Mr. Harold G Hartsock

April 25, 1929December 21, 2017

Harold G. Hartsock, 88, passed away on December 21, 2017 in Lake Mary, Florida. He was born on April 25th, 1929 in Cumberland, Maryland to Palmer & Leah Hartsock. Harold grew up in Maryland until moving to State College, Pennsylvania where he graduated from Penn State University with an accounting degree. In 1958 he moved to Florida and in 1964 moved to Sanford where he owned a CPA firm for 42 years, in partnership with his son for 35 of those years.

Harold was the treasurer of the Sanford Kiwanis Club for over 40 years and treasurer for the Sanford Salvation Army for over 25 years. In his spare time Harold enjoyed working in his yard and boating on the St. John’s River.

Harold is survived by his wife of 69 years, Louise Hartsock, his sons Stephen (Lori) Hartsock and Donnie (Renita) Hartsock and his daughters Barbara Sharp and Mary Jane Ingram, along with his 9 grandchildren and 5 great-granddaughters. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Harold’s name to the Hospice of the Comforter in Altamonte Springs.


Mr. Harold G Hartsock

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Bruce and Meta Scott

January 12, 2018

Our prayers are with your family during your time of grief.

Meta Scott

January 11, 2018

Friends, Jesus will once again fill your mouths with laughter and your lips with shouts of joy! JOB 8:21NLT. We are lifting your family up to our Great Comforter. We love you greatly.

Jackie Jones Royal

January 8, 2018

Thoughts and prayers to the Hartsock family. Mr. Hartsock was a great man and will be missed.

Ross Robert

January 7, 2018

Harold was a man of utmost trust who served his community with outstanding quality and value. His family have my finest condolences.

Scott Milsom

January 7, 2018

My condolences to the Hartsock family, Mr. Hartsock was a good man, best wishes to you in this difficult time.

January 7, 2018

I just saw that Mr. Hartsock passed away. Renee and I send our deepest sympathy to all of you and you are in our thoughts and prayers.
He sure loved those trips on the St. John's.