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Jason “Sid” Hartmann

Jason “Sid” Hartmann, age 46, of Lafayette passed away Sunday, December 24, 2023 at the New Ulm Medical Center in New Ulm.
Memorial service will be 12 p.m. Saturday, December 30, 2023 at First Lutheran Church in Lafayette. Pastor Bob Miner will officiate. Burial will follow in the First Lutheran Cemetery in Lafayette. Following the burial, a celebration of life will be held at The Warehouse in Winthrop.
Livestreaming of the memorial service will begin at 12 p.m. on Saturday and can be viewed on Minnesota Valley Funeral Home’s Facebook page.
A private family visitation will be held prior to the service.
Dress Sid style…very laid back and casual, just as he was.
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Sid is survived by his wife, Angie Hartmann of Lafayette; children, Owen, Karli, and Madalyn Hartmann; mother, Diane Hartmann of rural Gibbon; mother-in-law, Lorie Gieseke; father-in-law, Mike (LeAnn) Haas; sisters, Rosanne (Ryan) Freitag of Hector, Karen Lyimo of Gibbon; brother, Curtis (Krista) Hartmann of Winthrop; sisters-in-law, Tera (James) Willaert, Paula (Justin) VanDeest, Kayla (Adam) Portner; brother-in-law, Jeff (Tootie) Haas; nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and so many other wonderful friends and family. He was preceded in death by his father, Michael Otto Hartmann; grandparents, Otto and Mary Hartmann, Marcella and Elroy Bargmann; father-in-law, Henry Gieseke; and many extended family.
Jason “Sid” Michael Hartmann was born April 18, 1977, to Michael and Diane (Bargmann) Hartmann. He grew up on the family farm in rural Gibbon and graduated from GFW in 1995. During his high school years, he helped out at the family farm and worked a few other jobs, eventually making farming with his father and brother his lifelong journey. On October 10, 2009, Sid was united in marriage to Angie Haas at First Lutheran Church in Lafayette. Their union was blessed with three children. In his free time, Sid enjoyed going fishing, golfing, bowling in the men’s bowling league, and going on adventures with family and friends wherever that may have been. Sid was always good for having a beer or two or three with family and friends and standing around bull shitting into all hours of the night. His family was the most important to him. Any chance he could he was there for them. He leaves behind so many happy memories and his legacy will live on through everyone who knew and loved him. Above all else, Sid loved spending time with his family. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him. Blessed be his memory.

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