Jeffrey David Hartman

Died: Thu., Jan. 9, 2020


Celebration of Life

1:00 PM Sun., Jan. 12, 2020
Location: White Oak Church


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JEFFREY DAVID "JEFF" HARTMAN

Jeffrey David Hartman, 40 of Hardinsburg, IN passed away suddenly on Thursday January 9, 2020 at 12:08 A.M. Jeff was born in Medina, Ohio on May 2, 1979 to Dallas Oliver and Marilyn  (Warren) Hartman.

Jeff enjoyed a successful career as a tattoo artist for over 20 years. He was an exceptional artist that was passionate about drawing and creating any kind of art.

Recently Jeff broadened his creative talent and started the hobby of woodworking. Jeff loved his guns and knives, doing anything outdoors, listening to many types of music. He absolutely adored his family and friends.

Jeff is survived by his children Sara Hartman and David Saunders; his fiancé Melissa Boldrey and their children Audrey Magner, Garrett Magner, Waylon Dicus, Lane Dicus, Tristen Boldrey and Madelynne Boldrey. His siblings Jason Hartman; sisters Jennifer Hartman and Lisa (Armando) Carcia; his grandmother Viola Warren and father Dallas Oliver.

He is preceded in death by his mother Marilyn Hartman; grandparents Bob and Rosemary Oliver and Grandfather Robert Warren.

A Celebration of Jeff’s life was held Sunday January 12, 2020 at 1:00 P.M. at White Oak Christian Church 14997 N. 50th St, Oblong, IL. In lieu of flowers contributions to the Jeffrey Hartman Memorial Fund C/O Pulliam Funeral Home P.O. Box 121 Oblong, IL 62449

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Pastor Phil Thorne
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020
So sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. He attended the church where I was a Pastor a few years ago. My sympathy to the family.


Brandon Cook (Black Web Ink)
   Posted Thu January 16, 2020
Jeff you were a great man, a better friend and an amazing artist. Our time spent together was stressful and insane most of the days at work but they were valuable and a memory I'll keep in my heart. I am simply lost for words about losing such a great friend. Jeff you are loved and I will keep you alive in my heart and memories. Rest easy Sir Nose. Hope Jesus is ready for a comedian! Love you brother. God bless

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