Carolyn Ann Hemingway
June 16, 1949 – November 3, 2018
Carolyn Ann Hemingway, age 69, of San Angelo, Texas passed away on Saturday November 3, 2018 surrounded by loved ones. Carolyn was born June 16, 1949 in Abilene, Texas to Ruth Butman Palk and Albert Edwin Palk. She attended Midland Lee High School, Abilene Christian and East Texas State Universities. Ann was married to Forrest Ware Harlow Jr. until his passing in 2002. Later, she married Glen Hemingway in December of 2016. She volunteered with Friends of the Library and Rust Street Ministries and was also a member of Johnson Street Church of Christ. Ann is survived by her husband, Glen Hemingway; mother, Ruth Butman Palk; son, Bill Harlow; daughter, Jennifer Harlow Reeb; sister, Beth Littrell and grandchildren Forrest and Thomas Harlow as well as Glen's children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and many dear cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her first husband Forrest Ware Harlow; father, Ed Palk and brother, Randall Allan Palk. A graveside service for Ann will be held Friday, November 9, 2018 at 10:00 AM at White Church Cemetery in Merkel, Texas. The family asks that memorials be made to Butman Methodist Camp (158 CR 674 Merkel, Texas 79536) Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com for the family.
- Ed Palk, Father
- Forrest Ware Harlow Jr., Husband
- Randall Allan Palk, Brother
- Bill Harlow, Son
- Jennifer Harlow Reeb, Daughter
- Glen Hemingway, Husband
- Ruth Butman Palk, Mother
- Beth Littrell, Sister
- Forrest Harlow, Grandchild
- Thomas Harlow, Grandchild
- As well as Glen's children and grandchildren and dear cousins and friends.
- Graveside Service Friday, November 9, 2018
Carolyn Ann Hemingway
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November 7, 2018
Dear Family of Ann Harlow Hemingway, I am so sorry to hear about Ann’s passing. I knew her when Jennifer was in my third grade classroom. Ann graded papers for me and the whole class of third graders. She was so kind and very helpful. I don’t think that I thanked her enough.
I know that the angels are celebrating her arrival in heaven. She could grade all their papers.