Kevin Thomas Hartman

June 16, 1960April 14, 2018

Kevin Thomas Hartman, 57, of Louisville was born on June 16, 1960 and passed from this life on April 14, 2018. Kevin was in the maintenance department with Highview Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his father, Norman Hartman, Jr. Left to cherish his memory is his children, Kassi Carter, Nia Wallace, Kory Wallace and Megan Bower; his mother Edith Hartman; sisters, Brenda Choate, and Linda Perkins (Barry); brothers, Norman Hartman III (LeaAnne), Michael Hartman (Diane), and Charles Hartman; several grandchildren and several nieces and nephews, and several great nieces and nephews. Cremation of the remains was chosen. A memorial service for Kevin will be held at 7:00 pm Thursday in the Southern Chapel of Arch L. Heady & Son, 3601 Taylor Blvd. The family will receive friends after 6:00 pm.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, April 19, 2018

Kevin Thomas Hartman

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Dee Sheeley

August 7, 2018

30 + years ago we met and became soul mates! I will deeply deeply miss him! I can’t believe you’re gone!

Kassi Carter

April 19, 2018

I will never forget my father. When I was a child I always remember my Dad as energetic and the life of the party. I think sometimes he was just as much of a kid as we were. When he worked for Uhaul he would make us the coolest box forts that would take up his entire living room. We would play for hours building these massive forts. He always had just as much of an imagination as we did. I also found my love for rock and roll thanks to my Dad. He first introduced me to Metallica and I will never forget how excited I felt listening to my first rock album and bonding over music with him as a kid. I also remember he would let us watch Bevis and Butthead, and the Ren and Stimpy cartoons, it always mad my mother mad but I loved it! Now i look back and it makes me laugh. He taught me to not take myself too seriously and to always have fun. Dad I know that you are watching over us now and I want to thank you for being my father. I love you always and forever.