We regret to inform you of the death of former Maryalnd State Police Employee Milton Hart on March 3, 2018. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hart family and friends at this difficult time. The following obituary information has be reprinted from the Roberson Funeral Home website.
Milton “Miltie” L. Hart, 77, of New Market, MD, formerly of Catonsville, MD died peacefully on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at his newfound home in Port Charlotte, FL.
Born July 5, 1940 in Kitzmiller, MD, he was the son of the late Milton G. Hart and Juanita Abwah Hart, nee Paugh. A 1958 graduate of Kitzmiller High School, Milton joined the Maryland State Police in 1959 and retired after 30 years of service. After his retirement he enjoyed cooking, reading, gardening, visiting family and friends and especially traveling to Germany. He was a member of the New Market Grange #362 in Maryland, the Westernport Heritage Society of Maryland and the Elks Club of Deep Creek, Florida.
Milton was a believer in Jesus Christ; he knew that the Lord was his Shepherd and Savior. He will always be loved and will stay in the hearts of everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. Milton was the most kind and giving soul, with a great sense of humor and he always had the time for a cup of coffee and chat.
Milton will be greatly missed by his survivors, his Life Partner and Companion, he lovingly called his wife for 26 years, Rita Mueller of New Market, MD and Port Charlotte; his children, Stacy (husband-Robert) Knight of Catonsville, MD, Sandra (husband-Nathapol) Prechit of Sykesville, MD and Clark Mueller of New Market, MD; a brother, Joseph (wife-Marie) Hart of Keymar, MD; his grandchildren, Robert, Rachel, Sara, Hanna and Morgan Knight, Ryan, Brandon, and Tyler Prechit.
His many friends will miss him, especially Clellie Paugh of WV, Richard Kenner of MD, the Sean Thomas Family of MD, Debi McGuire of MD and Gertrud Wirtz and family of Alfter, Germany.
In lieu of flowers please donate to your church or a favorite charity in remembrance of Milton.
Friends may visit online at www.robersonfh.com to extend condolences to the family. Private arrangements by Roberson Funeral Home Port Charlotte Chapel.