Chris & family, I am so sorry for your loss! I finally was going through my past newspapers and read about your father only today (2/15/14). My thoughts and prayers are with you. Think of you often my friend!
Deb, Chris, and Kim: The man we knew as Mr. Hartman was the man you called "Dad." Those of us who feared him in seventh grade, he accepted as peers in later years. May your memories of "dad" be happy. He assisted many of us as we started our journeys in life.
Chris, Deb, Kim and Hartman family --
You have my deepest sympathy during this difficult time. I offer you my prayers and hope the many loving memories of Clayton bring you peace and comfort.
Dear Deb, Chris and Kim and all family,
I have to echo what Brad and Romona wrote
about your dad "calm, stable, level-headed principal at ML for so many years." When I visited my dad at Oakview I would stop to visit your dad. We would talk about your mom and his visit to New York City (I lived in Harlem, New York City 1991-98) and religion. I liked to listen to his opinion about religion. Know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Brother Tim Tomczak, O.S.C.
Crosier Fathers and Brothers
Dear Hartman family,
We remember your dad well as our calm, stable, level-headed principal at ML for so many years. He was a true servant to the Moose Lake community, and we're thankful to have been recipients of his steady leadership while growing up. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.