Max Hartong Obituary, Death – Max Hartong, who lived in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, passed away due to circumstances that were completely unforeseen. His mother, Kathy (Belstra) Hartung, was from Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, and his father, Robert C. Hartung, Sr., passed away while he was young. His birthday is September 13th, and he was born in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Max received his high school diploma from the Belvidere High School in New Jersey, where he also completed his secondary education.

After moving his family to Mercersburg in 1988, he immediately started working on the ROHART family farm and remained doing so right up until 2016. After that, he decided to pursue a new line of work and joined his children and grandkids in the beef cattle farming business. In addition to that, Max worked for JLG for a total of four years. Work-related illnesses caused Max’s death. He was a good-natured and compassionate man who genuinely cared about the welfare of others. The happiness and well-being of his children and grandkids was the primary focus of his life.

Not only does he leave behind his mother, but he also leaves behind his wife, Debra L. He tied the knot with (Mullikin) Hartung in the year 1987. In addition, she belongs to the Mullikin family as well. Three members of the Hartung family call Mercersburg their home: a son, Robert C. Hartung, and two daughters, Heather (Brandon) Markovich and Kayla Hartung and her companion Jacob Foster. Robert C. Hartung also has a companion named Jacob Foster. Willow and Mack Hartung, Stella and Maverick Markovich, and a baby on the way named Emmett Robert increase the total number of grandkids to five. They are all the children of (Hailey) Hartung, III. This family is comprised of a mother, a father, and three children: Karen Lifsey, Susan (Brad) Beidel, and Thomas Hartung (Jennifer).