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Ardell M. Hartmann


Ardell M. Hartmann, nee Wetzler, 82, of Waterloo, IL, died December 12, 2020, in Columbia, IL. She was born January 10, 1938, in Maeystown, IL.


She is survived by her daughter Julie (Scott) Upchurch; grandson Michael Upchurch; sisters-in-law; brothers-in-law; nieces; nephews; & cousins.


Ardell is preceded in death by her husband Leroy H. Hartmann; son Jeffrey C. Hartmann; parents George and Lena (nee Fauss ) Wetzler; sister Luella Aycock; brothers Wilbert, Raymond, Emil, Willis, Roland, Robert, and William Wetzler.


She is a member of St. Paul UCC Waterloo and retired from 1st National Bank - Waterloo.


As an expression of sympathy the family prefers memorial contributions to: 
Multiple Sclerosis
Amercian Cancer Society
St. Paul UCC - Waterloo


Visitation:
4 PM to 8 PM Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at Quernheim Funeral Home


A private service will be held.
Interment at Kolmer Memorial Cemetery in Waterloo, IL
 


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Julie, I offer you my sympathy with the passing of your mother. Sorry I didn't get with you at the service at church, but I did want to let you know how I smiled sitting in the sound booth when Pastor Lisa read your words of remembrance. That's also the way I remembered Ardell. Always friendly and smiling, knew no strangers, gift of gab, always cleaning and tidying up. I also remember seeing her at church quite often, and usually at the contemporary service that I attended, and she always made a point to say "hi". We will miss her.

Steve Crook Dec 16 2020 12:00 AM

When we first moved to Waterloo in 2006; Leroy and Ardell were the first to welcome us. I was riding my bike around the neighborhood and she was out cleaning up the acorns in the street. That was Ardell. She spoke to me and when I told her we had moved in behind her, she welcomed me and we soon became good friends. We started to get together and play cards and had lots of laughs and fun. She loved her little treasures and when we had our garage sale, she make my daughter and I laugh because she couldn't stop coming over and buying them. She was a wonderful person and will be sadly missed. Donna J. Glynn

Donna J. Glynn Dec 12 2020 12:00 AM