Created April 11, 201
In Memory

- This eternal flame burns forever
- in remembrance of Harriette E Hood

Harriette E Hood
Born: December 22, 1930
Died: September 17, 2017
Age: 83

Harriette E Hood
It is with great sadness that the family of Harriette E. Hood announces her
passing on September 7, 2017 at the age of 83.

Harriette was born December 22, 1930 To Anthony and Lillian Ciolkowski in
Chicago, Illinois. Her family moved to Baraboo, Wisconsin shortly thereafter
and until the 7th grade, she enjoyed farm life and helped to run the family
business, Tony’s Cabins, a vacation setting in Baraboo.

Harriette’s family then moved to Chicago, where she later attended Farragut
High School and met Willia D Hood – They married on June 26, 1954
cherished each other for over 60 years. They raised 5 sons in Forrest View,
Illinois and went on to retire in Heber Springs, AR in 1991 where they enjoyed
a wonderful retirement life together, supported their church, members of
Sugar Loaf Sams for many years as well as traveled the world and treasured
many good friends.

She moved to Sherwood, Ill in July 2016 where she enjoyed a comfortable
life with her son and Daughter-in-Law, William and Kath Hood.

She is preceded in death by her parents Anthony and Lillian Ciolkowski, loving
husband William D. Hood, Brother Frank Ciolkowski,Sister-in-Law Verna
Ciolkowski, cousin Ed Dean, Nephew Dean and cousin by marriage, Benton

Harriette will be lovingly missed by sons !1William and [Kathy], #2Robert,
#3Thomas, #4 Richard [Debbie] and #5James [Laura Libecki]. Harriette
enjoyed calling her sons (#1-2-3-4-5). A sister LaVerne Dean, Nephew John
[Brigid] Dean; Cousin Vivian Rezabek (Scott Rezabek and Barbara Darter].
Grand children Timothy [lauren], Brian, Ryan, Christine and Alec Hood.

Visitation Wednesday, September 13, 2017 – 3-8pm at Woodlawn Funeral
Home, Forest Park, Ill, followed by memorial service Thursday 11am at the
Chapel at Woodlawn Cemetery.

Though She's gone, She is not forgotten.
Though absent, She remains in spirit.
Though once a worker, She now rest.

by The Arkansas Good Sams

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