Vincent H. Hart

Born: Sun., Jul. 15, 1928
Died: Tue., Feb. 12, 2013

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Vincent H. Hart, 84, of Oley, died in the afternoon hours of February 12, 2013, in his residence.

He was the husband of Fay E. (Schmeck) Hart.

Born July 15, 1928, in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Dorothy Wenrich.

Vince was a member of St. John’s Lodge # 435 F & AM, and a member of the Rajah Shrine.  He was also Past President of the former Reading Sertoma Club and was the District Governor for Sertoma International. He was a 50 year member of Indian Hannah Hunt Club.  Vince was a law book salesman, an avid antique collector and dealer and a lifelong musician.  He was a musician while serving in the US Army- Airforce; played in many local dance bands; the Rajah Concert and Dance Band; and the Ringgold Band.  He especially loved to teach music.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children: Brian L. (Suzanne) Hart, Ruscombmanor Twp., and Janet R. (G. Bert) Shirey, Oley; his half sister: Maryann (Joseph) DeAngelo; and four grandchildren: Scott E. (Valentina) Shirey, Anne E. Shirey, Jeffrey L. Hart, and Erica L. Hart.

Funeral Services and Burial in Forest Hills Memorial Park are Private.  However, Friends and Relatives are invited for a time of Fellowship and Refreshment at Golden Oaks Golf Club, 10 Stonehedge Dr., Fleetwood, PA  19522, on Sunday, February 17, 2013, from 3-5 PM.

Rather than flowers, contributions may be made to the Airforce Musicians Association., Inc., PO Box 7723, Colorado Springs, CO  80933.

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   Posted Thu February 14, 2013
The best of the best.Our hunting and comradery memories will last for ever. Those were the best times in our hunting club laughing, card playing, and story telling . And of course what families do together is eat great meals in our hunting club. We will miss Vince forever

Bob & Jennie Bernstel
   Posted Thu February 14, 2013
Years go by and old friends lose track, move away, or just get so caught up the the routine of just living. Jennie and I are so sorry that we haven't been there to visit with Vince while he was still with us. We have so many memories of good times with you and your family. We will be heading south to be in Florida for about a month so we will miss Vince's memorial and life-celebration. We will be celebrating and remembering along with you. Love you all.

John Gualtieri
   Posted Thu February 14, 2013
Dave said it the best. I spent many of my teen and young man years as a member of the hunt club with Vince and Brian. He was always such a fun and happy man and we always enjoyed his company. My condolences to his family.

Livio (Lee) Nave
   Posted Thu February 14, 2013
Fay & Family...Nancy and I want you to know our thoughts and prayers are with you. We know that Vince will be sorely missed by you and the many friends you both acquired through the years. Nancy and I cannot help but remember all the great and fun times we shared and regret that so many years could pass since we were last in your company. One of my fondest memories remains and will always be "The Long & Winding Road" with brass ensemble in a little church in Oley those many years ago...I was proud to be a part of one of your families most important days. Peace be with you and your family now and forever.

Marilyn Kowaleski
   Posted Thu February 14, 2013
Our heartfelt condolences to Fay, Brian and family.

Marilyn and Ron Kowaleski

Steve and Cindy Moyer
   Posted Mon February 18, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to the Hart family. Please remember that Vince will always be with you in spirit and in your memories.

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