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Ariella Hart

Ariella Carlson Hart

 

April 21, 1988 - April 19, 2020

 

She was born Ariella Jean Carlson on April 21, 1988 in Arlington, Virginia. She moved with her family as an infant to Minnesota, and eventually to Texas, where she attended Plano high schools and Collin County Community College. In 2012, she married the love of her life, Jon Hart.

 

Ariella was a bright and beautiful young lady. Her warm personality lit up every room she entered.  She was built to love, be it her family, her husband, or her friends. If you were a wayward soul or a dog without a home, crossing her path was your lucky day. She had an unwavering faith in God and his blessed assurance saw her through both good times and bad. Although she lost many battles, she ultimately won the war as God pursued her with his grace all the way to victory at heaven's door.

 

Ariella was a volunteer at Juveniles United Now, Intentionally Transforming Youth (JUNITY). In lieu of flowers or for anyone wishing to leave a memorial in her name, you may do so at https:/wearejunity.org/  or Nexus Recovery at https://www.nexusrecovery.org/

 

Ariella was preceded in death by her husband, Jon Hart and her grandfather, Harlen Lunde. She is survived by her mother Rosa Rednour, stepfather Jay Rednour; her father Brad Carlson and stepmother Rachel Carlson; brothers Kenneth Carlson, Donovan Rednour, and Jacob Carlson; grandmothers Olinda Soto and Jeanie Lunde.

 

During this complex and troubling time for the world, it is not possible for those of us who loved her to mourn together.  We plan to have some form of future service when it is practical and safe to do so.

Condolences

Dana Mullen April 29, 2020

Uncle Jersey City , New Jersey

My heart is confused and cut to the quick. You leave us too alone my sweet and gentle niece.