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(Jan. 29, 2018) -- Max Arthur Hartman, age 74, of Buchanan, Georgia, passed away Jan. 24. He retired as vice president of operations with Stag-Parkway

Former Stag-Parkway VP, Max Hartman, passes away

BUCHANAN, Ga. — Max Arthur Hartman, age 74, of Buchanan, Georgia, passed away Jan. 24.

He was born March 7, 1943, in Elkhart, Indiana, son of the late Warren Arthur Hartman and Marie Bernice Schwalm Hartman.

He retired as vice president of operations with Stag-Parkway and was the owner and operator of American Pie Pizzeria in Carrollton, Georgia.

He was a member of First Baptist Church in Douglasville.

He is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Brenda L. Willey Hartman of Buchanan; his children, Becky and Doug Campbell of Buchanan, Andrew “Andy” and Anna Hartman of Canton, Ohio; Angie and Gary Smith of Zebulon, Georgia; and Joy Hartman of Carrollton, Georgia; brothers Rudy and Lavonda Hartman, Terry and Su Hartman and Tom and Joyce Hartman, all of Wakarusa, Indiana; and four grandchildren.

A memorial service was held on Jan. 27 at Hightower Memorial Chapel in Douglasville, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org. Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at www.martin-hightower.com.

Martin and Hightower Heritage Chapel of Carrollton oversaw arrangements.

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  1. Sorry to hear that Max passed away. He was a Great Man to deal with at Stag and understood the needs of his customers and treated us all like friends.