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Richard W. “Dick” Hartman

1939 - 2021

Richard W. “Dick” Hartman, 81 of Old Orchard Rd. Milton, entered into eternal life with Jesus on May 12, 2021. Born in Milton on November 30, 1939 he was the son of the late Nevin and Doris (Mertz) Hartman. He was married on July 2, 1960 to the former Judith Mensch who survives. Dick was a 1957 graduate of Milton High School and he retired from ConAgra in Milton. Earlier he worked for many years at Continental Can Company in Milton. He served in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard for eight years. Dick was a lifelong member of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Milton where he served on several committees. He was a member of American Legion Post 71 in Milton, the Milton Lodge F&AM 256, the Scottish Rite Lodge in Williamsport and a member of the Keystoner’s Drum and Bugle Corps. He was a former Manager and Coach for the Continental Can Softball Team. Besides spending time with his family and his love of Golden Retrievers, Dick enjoyed fishing, gardening and had an appreciation for classic cars. In his retirement Dick drove a school bus for Milton Athletics, he loved attending the events and supporting the kids. He is survived by his wife, Judie; a daughter Mindy S. Hewitt and husband, Steve of Milton; a brother, Robert Hartman and wife, Gay Marie of Ingram, TX; and a sister, Cheryl Wilver and husband, Jerry of New Columbia. A graveside service with military honors will be held in Harmony Cemetery in Milton at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25 with the Rev. William Gibson officiating. In lieu of flowers donations are requested to St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, 102 Lower Market St., Milton PA 17847 or to Mostly Mutts, 284 Little Mountain Rd., Sunbury, PA 17801

Condolences

So Sorry to Hear of Dick’s passing Our Thoughts and Prayers are with each and everyone!
Cheryl, Jodie, Mindy, Keeps His Memories alive in Ur ❤️ And Talk About Him Often!
He was a Wonderful man! Enjoyed Him and his wonderful Smile

So sorry to hear of his passing. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you. He had a great smile and I will always remember the fun we had at the "Hartman Picnics" Love, Carol and Joe (Hartman/Smith)

so sorry to hear this. He was a nice man and classmate. He will be missed.

Dick was a great guy. Always upbeat and friendly. I will miss our conversations.

So sorry to hear that Dick has passed away. My sincere condolences to you and the family. My prayers for you and the family.

To Judy & Family,
Dick was a good friend with a great smile. Many great Keystoner memories. He loved driving the Milton High School athletes to their events. Rest in peace, my friend.

Judie, Mindy, Bob, Cheryl & family,
It is with great sadness to hear of Dick's passing. There are so many wonderful memories of his kindness and our family gatherings over the years. I'll always cherish his kindness and caring when he planted flowers at my parent's gravesite over several years at McEwensville Cemetery. Dick was always helpful to others as well. I always admired his landscaping abilities and the love of his family. He will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers for you during this time of sorrow. Love & hugs, Nancy (Grittner) Hartman-Froh.

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