I attended grade school at Washington with Larry and always considered him to be a good friend. I was lucky enough to reconnect with him recently and I am very sorry to hear that he had passed away.
May his memory be eternal for he is worthy of everlasting memory.
Marsha and Ryan, I am praying for you and your family. Larry had a positive influence on a lot of people.
Larry was a wonderful friend who will be sorely missed. He was the only golfer I’ve ever met who used a Driving Iron to hit the golf ball. Long, far and straight. Loyal friend and hard working while at General Motors. He could always be counted on for a big grin. Heaven has gained a good man. Rest In Peace my friend. We’re praying for Peace for Larry’s family.
Dear Hartman family,
So sorry to hear of the passing of Larry, I went to high school with him at Marion.
Have not see him in years but do remember this very kind young man.
God bless you all at this sad time.
Joyce Arnold Pappas
Marsha and family,
We are surrounding your family with much love and prayers of comfort.
The Richards family
Mark, Carol, Kelly, Mark Jr. and Eric
I knew Larry since grade school, he was such a nice guy. I didn't know he was in bad health, he will surely be missed. May GOD rest his soul. RIP My friend.
I have known Larry since he and Marsha began dating. He has always been a wonderful person and devoted family member. My husband and I are so sorry about his passing. He is going to be greatly missed by so many, including us. Fly high with the angels Larry. Love you!
Lois and Doug Corbin
So sorry to hear of this. I will always remember both of you from Bethel as strong believers in Christ. You supported everything in the church from opening your home for Bible study to countless other endeavors.
I know that Christ will comfort you in your time of loss. It's wonderful to see that you have so many grandchildren.
Very sorry when I heard the news. I know the Lord will lead and guide you through this tragedy and to know that Larry loved the Lord and will be with him should be a comfort. Love all of you.
My condolence to the family & friends of Larry Hartman. As you cherish the many fond memories, reflect on the time when sickness & death will be conditions of the past! (Revelation 21:3,4; 1Corinthians 15: 26) This is what our loving God Jehovah has promised & Jesus Christ himself guaranteed the hope of seeing our loved ones again. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 26:19)
May God’s word comfort you at this time & each day to come, as we await the fulfillment of his promises! (Joshua 23:14)
I met Larry and Carol in Kindergarten at Washington school. Larry was my 1st kiss under the table in the Kindergarten room. I can't remember whose idea it was, but it only happened once. That is my sweet memory. Remembering the good times will bring your family comfort.
I am Laura Bechtol's sister and we lived on Brinker Heights growing up. Laura was a good friend of Larry and Bette Jo. I am so sorry for your loss. But you must know that He is looking down on you with the Angels also. Maybe he will see Laura in Heaven.
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