Carol A. Dartnall

Nov 06, 2012
Carol A. Dartnall

Thomaston — Carol Ann Dartnall, age 73, a long-time resident of Thomaston passed away in Danvers, Mass. on Nov. 2, 2012 after a heroic battle with cancer.

Born in Quincy, Mass. on Jan. 6, 1939, she was the daughter of Gerald Hutt and Mary Ann "Minnie" Hutt of Wollaston, Mass. Carol graduated from N. Quincy High School.

Carol is survived by her brother, Bruce Hutt of Quincy, Mass., three children who loved her dearly, Deborah Hanson of Newburyport, Mass., David Hanson of West Newbury, Mass., Donald Hanson of Cherry Hills Village, Colo. and her six beloved grandchildren: Taylor, Nathan, Jack, Kendal, Rowan and Harper.

Carol was a spirited, fun-loving person who always had a big smile and a kind gesture for those she came in contact with. She especially loved her life and friends in Maine.

At her request, no service will be held but donations may be made in Carol's memory to The Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston, 75 Sylvan St., Suite B-102, Danvers, MA 01923 or at

We love you Mom and miss you very much.

Comments (3)
Posted by: terry walsh | Nov 10, 2012 12:48

So sad to hear of Carols passing, I knew her quite well during my friendship with her late husband, John,to whom she was a devoted companion.Always smiling and cheerful. My condolences to her family. Terry Walsh

Posted by: Jil Rawlinson Moccia | Nov 08, 2012 12:51

I first met Carol when she worked at the Samoset Gift Shop year's ago, she always greeted me with a smile and a kind word.  I will miss running into Carol at the Puffins Nest, she loved to talk with love and pride about her children and grandchildren.  She will indeed be missed by all who knew her.  Love and best wishes to all of her family, may you find peace in your hearts.

Posted by: PETER LAMMERT | Nov 07, 2012 10:32

To Carol's family. I am saddened to read of your mothers passing. For years I enjoyed talking to both mom and dad when ever I encountered them around Thomaston. After retiring from the water company, he continued to do the back flow testing on seasonal services around town and mom kept the prettiest patch of flowers around the fire hydrant at the corner of Erin street

Now I won't be able to pass teh blue house on the corner without thinking about them.

With sympathy, Pete Lammert Tree Warden, Thomaston, Maine

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