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Thomas Wayne Hartman July 18, 1977 - May 9, 2019

Thomas Wayne Hartman, loving father of four, of Southaven, MS died from a gunshot wound at 12:30 pm on May 9th in Memphis, TN at 41 years old.  He was born July 18th, 1977 in Memphis, TN.  He was a career salesman and manager for TAP Enterprises, J&D Liquidators, and most recently American Freight Furniture.  Tommy, as known by friends and family, was highly regarded as a light-hearted friend full of wit and humor and was dedicated to providing a loving home for his children.  He is survived by his parents Frank and Paula Hartman of Southaven, MS and Dean and JoAnn Macklin of Nesbit, MS; three siblings, Tabitha in Rayne, LA and Franklin and Anthony in San Antonio, TX; four step-siblings, Christine in Hernando, MS, Robert in Southaven, MS, Dawn in Southaven, MS, and Tyler of Salt Lake City, UT; his four children, Thomas Jr., Maycee, Peyton, and Delani; five nieces and nephews, and two grandchildren.  A visitation will be held Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Twin Oaks Funeral Home (290 Goodman Road East Southaven, MS 38671). Funeral services are to be held on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. also at Twin Oaks Funeral Home.


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    Joseph Pennington says

    I remember when I was younger he used to pick on me all the time he was a hard working and loving person and father I love u tommy u will be missed fly high

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    Thomas Hartman says

    Thank you all I know my dad was a smart mouth but he was a great man I wish I could go back in make things right with me and him rip dad I love you fly free

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    Norma Kingery-Cunningham says

    Tommy was a smart mouth but I will say he had a heart of gold he always teased me as kids. He didn’t deserve this I’m sorry for his kids his family in general his sister his brother and mom and dad. May y’all find peace of mind…..

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    Carla Nevills says

    My sincerest condolences to the family!!!!! This is truly a beautiful family. What a tragic occurrence to happen. These are truly praying times.

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    Ann Weeks says

    Tommy was an amazing man. He sure will be missed. Continued prayers for his children and for his family.

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