Fairlawn Mortuary

180 Washington Street, Fairhaven, MA


Carol A. Brennan

5 August, 19399 February, 2020

Carol A. Brennan, 80, of Dartmouth passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, February 9, 2020. She was the wife of the late Kenneth N. Barry, Sr.

Born in New Bedford, a daughter of the late William F. and Gladys L. (Silver) Hayter she was a lifelong area resident.

Carol worked as an operator for the telephone company for many years. She enjoyed time spent on the beach, clam bakes, and being with friends. She was a social butterfly often spending time at the VFW and American Legion with her husband Ken. Her kindness and generosity will always be remembered. She was an avid blood donor and was given the Red Cross gold plate donor award. She is survived by her pride and joy, a son, David Brennan and his wife Joan of Dartmouth, grandchildren, Heather K. Ricardo and her husband Nicholas, Harrison D. Brennan, Jessica L. Harwood, Ashley E. Harwood, and Christopher M. O’Shea; great grandchildren, Ellie P. Peterson, Mason D. Nunes, Brayden Estrela, and Nora Amaral. She was the mother of the late Lori A. Bush, grandmother of the late Holly E. Brennan, great grandmother of the late Joshua Peterson, and sister of the late William S. Hayter. Her graveside memorial service will be Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 10 a.m. in Riverside Cemetery, 274 Main St., Fairhaven. For online tribute: www.waring-sullivan.com.


  • Graveside Memorial Service Thursday, 12 March , 2020


Carol A. Brennan

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Sally Belanger

9 March 2020

My fun neighbor who I always wanted to make smile whenever I brought over my pumpkin bread... u would then call me and thank me and tell me how you ate the whole loaf in one sitting, boy did you make me laugh... I loved having you come over when I would have cookouts in my backyard and bands playing you were always the life of the party.. rest in peace my friend...

Laurie Traudt

8 March 2020

Oh my gosh Carol!
I always loved your greetings when we saw each other, your frankness and honesty.....So thankfully you were part of my life my friend....xoxo