In Loving Memory …

Kay Hardin

Kathleen M. “Kay” Hardin, 90, of Sedalia, passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Center.

She was born September 19, 1930 in Denver, Colorado, a daughter of Richard and Mary (Harrison) Browne.

In 1950, she married John Oliver Hardin, who preceded her in death on April 6, 2015.

Kay was an active member in the Sedalia Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses.  She loved studying the Bible and sharing its truths with others.  She centered her life around her faith and caring for her husband and 9 children.  Kay was keenly interested in people, and learning about all of God’s fascinating creations, she enjoyed bee keeping, and working in her flower and vegetable gardens.

Survivors include, three sons, Tim Hardin (Melda) of Grand Junction, CO, Rick Hardin (Laura) of Platteville, CO and Frank Hardin (Diana) of Las Cruces, NM; and four daughters, Cynthia Dawson (Robert) of Cole Camp, MO, Pamela Garcia (Anthony) of Smithton, MO, Rosemary Borrelli (Bret) of Milwaukee, WI and Holly Hardin of Fort Lupton, CO; 11 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Marjorie Cheney of Delta, CO.

She was preceded in death by both of her parents, her husband, John and two daughters, Nancy Fuller and Laurel Robers.

Private services will be held at a later date.

Arrangements are in the care of Heckart Funeral Home.


7 Responses

  1. Dear Hardin Families, Kay was a blessing to the congregation and she found a way to encourage all of us! We look forward to see Kay and John in the promised Paradise here on Earth (Psalms 37:11,29).
    Warm Hugs and Big Love to All,
    Janet Fairchild Roberts

  2. My sincere condolences to the Hardin family! Kay (and her husband) were amazing people and raised some very fine kids. Just a little while longer and we will get to see all our loved ones again. May Jehovah and your hope for the future help you to cope during this very difficult time!

  3. To all the Hardin families, Kay will be very missed in the congregation as well as your lives. Her resurrection is now sure and much deserved. My deepest sympathy to you all

  4. To all the Harden families. I am sorry for your loss, Kay will be greatly missed in the congregation as well as your lives. She leaves a great deal of good memories to reflect on. My sincerest sympathies

  5. We are saddened by the loss of such an outstanding example of faith, loyalty, endurance, courage, love, and so many other outstanding qualities, yet we find great joy knowing her race is run, and she simply awaits the prize. Job 14:13 states “O that in the grave you would conceal me…”. One translation renders conceal as to “hide away as a treasure”…and truly Kay was that, a treasure. Her hope is sure, and we will delight in her company again very soon 🙂

  6. My dearest friends, what a sad time this is. May you take comfort in knowing that our loving heavenly Father, Jehovah will very soon wake up her up with your dad & your sisters to rejoin their physical & spiritual family. I can only imagine what she will accomplish on paradise earth with renewed endless energy!
    How I treasure the memories of times spent with your family. My deepest sympathy. Love you forever.

  7. Dearest Hardin family, we are so sorry for your loss. We know it’s temporary. In the mean time we know you will be comforted by beautiful memories.
    Our love and best wishes are being sent your way. Love Dan & Phyllis Jury

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