Glenda Jean 'Jeanne' Hartman
On September 27, 2022, Jeanne Hartman, beloved wife, mother, sister and grandmother, passed away at age 72. Jeanne was born in Bethany Oklahoma to Wilmer and Mildred Courtroul on July 26, 1950. She graduated from Bethany High School and shortly thereafter, eloped and married her husband, John, in 1968. Jeanne and her husband lived in many different states during their 54 years of marriage, finally laying down permanent roots in Oregon in 1990. Jeanne had 2 children, Kathryn and John "Tony," each of whom she loved fully and unconditionally. In 2005, Jeanne was blessed with a grandson, Elija. Jeanne worked as a Customer Service Manager at Boyd's Coffee in the early 90s. In 1993, Jeanne and her husband co-owned Grand Central Bowling Alley in Portland. In 2002, Jeanne started working in Human Resources at Pamplin Media Group until she retired in 2012. Jeanne was an avid reader. She loved dancing, sewing and traveling to tropical destinations. She was happiest spending time with family and friends. Jeanne took care of people. She was warm and loving and always greeted those close to her with a huge hug and kiss. Jeanne would help any person in need. Her smile and laughter drew people in and she made friends easily. Jeanne cherished her grandson, showering him with affection whenever they spent time together. Jeanne was a devoted wife to her husband and one true love, John. Their love endured through thick and thin and Jeanne often stated that the happiest day of her life was the day she married John. Jeanne will be remembered for her kind heart, big smile and generous spirit. She is survived by her husband, John Hartman; her children and their partners Kathryn Burton (David) and John "Tony" Hartman (Tonya); grandson Elija Hartman; sisters, Susan McGhee and Carol Morgan and nephews and nieces, all of whom she loved and cared for deeply. Jeanne was preceded in death by her parents and eldest sister, Pam Barton. Please join us in celebrating Jeanne's life Thursday, October 6, 2022, at 2:30 pm at Willamette National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to your local women's shelter or Veterans Services group.