George L. Hart and Josephine V. Hart (aka Honey) have both died after 72 years of marriage. George, originally of Tuckahoe NY, died on April 13, 2020, in Harrisville, RI with family by his side. Josephine, originally from Masontown, PA, died on June 21, 2021, in Pascoag, RI surrounded by family. Born on August 1, 1926, to Mary (Ryan) Hart of Ireland and George Hart of Westchester County, NY, George worked at Combustion Engineering Inc. in New York City, where he met and courted Honey. Honey was born on August 2, 1926, to Kathryn (Holibska) Bailey and Joseph Bailey in Nicholson Township, PA, where she lived until relocating to the Bronx, NY in the mid-1930s. They were married on October 1, 1949, in New York City. They are survived by their 4 children. Robert (Rosemary), Dennis, Kathleen Harrington (Paul), and Timothy (Robin). Also surviving are 12 cherished grandchildren, Daniel Hart, Christopher Hart, Jesse Hart, Jeffrey Hart, Kelly Hart, Amy Hart, Ryan Harrington, Zachary Hart, Tim Harrington, Brielle Grassey, Michael Harrington, and Hollie Hart. They are also survived by 13 beloved great grandchildren and predeceased by one great grandchild. Over the 72 years of their marriage, George and Honey lived in Port Chester, NY, Paramus, NJ, Holden, MA, Wellfleet, MA and Harrisville, RI. Over the years Honey worked at a Cape Cod thrift shop where she honed her skills at rehabbing articles happily shared with all family members and friends. She thoroughly enjoyed crocheting and throughout her life created granny square blankets for all family members. George was active in the Boy Scouts serving as Scoutmaster and District Commissioner for many years. They loved gardening and travel, visiting many European countries. While living on Cape Cod, they were active in the Irish Club and Polish Club. They thoroughly loved all the people in their life with all their heart. Theirs were lives well lived. The family will hold a private service at Our Lady of Good Help Parish, Burrillville, RI.
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