Michael was my brother in law. But I consider him a brother. He had been in my life since I was two years old. He was a great man and he will be missed by our entire family. We love you Mike, always and forever. RIP until we meet again. 🥲💔❤️
Rest in peace good buddy.
Mike was a true brother of the Company D 151 Infantry, Airborne Ranger Veterans. He served with honors in Vietnam in 1969.. The men stayed in close contact most of their lives upon returning home in late 1969. Many reunions and get togethers for breakfast, Veteran Day Parades, and Christmas luncheons. Mike was there most of the time talking about sports, his grandkids, and of course Sharon. You will be missed Mike!!! Love you!!C
Rangers Lead the Way!!
I knew Mike from softball to Pickleball and he was always a joy to be around. His sense of humor and joking around made playing with him and against him a fun experience. Definitely going to miss him.
Matt, DanYelle, Cam, Makenzie, Nash, and Finley…our deepest condolences on the loss of this good man. May you find comfort and peace in your shared memories. Love you.
So sorry for your loss my prayers go out to the family. Mike was a great person and always a fun person.
Matt, so sorry for the passing of your father. The pain of losing a parent leaves a part of your heart missing forever. Prayers for God to accept your father in heaven and guide you and your family through your difficult times.
Sharon and Matt
I’m so sorry for your loss. Micheal was such a nice and funny guy and everyone loved him. Matt your mom will need you more than ever. So you guys stay strong through these tuff times and let God heal your souls.
A warm and welcoming man – he was a family man who had no problem looking at other people as part of his family. He will be missed – but his legacy and precious memories will live on!
Sharon and family, my name is Patty Oskay and I worked with Mike at Acorn Distributors for many years, he was my sales rep in Evansville – which we all knew was “God’s country”. Funny story, with in the last year or less, I was calling a customer with an 812 area code and absent mindedly called Mike! When he said hello, I said John (the customer I was calling) and he said “no” and I said “Mike?” and he said “Patty?” We talked for a few minutes and caught up with each others lives over the past years, my how time flies! I truely enjoyed our conversation with him, he was still the same funny guy I knew.
I am sorry for your loss, Mike was a great – funny guy and I am grateful for the time I shared with him Acorn. I will keep all of you in my prayers.
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Michael Wayne Hart, 74, passed away on May 5, 2021. He was born on February 12, 1947, to Jodie Hart and Myrtle (Marshall) Hart in Evansville, Indiana.
Mike served the country as an Airborne Ranger in the United States Army. He enjoyed golfing, especially with his golfing buddies. Mike and his wife Sharon shared a love for their hobby of pickleball. He was very social and enjoyed spending time with friends, whom he thought of as family. He loved to dance with his wife; they would be the first to step out on the dance floor. He was a wonderful man and loved his family more than anything. He cherished time spent with his grandchildren. He was an avid sports enthusiast in which he shared with his son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren. He was the world’s best Pap Pap. He was so deeply loved.
Mike was preceded in death by his parents Jodie and Myrtle Hart and his 10 siblings.
Mike is survived by his wife of many years Sharon Hart; son Matthew (DanYelle) Hart; grandchildren Makenzie, Camden, Finley, and Nash; and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family. He lived a blessed life of great connection through his family, friends, and brothers in the Army. He will be missed greatly.
Visitation will be from 11 am until the time of service at 1 pm on Friday, May 7th, 2021, at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
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