Carol Mae Hardison

Carol Mae (Green) Hardison, 86, was  born in Gallatin, Mo., May 12, 1933, to Harry Leonard and Gertrude Katherine (Elsinger) Green. She was the seventh of ten children. She was raised in Excelsior Springs, Mo., and worked at National Bellas Hess, Guy’s Foods and Hallmark Cards, retiring from Hallmark. She passed March 17, 2020 in Riverside Nursing and Rehab after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.

Carol always loved taking care of her children, being with family and friends.

Her laughter and love will be sadly missed by all.

She is preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Geneva Christensen, Phyllis Green, and Wilma Craven; brothers,  Vincent “Bud” Green, Dennis Green, and Darnell “Dutch” Green; and her baby granddaughter, Angela Dawn Asberry.

She is survived by her sisters, Jenice Wollard and Ellen Smith; and one brother, Wayne Green.

On January 25, 1953, she married Glen Hardison.  They had five children, all survive: Joyce Ellebracht and Charles, Judith “Judy” Domann and Max, Anita Wills, Cynthia “Cindy” and Bill Putman, Robert “Bob” Hardison and Debra; grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Nathan Ellebracht and wife Ruth, children Charlotte and Clark; Lory Fehlig and husband Edward, daughter Marianne; Mark Ellebracht; Jason Hardison and wife Sarah, son Jonah; Danny Domann and wife Brittany, children Miles and Evie; Chad Domann and wife Sara, children Brett and Jacob; Jeremy Domann and wife Julie, children Alex, Nick, Brynn, Avery and Mayson; Brandy Hudson and husband Stan, children Paige, Harlie and Michael; Paige and Caleb, Benjamin, James and Wesley; Lesley Stewart and husband Matt, children Taylor and Brianna; Lindsey Dabney and husband Doug, children Kaylum and Hendryk; Sarah Garrett; David Garrett, sons Levi and Calvin; Matthew Garrett; Austin Hardison; Luz Sagrero; as well as many nieces , nephews, friends and family.

There will be a celebration of her life at a later date. In lieu of flowers please send any contributions to Alzheimer’s research of your choice.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

Joyce, I am thinking of you.
Diane Jones

Judy,
I’m very sorry for your lose.  You mother was a fun person that always could smile. Remember the good times, as she will live in you forever.
Kathy

Judy and family, I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I have been there. Knowing that she left some time ago does not make it any easier. She is in a better place, looking down on her family and keeping them safe.
Karen Dewey

Judy,
I am so sorry for your loss.  Your relationship with your Mom is a precious one and no one can ever touch it.  I pray for peace and comfort during this difficult times and may the memories of your Mom surround you and bring you comfort.
Love,
Kerrie

So sorry for your loss.  Prayers and thoughts for you and your family!
Diane Betteridge

Joyce, Charlie & Family.  You are in my prayers. She will join many others in her eternal home.
Marie Ivnik

I am a former Hallmark employee that worked with Carol at the Liberty Distribution Center. I remember how she was always kind to co-workers and helping out if she could. She listened and shared stories and we would all have a good laugh. She is a precious person that will be missed especially by her family. Heartfelt condolences to you for your loss.
Wanda Koehn