Jillian A. Harden

December 24, 1980November 24, 2019

The community is sadden with the sudden passing of Jillian A. Harden 38, of Hinsdale, NH, who died on Sunday, November 24, 2019 at the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital in Brattleboro, VT, as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Hinsdale.

She was born in Franklin, NH on December 24, 1980, the daughter of Jennifer Woodworth and Barry Richardson. She grew up in Keene, NH.

Jillian trained as a licensed nursing assistant and worked in that field until her marriage to her husband, Todd W. Harden. Jillian and Todd operated the Puppy Railroad Rescue and took pride in caring for sick and abandoned puppies and dogs. After Todd’s passing, Jillian could no longer continue her work with the rescue and raise three children.

She was a loving mother and was dedicated to her children. She enjoyed watching their school and sporting events.

She was a member of the First Congregational Church of Hinsdale.

She will be greatly missed by many, especially her three children, Dylan Harden, Charlotte Harden, and Garret Harden, all of Hinsdale, her mother, Jennifer Woodworth of Swanzey, NH; her father, Barry Richardson of Brady, TX; two brothers, Justin Richardson of Keene, Todd Richardson of Brady, TX; a sister, Lisa McMillan of Ayer, MA; her maternal grandmother, Beverly Hyde of Boscawen, NH and Peterborough, England; her uncle, Lee Woodworth and his wife, Pam and their children, Shawn and Jessica, of Penacook, NH; her aunt, Annie Rata and her husband, Nigel and their children, Evie and Lilly, of Peterborough, England; and several nieces, nephews and extended family members. Jillian was predeceased by her husband, Todd W. Harden in 2011; and her maternal grandfather, Geoffrey Hyde.

A memorial service will be held on Sunday, December 8th at 1:00pm in the First Congregational Church of Hinsdale, 36 Main Street, Hinsdale.


8 December

Memorial Service

1:00 pm

First Congregational Church of Hinsdale

36 Main Street
Hinsdale, New Hampshire


Jillian A. Harden

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