Brett Hart

Yuma, Arizona

Jan 13, 1971 – Apr 19, 2019 (Age 48)


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Yuma Mortuary & Crematory Obituary

Brett was born on January 13, 1971 and passed away on Friday, April 19, 2019. Brett was a resident of Arizona at the time of passing.

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LtCol Hart was my OSO. He was, and always will be, an inspiration to me. I will always be one of his Marines.

LtCol Hart was my OSO at Indianapolis, IN and brought me into the Marine Corps. I worked with him every day for three months at the Recruiting Station in Indianapolis before I went to The Basic School. I learned a great deal from him during that short time and always admired him and his career. Thoughts and prayers to all of his friends and family.

RIP, Brett.

Our hearts and prayers to the family in this dark time. We will all miss Brett as he was a rock on which many of us relied. Im forever grateful that he took time to help some NROTC students from Illinois navigate the hoops to come in. We will kiss you brother.

I will keep your family in my thoughts!!! It breaks my heart that this happens to much. My thoughts are with all the veterans. I pray that God will wrap his arms around all of them so this does not happen.

There are no words that will take away the pain you feel and the feeling of loss.
You may draw comfort in the knowledge that he was yours, you loved him and you still love him.
That is yours - to keep close to your heart.
From all I have read, he was something special and gave his all in everything he did. There is comfort in that. There is comfort in knowing knowing he lives on in your children and every time you look at them, you will see that.
Know that you are...

I have no words and can not imagine your pain but I will never stop praying for peace and endurance during this time, and during the time when things become quiet after.

Thank you for your years of service. To Molly, so sorry. To Riley and Gannon, so sorry for the loss of your dad. Time will help heal. I lost my dad when I was a teen, Molly can tell you how old that makes me, it will get easier with time, one day at a time.

Our hearts are broken for all of you as our prayers continue. We are sorry to know that we will not be able to know better, this part of our family that we were so very proud of. Sending hugs and much love.