Hartert, Lisa A. (Charleston)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Lisa Hartert
Lisa Hartert

Lisa A. Hartert, 52, a resident of Charleston, Tennessee, passed away October 2, 2017, with family by her side at Erlanger in Chattanooga.

Lisa was a 1982 graduate of Bradley Central High School. She attended Cleveland State Community College and University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She loved kids and taking care of them. She was an avid Tennessee Volunteer Football Fan. Lisa was inspiration to many as she battled Multiple Sclerosis for the majority of her life. Anyone who met her was captured by her spirit and strength. She had a smile that would light up any room. No matter her situation, she never stopped caring about everyone else. She has inspired everyone that she has encountered to be a better, stronger, and happier person. Lisa was of the Christian Faith.

She is survived by her loving husband of 32 years, Ronald Hartert; her son, Dexter and wife, Jessica; her daughter, Chassidy; her grandson, Jackson; her parents, T.A. Hicks, Sr. and Barbara Hicks; and her brother, Tommy Hicks.

The Remembrance of Life Service will be conducted on Thursday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m. at the Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services North Ocoee Chapel with Reverend Jeff Baggett and Dr. William Lamb officiating. Interment will follow in the Sunset Memorial Gardens with family and friends serving as casket bearers.

The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday at the Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services North Ocoee Chapel who has charge of the arrangements.

You may share your condolences and your memories with Lisa's family at www.jimrushfuneralhomes.com. 



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