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Harriette Weeden PETERSBURG Harriette Rose Weeden died Thursday morning at her home, being lovingly cared for by her son, Walter Jay Weeden, and daughter, Carol W. Sweet. She was the beloved wife of the late Willard "Jug" Weeden.Born in Saratoga on Nov. 7, 1926, she was the daughter of Thomas K. Rose, Sr. and Violet Ingraham Rose. The family moved to Petersburg in the 1940's. Harriette was a Stanley dealer for many years and worked at Nancy Shoe Factory when she was younger. She loved to travel and went to Italy, Ireland, and Hawaii and on many cruises. She wintered in St. Cloud, Fla. She was a former member of the Petersburg Fire Auxiliary, Berlin Historical Society, the Garden Club and Petersburg Senior Citizens. She was well-known for her cooking and enjoyed playing games and cards. She leaves her children and their spouses Walter (Christine) Weeden, and Carol (John) Sweet; grandchildren, Casey, Jeramy and Tiffany; great-grandchildren, Elijah and Jayden; step-grandchildren, Melanie Estes and Justin Schwarz; siblings, Thomas K. (Connie) Rose Jr. of North Carolina, Ruth (John) Thomsen of Newburgh, Beverley (J. Roy) Kantrowitz of Brunswick and June (Stanley) Varner of Minnesota. FUNERAL NOTICE: Services will be at Noon on Saturday in the THOMAS M. BARBER FUNERAL HOME, 66 Armsby Road, where the Rev. Gaylord "Jake" Campbell will officiate. Burial will follow beside her beloved husband in the Meadowlawn Cemetery, Hewitt Road. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral home for visitation on Saturday from 10 a.m. until the start of the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the Petersburg Methodist Church, Head of the Lane, Petersburg, NY 12138 A special thank you should go out to John Sweet (son-in-law) and Christine Weeden (daughter-in-law) who were so helpful during these last few months along with Everett and Alice Brock (lifelong friends) who were always there for Harriette.
Published in Bennington Banner on Feb. 20, 2009
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