Cari A Painter

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Cari Anne Painter, 68, died January 28, 2021, at her home in Danville. Cari was born on, June 14, 1952 in Princeton, New Jersey, daughter of the late William Merritt Beaney, Jr and Patricia Daniels Beaney. From her mid-teens through most of her adult life, she lived in the Denver, Colorado area. Cari moved to Danville in 2010 to be closer to her sister. Cari was a graduate of the University of Denver. She was an accomplished horse woman in her younger years. Cari had a kind soul, treasured her friendships, and was an animal lover. She enjoyed reading and word games and was a faithful Denver Bronco fan. She is preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her sister, Barbara Beaney (Gus Bell); and her beloved dog, Jazzie. Please sign the online guestbook or send a Hug from Home. Please sign the online guestbook or send a Hug from Home.

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  1. Cari was my dearest friend, surrogate sister and confidant. We shared all the good and bad times over our many years as friends. I will cherish my memories of Cari always. My heart is hurting deeply and I send my love to you Barbara, Gus and Jazzie. May she rest in peace.

  2. Cari Painter lived next door to me for about 10 years and was such a good and valued neighbor. We enjoyed talking about our dogs and about the joys of walking and swimming. I will miss her friendly presence. Sending comfort to Barbara in her loss and comfort to Jazzy, Cari\’s devoted dog. –Kathy Barbour

  3. I always enjoyed spending time with Cari at the Bunny Davis pool in the summers. She loved the water and water aerobics class. She was a sweet person, and will be missed. Faith Atmore

  4. I was so very sorry to hear that Cari passed away. We had become friends on Facebook and bonded over our love of animals, especially our dogs. Sending prayers for Cari\’s family and Jazzie.

  5. Barb, so sorry for your loss. And I am sorry that I never had met Cari. If you all were anything alike, wow, did I miss knowing a super person! My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Fondly, Marji

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