|Birth: ||Apr. 12, 1929|
|Death: ||Sep. 28, 1985|
Joan Amelia Bartley Hager was born in her family home near New Carlisle, OH on 12 April 1929 and she died in her home on 28 Sep 1985 in Beavercreek, Greene, OH. She died from complications of her adult diabetes; that being heart disease. She was only 56 years old.
She was the daughter of Ralph Short Bartley and Miriam Irene Secore Bartley who lived in Jamestown Ohio until moving to Dayton Ohio.
Joan married Samuel Trissler Hager (14 Dec 1917-6 May 1993) on 26 Aug 1949 in Dayton OH at Belmont United Methodist Church by the Rev Verne Klepinger. They had three children (Rebecca Jo Gerber, Dennis Samuel Hager, Douglas Spencer Hager) and six grandchildren (Amanda Jean Gerber, Alicia Marie Gerber, Amelia Katherine Gerber, Nathan Douglas Hager, Stephen Andrew Hager, Chelsea Adele Hager).
Joan had one brother (Thomas Lee Bartley) and three sisters (Martha Belle Bartley Weller, Lillian Irene Bartley Payne, and Karen May Bartley Kaiser).
Joan was born near New Carlisle Ohio and lived in Jamestown OH while very young. She graduated in 1947 from Dayton's Patterson Co-op High School and worked at the old Home Store in Dayton OH and later at Elders & Johnson's department store and then with Elder Beerman department stores. Joan loved working in the baby and toddlers department.
Joan was a christian from her youth and maintained het faith throughout her life. This faith was passed down to her children. She was a member of Belmont United Methodist Church for many years as the Bartley's were one of the founding family's of the church and Belmont Church was the home church of the Hager family. An example of her servant heart is she fixed breakfast ever morning for her family.
Sam and Joan loved to travel and took many fun family vacations to all parts of the continental United States throughout their 36 year marriage and their most exciting vacation was visiting Hawaii.
Joan and Sam loved to garden and she would can lots of fresh vegetables. She was an excellent home style cook. Dinner time was a special family time to connect. They were not monetarily rich but sacrificed for their children who did not want for anything.
Early on in their marriage, she was the care provider for Dora Viola Hager, Sam's mother, who came to live with them, until Dora's passing.
Ralph Short Bartley (1893 - 1941)
Miriam Irene Secore Bartley (1897 - 1980)
Samuel Trisler Hager (1917 - 1993)
Martha Belle Bartley Weller (1918 - 2004)*
Thomas Lee Bartley (1919 - 1988)*
Joan Amelia Bartley Hager (1929 - 1985)
Karen May Bartley Kaiser (1939 - 1992)*
Mount Zion Park Cemetery
Plot: section 3, lot 257, grave 12
Created by: Doug Hager
Record added: Dec 29, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 82633817