Obituary: Beverly Sue Hartmann |

Obituary: Beverly Sue Hartmann

Funeral services will be Monday, March 13 for Beverly Sue Hartmann, who died March 3, 2000, at Liberty, Mo. She was 55.

Mrs. Hartmann was born Dec. 31, 1944, at Slocum, R.I. A marketing manager for Onecu Federal Credit Union in Topeka, Kans., she was a member of the Hosanna Evangelical Lutheran Church at Liberty., and enjoyed antiquing and decorating. She had spent holidays and vacations at South Lake Tahoe through the years and had made many friends in the area.

Survivors include her husband, Dennis Hartmann of Liberty, ; mother, Evelyn Jackson of San Andreas, Calif.; daughter and son-in-law, Evelyn and Jerry Heath of South Lake Tahoe; step-daughter, Stacy Denis Hartmann of Concord, Calif.; brothers, George Jackson of Lincoln, Calif., and Donald Jackson of Paradise, Calif.; sister, Eleanor Brown of Napa, Calif.; and grandson, Mark Raymond Nunes.

Visitation will be Monday, March 13 from 10 a.m. to noon in the McFarlane Mortuary Chapel, followed by funeral services at 1 p.m. at Hope Lutheran Church of the Sierra, 930 Julie Lane. Burial will be at Happy Homestead Cemetery.

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