Audrey Rose Harlow died on Oct. 12; she was 85. She was born and raised in White Plains, the daughter of Arthur Rose of New York City and Julia Keeler Rose of South Salem.
She attended White Plains schools until 1949 when the family moved to Elmsford. There, Audrey graduated from Alexander Hamilton High School in June 1951.
Audrey earned both her BS and MS degrees from the State University of New York at New Paltz. Her teaching career spanned 48 years for the Yorktown Central School District where she taught both primary and intermediate grades and was selected to be an Instructional Specialist to assist new teachers.
Audrey lived and worked in Yorktown Heights until she and her husband, Ed Harlow, retired and moved to Fearrington Village in North Carolina in 2008.
Audrey is survived by her husband, Ed Harlow, two children, James Howard Wynkoop and Carolyn Jane Wynkoop, and six grandchildren, David, Beth, Ellen, Katelyn, Ethan and Aaron. Her two children, James and Carolyn, are from her marriage to Douglas Howard Wynkoop who pre-deceased her in 1977.
When living in Yorktown Heights, Audrey was a member of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Mount Kisco. After moving to North Carolina, she became a member of the Congregation at Duke University Chapel where she participated in the Local Missions’ Committee and the Staff-Parish Relations Committee.
Audrey’s Memorial Service will take place at Duke Chapel on Nov. 4 at 2:30 p.m.
Memorial gifts may be sent to the Congregation at Duke University Chapel, Box 90974, Durham, NC 27708-0974.
The Harlow family is under the care of Hall-Wynne Funeral Service. Online condolences: www.hallwynne.com – select obituaries.
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