Vickie L. Hartman
February 6, 1951 - May 15, 2019
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Praise Assembly
3535 North Glenstone Avenue
Springfield, Missouri 65803
417-833-3000 | Map
Tuesday 5/21, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Praise Assembly
3535 North Glenstone Avenue
Springfield, Missouri 65803
417-833-3000 | Map
Tuesday 5/21, 2:00 pm

Vickie Lynn Hartman, 68, Springfield, Missouri, passed away Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Mercy Hospital from lung cancer. She was born February 6, 1951, in Columbus, Ohio, to Garland and Wilma (Perdue) Lanthron. She spent her life in service to those around her. She attended Praise Assembly of God. Vickie was preceded in death by…

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Madilynn left a message on July 19, 2019:
Vickie was my grandma who i loved very very much we made cookies,we went to church.I wish she was still here with me.
Maria Hodnett left a message on May 21, 2019:
I was blessed to take care of Mrs. Hartman at Mercy Hospital during her last week on earth. I only knew her for a short twelve hours, but she touched my heart so dearly. We chatted about her new red Jambu shoes and I told her I was going to get a pair myself to match her. I will think of her every time I wear those sweet shoes. My prayers are with her and her family, who I was blessed to meet as well. Maria Hodnett
Brent Darr left a message on May 19, 2019:
I always enjoyed our visits Vicki I appreciate our friendship I appreciate you so much I will really miss you I'm praying for the family I love you Brent Darr Praise Assembly
Larry & Dawn Hartman left a message on May 16, 2019:
Vickie was a very special lady: warm, friendly, giving, caring. She gave to everyone, was always open and welcoming, quick to offer assistance. Losing her leaves a deep pain in our hearts and hole in our lives, but knowing she is with the One who loves her most makes it easier. She was a great mother and grandmother, aunt, and sister-in-law. Very talented and creative. We will miss her greatly. I am grateful to her family who allowed me to sit with her and them in the final hours. Her family is a testimony of her love and faith.
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