CANFIELD — Mary Jean (Nicodemo) Hartman, 85, affectionately recognized by many as Nicki, went to her everlasting residence Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. She believed her everlasting life is safe in Christ.
She was born Sept. 4, 1935, the daughter of James and Elizabeth (Ginnetti) Nicodemo in Canton. She attended South Excessive Faculty, the place she was a majorette.
She married the love of her life, Robert (Bob) Hartman, in 1953 and raised their 4 kids in Canfield, the place they lived the vast majority of their close to 67 years of marriage.
Mary was a gifted material seamstress, first stitching for JCPenney, numerous inside decorators and efficiently ran her personal material enterprise for 33 years. She drove college bus for the Canfield Native Colleges for 10 years. She additionally served as a volunteer for a number of native organizations, together with Canfield Truthful Arts and Crafts; Easterseals Girls Auxiliary treasurer; Fellows Riverside Gardens gardener for 27 years; Toddler Jesus of Prague Guild historian; and St. Christine Church Bereavement group chief and a member of their Soup and Bread Staff.
Mary liked to prepare dinner and bake for household and others. She received many competitions on the Canfield and Ohio State gala’s. Mary all the time liked to bounce. She particularly loved mountain clogging with three native clogging groups from 1993 to 2010. She performed within the pigtail baseball league in class and was an avid Cleveland Indians fan.
Most of all, she cherished spending time together with her household, mates and touring together with her sisters.
She is going to eternally be missed by her beloved husband, Bob; three sons, Jeffrey (Susan) Hartman of Diamond, Robert Todd Hartman of Salem and Matthew (Tonya) Hartman of Canfield; a daughter, Vicki (Invoice) Moore of North Jackson; six grandchildren, Janeil (Bobby) Housel, Clint (Kristen) Moore, Jake (Jenn) Hartman, Cody (Melissa) Hartman, Dylan Hartman and Tori Hartman; 4 great-grandchildren, Madelyn and Benjamin Moore, and Isabella and Calvin Hartman; two sisters, Nena Could of Austintown and Josephine Niles of Boardman; a sister-in-law, Shirley Zambetis; and quite a few nieces and nephews. She held a particular place in her coronary heart for Elana Dattilo.
In addition to her dad and mom, she was preceded in demise by her brother, Michael Nicodemo; sisters-in-law, Helen Ladigo, Irene Lanterman, Mary Louise Williams, Tillie Brickley and Hazel Athey; and brothers-in-law, Pat and Invoice Hartman, all of whom she liked.
As a result of present COVID-19 pandemic, non-public calling hours will probably be held by invitation solely. An open Mass of Christian burial will probably be held for Mary at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, at St. Christine Church on South Schenley Avenue in Youngstown, the place masks and bodily distancing tips will probably be honored.
Personal interment will happen in Inexperienced Haven Memorial Gardens in Canfield.
The household suggests memorial tributes take the type of contributions in Mary’s identify to St. Jude Youngsters’s Analysis Hospital or Hospice of the Valley.
Preparations by Vaschek-Kirila Funeral House. To view this obituary or to ship condolences to the household, please go to www.vaschak-kirilafh.com.