Dorothy Green Hartvigsen

July 9, 1939 ~ October 17, 2020

Dorothy was born July 9, 1939, in Salt Lake City to Horace and Ina Green. She passed away on October 17, 2020, at the age of 81, after a short battle with cancer. After graduating from West High School, she then attended the University of Utah for several years. Dorothy married Don
Hartvigsen on August 2, 1957, in the Logan Utah Temple, and they had 5 children: Susan (James) Allen, Tom (Carol) Hartvigsen, Ann (Joe) Sumsion, Michael Hartvigsen, Robert (Louise) Hartvigsen. They have 11 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren: Matt (Patricia Rodriguez) and Clara Allen; Emily Allen; Adam (Lilli), Ethan, Laurelei, and Bella Hartvigsen; Luke Hartivgsen; Jacob Hartvigsen; Samuel Hartvigsen; Kathryn (Preston) Bee; Benjamin Hartvigsen; Joshua Hartvigsen; Abbi Sumsion; Jodi Sumsion. Dorothy was very active in her church and worked for many years at the Salt Lake City Public Library. Dorothy was an avid reader and a very talented seamstress and quilter; she loved making quilts and giving them
away to friends and charity. Dorothy was a very generous person and made friends wherever she went. She was preceded in death by her parents Ina and Horace Green; brothers Ralph, Elden, Allen (Red), and David; and her sister Helen. Dorothy is survived by her husband, Don;
brother, Steven; sister, Reta; and her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.


So sorry to hear about Dorothy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Don. Richard and Linda

- Linda Christensen
To the Family of Dorothy Hartviigsen sorry about your loss. Sent to you by Ray and Janice Tolman.

- Ray and Janice Tolmam
So sad to hear of Dorothy's passing. She was (is) a wonderful kind, gentle person. I know she will leave a hole in her families life. She was a good friend. Ann Warnes Yuill

- Ann W Yuill
I was so sad to hear of Dorothy's passing. I just Loved Dorothy and thought the World of her. She was such a Good Friend. I Loved all our outings with her, Mom and Laurnell. I will miss her dearly. May Peace and Love be with your Family. ❤❤❤

- Shella Shingleton
Dorothy was the very Essence of Kindness and Love and Charitiy !! One of the Sweethearts of the Rose Park Seventh Ward ! Kindest regards to the Hartvigsen Family !

- Douglas K. Harding
I am so sad to loose my childhood friend. We went all through school together and stayed close friends all our lives. I will miss her visits and sweet presents. She was so proud of her family and we spent many hours talking about our families. I will always keep you in my heart. You were a very special part of my life. Love You Sharon

- Sharon Winn Glasgow
We grieve with you on the loss of your wonderful mother. She was generous with her smile and positive attitude. She was a good friend and she will be missed by many. We stand by to offer love and support at this sad time.

- Susan Wayment
Dear Ann, Joe and Family, I express my sincere sympathy at the loss of your mother. May the Lord bless you with peace and comfort at this difficult time. We are blessed, through the Gospel, to know we will be with our loved ones again. Dorothea Muelleck

- Dorothea Muelleck
Don and family. We really miss our Rose Park friends. The Seventh Ward will not be the same without Dorothy .

- Lowell and Nancy Gould
I'm so sorry for your loss. I thoughts Sister Hartvigson was so sweet always smiling. She will be missed.

- Terrie (Wayne/Hughes) Rodriguez