Jean Marie Hardy, 46, of Seaside, died Thursday, June 17, 2004, in Portland.

Ms. Hardy was born Feb. 25, 1958, in Cincinnati, Ohio to James and Lucille Bernadette Phillips Hardy. She grew up in Cincinnati and attended school there. Her mother survives, living in Seaside.

In 1992, Ms. Hardy moved to the Seaside area. She was most recently employed as a food server. Ms. Hardy enjoyed spending time with family and friends. They say she was a wonderful mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend who will be greatly missed.

In addition to her mother, Ms. Hardy is survived by three children, Krista Valentine, Raquel Cheri and Eric William Howsden, all of Seaside; the father of her children, William Wayne Howsden of Seaside; two sisters, Deborah Ann Hardy and Nancy Lee Hardy Eldridge of Seaside; a brother, James Charles Hardy of Cannon Beach; four nieces, Nicole Cheri Eldridge, Madison Rose McNamara and Emily Quinn and Micaylah Coley Bezley, all of Seaside; four nephews, Nicholas Wade Eldridge of San Jose, Calif., and Benjamin Alan and Jacob Eugene Bezley, and Alex William Eldridge, all of Seaside.

Visitation is 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at Hughes-Ransom Mortuary, 220 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside, followed by a graveside service at 1 p.m. at Evergreen Cemetery in Seaside.

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