Richard “Bryan” Hartman, 52, of Warsaw, Missouri was born on June 30, 1970. He left this world unexpectedly on November 16, 2022. Bryan had a “Heart of Gold” that was placed in him at an early age. This eternal gift from God carried him through the many Joys and struggles in his life. Bryan graduated from Grandview High School in 1989. He joined the U.S. Navy right out of High School. His best friends and his brother Sonny all joined different branches of the military at that time. After his military service, Bryan learned the trade of floor covering and he excelled at this trade through the years. He was a perfectionist and took great pride in every job he did. Bryan loved to fish and enjoyed the beautiful ponds on his property, “Turkey Creek Oasis”, in Warsaw, MO. First thing in the morning along with his coffee he would throw out many fishing lines. He enjoyed cutting wood and riding the 4-wheeler with his son Jeremy, and on occasion sat in the deer stand with his brother. He also helped maintain the family cabin located on the Lake of the Ozarks. He loved playing the guitar and rocking out to Led Zeppelin. Bryan would help anyone at any time and would give you the shirt off his back, literally. He loved his friends and family dearly. He met Susan, his best friend, and the love of his life at the age of 21. He married her on December 8, 2007. He helped raise his stepchildren and was a big part of his granddaughter Angelina’s life. He was very proud of them all.
He was proceeded in death by his grandparents; Bill Greathouse, Bill and Vida Arnold, Bill and Betty Hartman and a brother, Richard Youngblood.
He is survived by his wife Susan and children Jeremy Miller, Chrystal Miller, and Franklin Carter. His grandchildren, Tony, Angelina, Adrian, Dylan, and Aleah. His parents: Dan and Sheryl Hartman, Richard Youngblood. Brothers: Sonny Hartman (Trisia), Anthony Youngblood (Julie),
Sisters: Julia Larimer (Chad), Jo Lynn Lane (Mike), Sherry Hartman (Josh), and Rachel Tinnin (Tim).
Bryan also is survived by many uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews, and lifelong friends.
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