Suesie (Turgeon) Hartman

Born: Mon., Feb. 12, 1962
Died: Tue., Nov. 13, 2018


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Mon., Nov. 26, 2018
Location: Zimmerman-Auer Funeral Home, Inc.

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Nov. 26, 2018
Location: Zimmerman-Auer Funeral Home, Inc.

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Suesie Turgeon Hartman, 56, of Bowmansville (Lancaster) died Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at Penn State Hershey Medical Center after a short illness. She was the wife of the late Jay G. Hartman of Bowmansville.
Born on February 12, 1962 in Shenandoah, PA. She was the daughter of Arthur P. Turgeon and the late Rowe (Bova) Turgeon.
Suesie was a 1984 graduate of Marywood College of Sranton, PA. Suesie was a self-employed as a Reiki Master, Intuitive and author. She enjoyed all things metaphysical. She was also an animal lover, supporting many local and national rescues, both monetarily and with her gift of Reiki. She was previously employed with Liberty Mutual and Ohio Causality Insurance Companies.
In addition to her father, she is survived by a stepmother, Vicki Turgeon; a sister, Shannan Thomas and her husband, David of York Haven and 2 Aunts, Rosemarie Golas of New Germany, PA and Patricia Makosky of Portage, PA and also her best friend Virginia Weidner of Ellicot City, MD.
Funeral service will be held on Monday, November 26, 2018, 11 a.m. , at Zimmerman-Auer Funeral Home, Inc., 4100 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, PA  17109.  Viewing 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the funeral home.  Catholic burial will follow in Resurrection Cemetery in Harrisburg.
Memorial contributions may be made in her name to Feline Solutions Cat Rescue in York.

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Cathy Hartman-Legourd
   Posted Tue November 20, 2018
Wow - we are in class one day and the next week it all changed. Years we have been friends and family, mentor and mentee...

I know us both being Lightworkers means we will always have a contact in some way. I will miss your earthly ways. We were far from finished. You left to do more important work I am sure than mentoring me. Leaving me to figure it all out from here. Well, lady, you know, you were the only one i trusted. :)

Franck and I are grateful for your love, for saving my life twice and are deeply sadded you will not be here.

I will meet you on a star! Love to my cousin Jay.

Cathy and Franck Legourd

Jeff and Debbie
   Posted Wed November 21, 2018
We are sending our condolences to Suesie's family. When we met Suesie, we instantly bonded -- she is the most loving, caring person we have ever met. We miss her dearly and know that she is in a good place where her work continues -- helping others! Thank you Suesie for all that you have done for us and for the love you have shown and continue to show. With lots of love, always -- Jeff & Debbie

Shelly Jean Ulrich
   Posted Mon November 26, 2018
I honor the passing of Susie, and all who are affected by her transition to spirit. I regret that I am not able to attend today and send much love to those to am she is important. I wish to share how she impacted my life . One of the most influential people in my 47 yrs, Susie Hartman was far more than a teacher, lightworker, mentor & proponent of helping others to trust their own intuition and connection to creator . Shaping my world and who I am very literally... She helped me accept and honor my intuitive aspects, understand health challenges & to navigate many extremely difficult areas of my life. I can say without a doubt she has saved my life & that of my eldest son .. I was held at gunpoint for a day (in 2006) by a mentally ill person ... Susie helped me to make sense of my foreknowledge of such a thing coming. Moreover she added such specific details & spiritual support that I knew when it would transpire, how to best navigate it & especially to send my son away with friends for that weekend . I remain grateful for Susie, Jay (& yes even their cat & Lindsey dog) for being hosts , teachers & friends. I Regret that I had not been able to keep "in the loop" and involved as much as I'd have liked to in last few yrs. A force of nature such as Susie will remain a part of my life in many subtle ways . I hope to walk my path in a way that honors the wisdom she modeled for me & by continuing as she has done to assisted & empower others in their spiritual journey . Love , light & blessings , Shelly Jean Ulrich .

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