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Harty services on Saturday

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

Paula Lorri Harty passed away Monday, Oct. 1. Paula was born Oct. 12, 1955, in Kremmling to Fred and Shirley Carman of Dillon. Paula was a third generation native of Summit County. The Carmans resided in Old Dillon until the town was moved. The Carman family moved to a home they built between Dillon adn SIlverthorne. Paula graduated from Summit High School in 1973. On May 5, 1985, she married her best friend, John Harty, and together they raised two daughters, Jessica and Brandy. They were recently blessed with a granddaughter, Natalie.For 20-plus years, Paula provided day care for families in the Silverthorne area. She loved the mountains, travel and especially all the children she cared for over the years. Paula is survived by her husband, John; her daughter, Jessica DeStafano and husband, Jasen, with daughter, Natalie; her daughter, Brandy Hedgecoke; her sister, Linda and husband Bill Wellington; her sister, Karen Carman; her only niece, Kathy; her nephews, Bill Jr., Travis and Fred and their families; and numerous cousins, aunts and uncles.Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Dillon Community Church in Dillon. Pastor Brian Myers will preside.


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