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In Memory

Carol Harris (Hegeman) - Class Of 1967

                                                             

                                        Rest in Peace, Carol

Hegeman, Carol (nee Harris) Beloved wife of Henry Hegeman passed on June 8, 2016. She is survived by her husband Henry, son David, daughters Kelly and Nancy, granddaughter Julianna and grandson Tristan. She is also survived by her siblings, Guy Harris, Emilie Turk and Bradford Harris.

A time to meet with the family will begin on June 14, 2016 at 3:30pm followed by a Memorial Service which will begin at 4:00pm at the St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, One Hartford Rd., Medford, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Holy Redeemer Hospice, 6550 Delilah Rd # 501, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 or to St. Jude’s Research Hospital for Children, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

For Carol, there were only two seasons each year: Autumn and waiting for Autumn!

For more information or to e-mail a condolence, please visit

www.lpwoosterfuneralhome.com.

 
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06/13/16 10:50 AM #1    

Leonard Yovnello (1967)

Hello To Reds now that you are in heaven. from Len Yovnello.  I remember when you and Hank started dating when we were in ORHS.  It was a match made in heaven as you were meant for each other then and as it turned out you married, had children and then grandchildren. Reds you had the opportunity to have the great experience of not just having children, but also a grandchild.  You had a long lasting loving relationship with Hank, as expected.  I know you are missed by your family, but they will all continue to love you through their lifetime.  Your family and friends will continue to remember you and all the pleasure they had with you in their life.  Please while you are at His side keep a vigilant watch over your family as they grow in life and continue to remember you for ever.  May God Bless You!

 

 


06/13/16 08:53 PM #2    

Judith Pacifico (1967)

Carol, Hank & I became good friends during our Junior year at ORHS. That friendship continued into our Senior year as we served on the yearbook commitee together. Senior year was special. Yearbook, football, prom, etc. All shared with my best friends...Carol & Hank. Carol, I will miss you always. I am so glad we finally found each other once again after almost 50 yrs. That one day having lunch with you & Hank was, & will always be, a memory I will keep safe in my heart. RIP, my friend. We will meet again one day. I miss you. Judy 


11/07/16 11:40 AM #3    

Judith Pacifico (1967)

Tomorrow is Nov.8, it will be 5 months since your passing. I, along with others are still missing you, as we always will. Save a place for me. When I get there, we can go back to when we were 17 & having fun at ORHS. Love you, Judy


08/01/17 12:47 PM #4    

Judith Pacifico (1967)

Hi, girlfriend...it has been almost 14 months since we lost you & I for one, still miss you. Hank & I have stayed in touch thru email. He's doing ok. Well, in Oct. we have our 50th high school reunion. I've decided to go. It will be my last & this year there are classmates coming that never bothered in the past. Some of which I look forward to seeing. I just wish you were here so I could talk you into going this last time. Hank has decided to attend. Hoping it will be a good time. I miss you, my friend...always will. xoxoxoxo


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