Carol Dianne Dunn

March 11, 1939December 27, 2022
Obituary of Carol Dianne Dunn
Carol Dianne Ogden Harris-Dunn March 11, 1939 – December 27, 2022 Carol Dianne Ogden Harris-Dunn of Kalama, Washington was called home to our Heavenly Father on Tuesday December 27, 2022 in Searcy, Arkansas at the age of 83 following a long battle of COPD. Carol was born in Placerville, California and is preceded in death by her parents Phyla Elsa Jane Alway and Jesse LeRoy (Roy) Ogden, her first husband Lee A Harris, her son Jay A Harris, her second husband Wilkie E Dunn and one brother LeRoy. Carol is survived by her sons, Timothy & (Carol) Harris of Washington, Stewart & (Kelly) Harris of Arkansas, Kevin Harris of Washington, step-daughter Vicki Gray of Texas and step-son David Dunn of California, 9 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. Carol was best remembered by many of her family and friends as kind, loyal, caring and by her giving soul. After graduating high school Carol was a Medical Transcriptionist and served as a Civil Service employee off and on for several years. She and her first husband moved the family from Citrus Heights, CA to Kalama, WA where they co-owned and operated Kalama Campground for many years. In 1972 Carol participated in a 50-mile hiking trip with the Boy Scout Troup in Desolation Valley California, and received a signed letter of recognition from the President of the United States (Richard Nixon). She was an active member of many organizations that included; Eastern Star where she earned the honor of Worthy Matron, Red Hats, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Children of the American Revolution (CAR), Boy Scouts, the Masonic Camping-RV Travelers to which she devoted much of her time. During Carol’s 37-year marriage to her second husband they continued to run and operate the campground as well as travel all around the United States and Canada visiting family and friends. Carol loved good food, crafting, sewing, socializing, spending quality time with family and friends, and always with a wonderful smile that warmed the hearts of many. Carol was always one to be the first to volunteer and help others.

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