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Lance Gordon Hartmann

December 22, 1962May 2, 2019

Lance Gordon Hartmann was born on December 22, 1962 and passed away on May 2, 2019.

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Sean Malloy

May 17, 2019

Lance was one of those rare people who I could sit down with, no matter how much time had passed, and we'd pick up right where we left off. I'm devastated to learn of his passing. My heartfelt condolences to his family and others who loved him.

Steve Cannon

May 11, 2019

Lance and I became friends through a computer bulletin board system back in the 80's before there was an internet. Shortly thereafter he moved to Austin to join the tech scene. He and I became best buddies and went on several ski and SCUBA diving trips together. He was a confidant and one of my best friends in Austin. I am still in shock that he is no longer with us and will be grieving his loss for some time. I will always have fond memories of Lance.

Shirley Ma

May 9, 2019

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Lance Hartmann. My thoughts and prayers are with Lance's family. It was a joy to work in the presence of Lance. He will be truly missed, my deepest condolence.

Elizabeth ONeill

May 9, 2019

My sincere condolences to Lance’s family. I was so sad to hear this news.

Lance and I were high school friends. Our lives took different roads after graduation and we lost touch.... but whenever I think back to those days, I will always do so fondly because of him. He had a big heart, was genuine, down to earth and the kind of person you wanted to aspire to be like.

Heaven has gained a truly good soul.

Deanne Grayson

May 8, 2019

Lance and I shared all our classes together in 9th grade and because of this, we quickly became best friends...and continued throughout high school. We made up Latin jokes, danced at discos, snuck into adult movies, did all our homework telephonically , and we laughed and cried together through all four years of high school. Although we went on very different paths after high school, we were in and out of contact over the past 35+ years, even if thousands of miles away. I will truly value and love everything that was you Lance and I will miss you dearly. Live and love life to the fullest in your afterlife. My sympathies go out to your family.

Jim Everett

May 8, 2019

I was shocked when the news reached me of Lance's passing. I had known and worked with Lance since 2005 when we hired him at NextIO. He was truly one of the most honest, hard working and honorable people I've ever known.
He also had a great sense of humor. He was truly one of a kind.

As I send my most sincere condolences to Lance's family, know this; his parents must have done a lot a things right to have raised and put forward on this Earth such a fine and decent human being.

God Bless.

Jim Everett