will not make the trip to Carson as the weather is hard to predict. Our prayers and thoughts are with Jean and her family.
I have known Jean for many years. She was always so very pleasant to visit with. I will certainly miss her at the Pharmacy.
We always had a good laugh.
Rest in Peace my Dear Friend.
We had many wonderful memories with Jean but one of the funniest ones was she was working at the pharmacy and I was in there with my grandson. He was maybe 3 or 4. I told him her could pick a candy. He picked a box of hot tamales which was his favorite. Jean says to him, What you got there young man and he answered, hot mollies. Jean laughed til She about cried! She mentioned that for years after that as it really tickled her funny bone. She was an amazing person. Comfort to you all, as you get through these days ahead. Cherish your memories. She was wonderful and loved by all who knew her.
I so loved when she would tease herself if she had difficulty at the pharmacy cash register by saying, "You know it's my first time working in retail." Jean was always, always a nice person with a little bit of pixie charm.
Such a sweet person loved by many. Condolences to Jean's family and friends. Rest in peace.
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