Lottie Mae Hart

Guestbook for:
Lottie Mae Hart

Alpha: April 19, 1921
Omega: February 15, 2012

Office of the Sheriff

from Edgecombe County

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 8:12am

To the Hart family know that God is with you in the loss of your loved one. "Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted." - Matthew 5:4. With deepest sympathy, Edgecombe County Sheriff James L. Knight and Staff.

Dr. Evelyn J. Johnson, Ed.D.

from Tarboro, North Carolina

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 8:30am

I am sorry for your loss and will remember the family in prayer. A message of sympathy, Dr. Evelyn Joyner Johnson, Ed.D., Edgecombe County Public Schools, Board of Education Member, District Three.

The Shaw Family

from Princeville, NC

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 8:44am

Senior Citizens

from Edgecombe County

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 8:59am

"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them." - Revelation 14:13 (KJV) We are sorry for your loss and will remember the family in our prayers. With deepest sympathy, Your Senior Citizen Friends.

Dorothy Barnes

from Richmond, VA

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 12:00pm

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during your time of bereavement. Mrs. Hart was my middle school teacher. She was a sweet lady. Hold on to Gods unchanging hands and He will guide you.

Christine Cherry

from Rocky Mount, NC

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 12:09pm

With deepest sympathy to the family of Mrs. Lottie Hart One of her students in elementary school, Christine Cherry

James and Amy Brown

from Tarboro, NC

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 1:23pm

Mrs. Hart was a very sweet spirited and humble neighbor that our family grew to love. We will miss her. May you look to God for your comfort. The Hart family is in our prayers.

Bessie, Sharon, Trinnette and Sharita Cooper

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 6:08pm

Mrs. Hart was a jewel to our family. She taught us the values of being a Christian woman. Continue to think on those things she instilled in you all and trust God.

Randolph Hinton

from Hampton, Hampton, VA

submitted on Feb 17, 2012 7:46pm

Mrs. Hart was my six grade teacher. she was one of the best teacher I had ever had. she will be missed

Thurman Dortch

from Durham, NC

submitted on Feb 18, 2012 8:23pm

Mrs. Hart was a wonderful leader of the Youth Department of Hart's Chapel Baptist Church. I am fortunate to have grown up in the church, along with her son Michael, under her direction. I will always be appreciative of her very valuable influence upon my life.

James D. Staton, Jr.

from Washington, DC

submitted on Feb 18, 2012 10:38pm

Mrs. Hart was my Sunday School Teacher, Sixth Grade Teacher, Public Speaking Coach and one of the greatest role models I had during my developing years in Tarboro, North Carolina. I credit my success in life to God, My Parents and Mrs. Lottie Hart. She cared about all of us and knew that education was the vehicle that would make a difference in our lives. I thank God for allowing me to be taught by one the greatest educators of our time. She never failed to share her material blessings with others. Thank you Mrs. Hart for your love and support given to me and my family. May you Rest in Peace and enjoy being in the Arms of Our Lord and Savior.

Darline A.C.Johnson

from Richmond, Virginia

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 9:53am

Cousin Lottie was like a mother to me and my family, her spirit of Love will all ways shine on us and her smiling face, words of joy and laugher a true soilder of the cross a real Chambers Women.


from Princeville, NC

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 9:59am

To the late, Mrs. Lottie Mae Hart's family, A God sent woman filled with maternal nurturing influences that was shared unconditionally with her extended children of Edgecombe County school and the community. She was a blessing to me as my 6th teacher and a greater connection for she knew my family on a personal level (my mom baby sat for her and my grandparents attended the same church). Mrs. Hart reminded me frequently of the greater connection (smile). I know she positively impacted so many lives, so I say on behalf of other now adults who attended Edgecombe County schools, thank you Lord for the great, Mrs. Lottie Mae Hart....... Glenda Lawrence-Knight c/o 1987 SWE

Rev. Allen & Rev. Jean Lawrence

from Rocky Mount, NC

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 10:08am

To the family, We are deeply sorry about the lost of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you for ever. We loved your mother very much because she was in deed a wonderful, loving and caring person. It is a very good feeling to know that she is in God's hands now. Michael look to God for comfort and peace. He's right there with you because He promised to never leave you alone. We love you.

Nancy Horne Freeman

from Tarboro, NC

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 11:32am

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Hart Family in your time of sorrow. Mrs. Hart was one of my elementary school teachers and was a very sweet and humble person. She taught me many values of life. She will be missed.

Leah S. Vines

from Pinetops,NC

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 11:36am

Sorry to hear of the loss of your dear love one. You have my deepest smypathy durning this most difficult time.I will keep your family in my prayers. Leah S. Vines National President, G.W. Carver Alumni Assoc.

Eulas Dortch

from Mitchellville, Maryland

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 3:21pm

Mike, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Mrs. Hart was a major influence on my life and to so many other children in our Tarboro and Rocky Mount communities. She challenged us to succeed and gave us an educational foundation from which to do so. I can never forget her dedication to us as students, as future public speakers and for her hard work and dedication to the "Madison Time" dance group, Chester, Otho, Freddie and me. May she rest in peace and always be remembered for her good works. Eulas (Bro) Dortch


submitted on Feb 19, 2012 9:04pm

Truly sorry for your loss. May the fond memories shared bring comfort during this time of great sorrow. (Isaiah 25;8)

Mary Joyner Battle

from Upper Marlboro, MD

submitted on Feb 19, 2012 9:22pm

I am sorry for your loss, I will keep your family in prayer.God will take care of you.

Gloria Batts

from Tarboro, NC

submitted on Feb 20, 2012 1:59pm

My sincere sympathy goes out to the HART family. Mrs. Hart was a beautiful person, loving and caring. She was a great educator. Continue to cherish and treasure the fond memories of a dear and remarkable person. "A Beautiful Soul Is Never Forgotten" and (what a difference one single life made in the lives of so many others). May warmest memories remain.....

Vivian Baker Ollison

from Knightdale, NC

submitted on Feb 20, 2012 3:13pm

Mrs. Hart, was one of my favorite and humorus elementary teachers. Just remenicing and had great memories of her. May the family be blessed and God be with you.

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