In Loving Memory

Carolyn Hart

Carolyn Hart
October 12, 1944
June 28, 2022
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Carolyn B Hart, 77, of Bleiblerville, TX., went to be with our Lord and Savior on June 28, 2022. Carolyn was born in Lamesa, TX on October 12, 1944 to Desmond and Zuma Lee Cornett.

Carolyn lived a good life, always surrounded by those who loved her. She loved to cross stitch, enjoyed cooking and had a passion for gardening. Her many past times included fishing and woodworking. Carolyn obtained her teaching degree later in life by graduating from NTSU in 1983. She went on to teach at J.L. Long Middle in Dallas, Texas. She worked there for 20 plus years as the wood shop teacher and later taught Computer Technology.

Carolyn is preceded in death by her parents; her husband Deral W. Hart; brother Doyle Cornett and sister Lavonia Stotler. Carolyn is survived by her brother Loy Cornett and his wife Linda Cornett, daughters Deralla Hart and Kathleen Gill and sons, Meredith Hart and his wife Heather and Michael Hart; grandchildren, Christopher Gakin and wife Brooke White, Brittni Fowler and husband Dillion, Jonathan Hart, Elizabeth Hart, Jacob Hart-Siddiquie, Sarah Hart, Rylie Gill, Michael Hart Jr., Jonah Hart and Makayla Hart; and 7 great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial donations be made to Campus Ministry in Training for grandson Jacob. To give go to: At the top right create click login and create an account
-After you’re signed in, at the top right click donate and it will have a search bar to look up a missionary, type in 2994929 and that will pull up Jacob’s support page. This is a charity that was very close to Carolyn’s heart.

A Celebration of Carolyn’s Life will be held on Thursday, July 7, 2022 at 2pm at Brenham Memorial Chapel located at 2300 Stringer Street, Brenham, Texas. You are welcome to begin gathering and sharing your memories of Carolyn at 1pm. Carolyn’s grandson Jacob will be officiating.

Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.brenhammemorial