|Lloyd R. Hartt of 824 Anderson Drive, Saint John West, husband of Joan G. (Bryden) (Stewart) Hartt, died at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Wednesday.
Born in Saint John, a son of the late Gilbert E. and Maud (Rutherford) Hartt, he had been a lifelong resident of this area and had owned and operated Hartt Lumbering Co. in South Bay for many years.
He served overseas with the Carleton York Regiment during the Second World War.
He was a member of St. Luke’s Anglican Church, the Westfield Golf Club, the Kiwanis Golden K Club of Lancaster, the United Commercial Travelers, Ducks Unlimited, the Ball Lake Fishing Club and the Masonic Lodge. He was a former member of the Saint John Executives’ Club and was an honorary life member of Carleton Curling Club.
He served as a councilor in the former City of Lancaster.
His father passed away in 1950, mother in 1954, his first wife, Lois Jean (Stevenson) in 1978 and brother, Donald in 1978.
Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, L. David of Edmonton and Brian of Halifax.; three stepdaughters, Janet (Mrs. J. C. Stewart-Robertson) of Fairvale, G. Dianne (Mrs. Roy Moase) of Hampton and Susan Stewart of East Riverside; three grandchildren; several nephews and nieces.
The body is resting at Brenan’s Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row. Visiting hours at the funeral home 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Cremation will take place at Brenan’s Funeral Home Crematorium.
A memorial service will be held at St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Main Street on Saturday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Philip Ward conducting the service. Organist, Michael Saunders, will accompany the church choir. The Very Rev. Donald Noseworthy will be present in the congregation.
Members of the Kiwanis Golden “K” Club of Lancaster attended in a group.
Interment will take place in Greenwood Cemetery.
Among many floral tributes received, were those from the National Systems Group. Halifax; the Carleton York Association, Saint John; Norman W. Francis Ltd; Business Sales and Service, M.T.; and members of the division of humanities and language.
Among the numerous donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, were those from Taxation Component Taxation, the Taxation Adult Division of Revenue Canada; the Information Processing Section of Revenue Taxation; the Lancaster Kiwanis Golden “K” Club; the staff of R.M. Scott Insurance; Lakefield Elementary School; the management and employees of Donald E. Beckett Ltd; the C.G.I.T. graduates, 1991; the board of directors and members of Carleton Curling Club; Ball’s Lake Fishing Club; and the partners and staff of Doane Raymond.
Donations were also made to the New Brunswick Heart and Stroke Foundation; the Canadian Arthritis Society; the Canadian Diabetes Ass.; VON Saint John; the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation, Inc., including those from the officers and members of Council No. 755, U.C.T. and the Perfect Chapter Circle, Moncton; the Shriners’ Hospital for crippled children, Montreal Unit, including one from the Worshipful Master, officers and brethren of Carleton Union Lodge 8 F and AM; the Kidney Foundation of Canada; the Multiple Sclerosis Society; Hospice of Saint John, Inc.; Hampton United Church Women; Trinity Anglican Church. Kingston; and Woodstock Association for Community Living.|