Kristen Hardman: 1972 – 2012 |

Kristen Hardman: 1972 – 2012

Kristen Hardman

1972 – 2012

Kristen Hardman of Hot Sulphur Springs, CO died on April 5, 2012 at St Anthony’s hospital in Denver due to complications during surgery.

Kristen was born in Price, Utah on May 4, 1972. She was very talented in music and dance. She was in The Nonstop Dance Company and they performed all over Utah for various events. She was also the head of the drill team at her high school and did all the choreography for them and later taught dance classes at Linda Johnstun’s School of Dance. She was also an excellent clarinet player in the school band, and also learned to play the piano.

Kristen graduated in 1990 from Carbon High school in Price, Utah and attended some college at the College of Eastern Utah.

She joined the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints when she was a teenager, and was always very active with it. She married Craig Hardman on June 27, 1991, they had four children Conor 19, Korianne 17, Matthew 12, and Noah, 7. Kristen was a homemaker, but also worked at the Safeway bakery and later started a cleaning company.

She is survived by her husband and children, her parents William and Margie Schade of Granby, CO. Her grandparents Norm and Dorothy Curtis, Her sister Karen (Yaro) Smolira of Hot Sulphur Springs,CO, brother Nick Schade, numerous uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.

There was a viewing at the Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 10. The funeral will be held at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, at the Convention Center at the Inn at Silvercreek, and a graveside service at 2 p.m. at the Cliffview Cemetery in Price Utah on Friday, April 13.

Leave a condolence for the family, share a story about Kristen or add a photo to Kristen’s “Book of Memories” at Mark H. Shearon, funeral director, Grand County Mortuary, is in charge of arrangements, 970-725-9010.

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