In memory of
Nina M. Hart
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In memory of
Nina M. Hart
Hart, Nina M. Saline, MI Nina M. Hart of Saline, MI. Go with the grace of God, and with the fleeting light of the sunset, she did. On Saturday, March 7, 2020 after an extended hospital stay trying to recover from planned heart surgery, Nina Marie Hart of Saline, MI, 70, departed this world surrounded by her loving family and friends. Nina was the beloved Bride of James K Hart. They shared a twenty-one year long marriage of love, laughter, and celebration. They both brought into this union, children from previous marriages. She was the mother of Aura Blach (Tanner) and step-mother of Jimmy, Joe, and Alyssa Hart. She had six grandchildren who are Robert and Kaiya Blach, Lark Hart, Olivia and Mackenzie Martin, and Heidi Adkins. She was the daughter of William and Lillian Forester of Muskegon, MI. She was the youngest sibling and is survived by brother William J. Forester and sister Sandy (Forester) Bloem and half-brother Theodore Mikkelson. Preceded in death by her first husband Robert Tanner and companion Phil Schindler. Nina was a blessed and deeply loved woman. Her passions were cooking, entertaining family and friends, gardening, music and dancing to it, many crafts, and her pets. A Celebration of Life will take place in either June or July, date to be determined by when gathering limitations are lifted. To leave a memory, to sign her guestbook, or for more information please visit www.rbfhsaline.com .
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301 East Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI 48176
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In memory of
Nina M. Hart
Hart, Nina M. Saline, MI Nina M. Hart of Saline, MI. Go with the grace of God, and with the fleeting light of the sunset, she did. On Saturday, March 7, 2020 after an extended hospital stay trying to recover from planned heart surgery, Nina Marie Hart of Saline, MI, 70, departed this world surrounded by her loving family and friends. Nina was the beloved Bride of James K Hart. They shared a twenty-one year long marriage of love, laughter, and celebration. They both brought into this union, children from previous marriages. She was the mother of Aura Blach (Tanner) and step-mother of Jimmy, Joe, and Alyssa Hart. She had six grandchildren who are Robert and Kaiya Blach, Lark Hart, Olivia and Mackenzie Martin, and Heidi Adkins. She was the daughter of William and Lillian Forester of Muskegon, MI. She was the youngest sibling and is survived by brother William J. Forester and sister Sandy (Forester) Bloem and half-brother Theodore Mikkelson. Preceded in death by her first husband Robert Tanner and companion Phil Schindler. Nina was a blessed and deeply loved woman. Her passions were cooking, entertaining family and friends, gardening, music and dancing to it, many crafts, and her pets. A Celebration of Life will take place in either June or July, date to be determined by when gathering limitations are lifted. To leave a memory, to sign her guestbook, or for more information please visit www.rbfhsaline.com .
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Services Provided By
Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home, Inc.
301 East Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI 48176
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