Obituary of Harriet Ulversoy
Harriet Ulversoy, Longtime Marcella Resident & Proud Norweigan
Harriet Ulversoy passed peacefully on August 3, 2019. She shared 94 years of love and faith with her family and friends. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, August 10th at 12 noon at the Norman Dean Home For Services, 16 Righter Avenue, Denville. Interment to follow at the Denville Cemetery. Friends may visit with her family from 10 am to 12 pm.
She was born in Bergen Norway on May 7, 1925. After her schooling she worked as a baby nurse in Norway. She married Alfred Ulversoy on October 30, 1949 and they came to America on February 20, 1950. They settled in Brooklyn, NY until moving to the Marcella section of Rockaway, NJ in 1958. In 2010 they moved to Denville, NJ. She raised their four children and made a beautiful home for her family.
Harriet was a longtime parishioner of Holy Tinity Lutheran Church in Marcella, the church that her dear husband designed and helped to build. She was also a member of Nor-Bu Lodge in Lake Telemark. She loved animals and flowers and always had gardens blooming. Above all she loved her family and was the proudest Bestemor to all of her grandchildren.
Predeceased by her husband Alfred, her son Dennis and her eight siblings; she leaves beautiful memories to her children Vivian Spitalny (Brett), Philip Ulversoy (Sharon Messier), Allan Ulversoy (Christina) and Susan Ulversoy, widow of Dennis; her grandchildren Corissa Ringer, Ariann Dennison, Leif Ulversoy, Sean Ulversoy, Tiana Ulversoy, Kiersten Ulversoy, Kyle Ulversoy, Tristan Ulversoy and Jonathan Ulversoy; great grandchildren Brooke, Brandon, Anna, Luke, Maia, Jaxon, John & Caden; and many nieces, nephews, dear relatives and neighbors.
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