After a long and courageous battle with a blood disease called myelodisplasia and congestive heart failure my father Norman Hart passed away February 9, 2011 here at home.
He was a veteran of the Korean war where he fought on the 38th Parralel Line,Pork Chop Hill, Baldy Hill and Heartbreak Ridge. He was also a bronc and bull rider
and continued to love and care for horses even up into his elderly years. An avid fisherman and hunter he loved the Wind River Range of mountains in Wyoming where we will scatter his ashes this summer around the 4th of July. As a special tribute to my father we are planning a Lone Charger Memorial Procession which we think would be
appropriate for him since he loved horses and fought in the Korean War. The
Memorial Procession is led by a lone riderless
horse with a pair of boots set backwards in the stirrups and the saddle stripped. An old horseman tradition.
His talents were many. Wonderful dancer, artist, mechanic and creative person in everything he did. He could take a piece of junk and make something beautiful with it.
His wildlife oil paintings are scattered all over the U.S.
We love you and you will always be in our thoughts....
Your loving daughter... Marcie
"Hold The Reins In On Her"