Obituary: Denyce Kathleen Hart

Denyce Hart

Denyce Kathleen Hart, 59, of Olympia, Wash., died Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010, at Good Shepherd Medical Center in Hermiston. 

Mrs. Hart was born Sept. 18, 1950, in Vancouver, Wash., to Johnnie E. and Jean M. Taylor Hart. She  was raised and attended schools in Portland, graduating from John Marshall High School in 1968. She married Kerry Arthur Hart in 1971 in Portland. They had lived in Idaho, California, Oregon, Georgia and Washington, settling in Olympia. 

Survivors include her husband, Kerry Arthur Hart of Olympia, Wash.; daughter Freya Kristin Hart of Moses Lake, Wash.; brother Gordon Hart of Woodland, Wash.; sisters Tamara Faris of Gresham and Pamela Wood of Vancouver, Wash.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Johnnie E. and Jean Hart.

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 17 at Lincoln Memorial Park in Portland.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Living Water Foursquare Church, 1615 Chambers St. S.E., Olympia, WA 98501.

Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in charge of arrangements. Sign the condolence book at

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