Michael Hartman

January 28, 1970 - May 11, 2021

Visitation: Private

Service: A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.

Michael C. Hartman, age 51, of Franklin Park, passed away suddenly of natural causes on Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Beloved son of Jack and Sandy Hartman; loving brother of Debb, Karen Jay (Tim), Kevin (Melissa), Brad (Brenda), Brian (Tracey); and cherished Uncle to seven nieces and seven nephews.

Mike’s true love was fishing. He also treasured organizing fantasy football, golfing, fond memories of his many trips to Appalachia with his church group, and listening to music. Mike enjoyed working at Target for 21 years. He was a friend to all where he loved organizing social activities for his coworkers.

A Memorial service will be held in the future. At the family’s request, please do not send flowers. You may direct memorial contributions to be made in Mike’s name to St. John Neumann’s Appalachia Project or your Favorite Charity.

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  • Kristin Turcsanyi

    I had worked with Mike at Target for twelve years. He was a good friend, and kept in contact with me even after I had left the job. I’ll truly miss our conversations about music, vacations, gardening, and Pirates baseball games. Thoughts and prayers to the Hartman family.

  • Shelly and. Ike Kyriazis

    Dear Sandy & Jack and the entire Hartman family
    Mike was an amazing kind person. He loved to
    share about his wonderful family whenever we would see him outside working in the yard. He would always stop and talk.
    We are so sorry for this incredible loss and sadness you are all going through. You are in our thoughts and prayers! Love Ike and Shelly

  • Eliza Winters

    Mike was truly an amazing person. I got to know him at target. I loved hearing his fishing stories. all about golf and Mike was a true Pittsburgher who loved all the sports teams. He will be greatly missed by his target family. I will be praying for your family at this hard time. I will be praying for Mike.

  • Sarah Schneider

    I met Mike in 1990 on my first St. John Neumann Appalachia Workcamp in Kentucky when he rode “shotgun” in a 15 passenger I drove for the first time! When we moved to Preston County,WV in 1992, Mike and I got lost trying to find a lumber yard the first time. He and his twin brothers were always a welcome addition to the trips. Will miss his smiles at Target!

  • Carol Benefield

    My sons grew up in Franklin Park across the street from the Hartmans. And we have many fond memories of great times with Mike. Lots of love and laughter!

  • Chrissy Speer

    So sorry to hear of Mike passing.
    I will always remember all the football chats from the past couple of years.
    Sending many prayers.

  • mike and sandy bauder

    sandy and jack we are so sorry for your loss and especially because we werent there to support you! mike will be in my prayers even though by all accounts he is with our lord!

  • Cat Litchko

    My deepest condolences 💐 to Harty’s family. I met Harty 13 yrs ago at Target as a new Logistics supervisor and he was my backroom guy. He made the new girl from California feel comfortable in a place far away from home. We became friends instantly talking about our love of football, even though I’m a Raiders girl, and our love for music. Especially the 80s. Harty would always send me things on fb and we would chat. This news truly makes my heart sad. Harty was a great guy! Will miss talking with him or taking quizzes he would pass along. Until we meet again Harty! When I need a life line for music trivia you better send it down. Rest now my friend! ❤️

  • Arno Puntsel

    Mike was a great coworker, so sorry to hear of his passing,

  • Nancy Fay

    Dear Hartman Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. He was such a blessing to you and to those who knew him. May he rest in the arms of Jesus. Love & deepest sympathy, Nancy

  • Lynn Clifton

    I worked with Mike at Target for 2 years. We traded 80’s bands quizzes daily. I’ve kept in touch with him for the 10+ years since. He kept me up to date on Jergels shows he knew I liked. I will miss that guy!

  • Jim Piroga

    Mike was our morning DJ for the truck unload at Target. Truly sorry to hear of his passing. He will be greatly missed.

  • Kelly Masse

    Mike was a great friend. I had the pleasure of working with him at Target for 10 years, and we kept in touch after I left there. He always kept things light-hearted and fun. My prayers are with his loved ones. He will be sorely missed. Truly sorry for the loss of such a wonderful person.

  • eleanor zerega

    Mike was a very special person I got to know while working with him at Target. He will be greatly missed by all that ever met him.
    He is in our thoughts and prayers.


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