OBITUARY

Lewis Hartwell

August 3, 1925December 25, 2012

Lewis Donald Hartwell Lewis (L.D.) Hartwell, of Northampton went home to be with the Lord on December 25, 2012 at 87 years of age, at his son’s home in Macedonia. He was born in Princeton, West Virginia as the oldest of five children. Proceeded in death by his loving wife of 64 years Hazel, parents, Lewis and Lena Hartwell, sisters, Betty Thomas, Shirley Hoza and Jacqueline Nowlin and grandson Jason Donald Sattie. Lewis (L.D.) was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his children Vickie (James) Sattie & Rev. L. Donald (Tonya) Hartwell II, as well as his grandsons, Spencer, Logan and Ayden Hartwell, great granddaughter Kaelyn Sattie and brother James (Bobby) Hartwell. L.D. served the 3 C’s before enlisting in the Army during World War II where he drove a truck pulling large artillery and was classified as a marksman. Returning home he married in 1947 and worked as an auto body repairman in West Virginia until obtaining a job at the Ford Motor Company Walton Hills Stamping Plant in1954. He loved to deer hunt, fish, and attending the Rogers Flea Market. He enjoyed spending time in North Carolina close to his family while fishing in Arrowhead Beach or at the Outer Banks. He is currently a member of Faith Community Fellowship in Sharon Center, OH where his son serves as the pastor. Friends will be received at Catavolos Funeral home 3653 W. Market Street, Fairlawn,Friday, December 28th, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM and A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Faith Community Fellowhsip, 1320 Ridgewood Road Sharon Center, Saturday 11 AM. Memorials may be sent to F.C.F. PO Box 343 Sharon Center, OH 44274 for their Outreach Fund.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, December 28, 2012
  • Visitation Friday, December 28, 2012
  • Funeral Service Saturday, December 29, 2012
REMEMBERING

Lewis Hartwell

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Jeanne Cummings

January 2, 2013

Donnie and Vickie, So sorry about your Dad's passing. This has been a hard time for you and your family. It will be worth it all when we join him and get to see our Lord and Savior. Praying that God's comfort will support you during this time. You are loved.

Don Moses

December 29, 2012

If ever there was a man that could be called truly successful it was LD. He served his country, was a devoted husband and father,retired after working at the same company for thirty years and most important entered heavens gates hearing the words Welcome my good and faithful servant. I am blessed to have known and been able to spend time with LD. Seeing the smile on his face everyday showed me he knew in his heart he did the most with what God gave him. LD will be missed but knowing he is in heaven walking in full unfettered strides with Hazel in one hand and Jesus in the other puts a smile on my face,and I hope yours also.

John & Tammy Nunnally

December 28, 2012

Don, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Bill & Louise Weddington

December 28, 2012

Our sympathies & love to you & your family Don. L D was a wonderful loving man. We celebrate his Homegoing to be with Jesus. We would be with you however we are out of state this wrek. You are in our hearts & prayers.
Love Bill & Louise

Marty & Toni Hoza

December 28, 2012

Donny & Vicki, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Patty Corley

December 27, 2012

I am so sorry for the loss of your father and my uncle. I have many good memories of him and aunt Hazel. I know he is with aunt Hazel now and also his other sisters including my mom. My thoughts and prayers with you and your family. Love, your cousin Patty

Jack & Shirley Roderick

December 27, 2012

We share in your loss, even though we only met him a few weeks ago. To know him, was to love him, and we did.

KATHI HUBER First Merit Bank

December 27, 2012

It was a pleasure to be Lewis and his beloved Hazel's Personal Banker, They were great people and a very very cute couple. When they made Lewis they broke the mold. Together once again .

FROM THE FAMILY