Jeremiah Hart­ley

The Herald (Rock Hill) - - Obituaries -

CLOVER, SC - Jeremiah Wag­ner Hart­ley died Jan. 1, 2019. He was born March 22, 1984 in Chat­tanooga, Tenn.

Hewas pre­ceded in death by his grand­fa­ther, Wilton (Bill) Pick­ett, and aunt, Karen Hart­ley Skip­per.

He is sur­vived by his wife, Tif­fany Kraha Hart­ley, and new­born son, Jami­son Wag­ner Hart­ley. Other fam­ily mem­bers in­clude his par­ents, Jim and Johanna Hart­ley; sis­ters, Bri­anne Hart­ley Hager and Tay­lor Hart­ley (Har­ri­son) Bost­wick; grand­par­ents, Jim and Jeaneine Hart­ley and Janette Pick­ett; un­cleWil­liam Phillip (Pam) Pick­ett; aunts, Deb­o­rah Pick­ett and Leesa Hart­ley (David) Rom­pre; and nephew, Bryson Hager.

He grad­u­ated from Red Bank High School, where he was known as Toad, in 2002 and was the Chat­tanooga Look­outs’ mas­cot while earn­ing his bach­e­lor’s de­gree in busi­ness man­age­ment from the Univer­sity of Ten­nessee at Chat­tanooga (UTC). Upon grad­u­a­tion, he en­tered Ma­rine Of­fi­cer Can­di­dates School in Quan­tico, Va. and was pinned a Sec­ond Lieu­tenant in 2007. He as­cended to the rank of Cap­tain in the United States Ma­rine Corp, while serv­ing sev­eral tours in the Mid­dle East. After leav­ing the Corps with honors, he re­ceived his master of busi­ness ad­min­is­tra­tion from UTC’s Gary W. Rollins Col­lege of Busi­ness. He worked at Lance Sny­der and Red Ven­tures in Char­lotte, N.C. be­fore pur­chas­ing a farm in Clover, S.C., where he raised res­cue dogs, goats, chick­ens and minia­ture pigs. Work­ing with his an­i­mals on his farm gave him peace and joy. His fam­ily gave him the nick­name of Dr. Doolit­tle be­cause of his sweet na­ture with an­i­mals of all kinds.

Jeremiah was a gre­gar­i­ous per­son, who made ev­ery­one around him smile. He was loyal, trust­wor­thy and put his fam­ily first. He was over­joyed about the im­pend­ing birth of his only son, who joined the fam­ily five days after his death. His fam­ily loved him ev­ery day hewas on this Earth, are com­forted by the knowl­edge that he al­ways knew it and will miss him ev­ery day.

Me­mo­rial Ser­vice ar­range­ments will be an­nounced at a later date.

On­line con­do­lences may be made to the fam­ily at www. brat­ton­fu­ner­al­

Brat­ton Fu­neral Home in York, SC is serv­ing the Hart­ley fam­ily.

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