Beth A Hartmann died on August 11, 2023 In Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born on October 27, 1931 in Clarion, (San Pete County), Utah; the youngest daughter of Burgess Lyman Frandsen and Elizabeth Frandsen.
She married Ernest Charles Hartmann on June 25, 1954, and were married for 54 years living in Union, New Jersey; Price, Utah; Lacrosse, Wisconsin; and Cottonwood, Arizona. After his death she lived in Salt Lake City, Utah.
After graduating from Utah State University, she continued her education in physical therapy at Northwestern University. Practicing several years in Carbon County. She then worked for the State of Utah in the 1960’s as a social worker in Carbon County. She attended the University of Utah in 1967-68 and received a Master’s Degree in social work and graduated with Phi Kappa Phi honors. Upon completion of her education the family moved to LaCrosse, Wisconsin in 1970 where she continued her career in social work for the county and later as a social service administrator for Gundersen Clinic and Lutheran Hospital until she retired. Her life work was important to her in helping people navigate life’s obstacles.
After retirement she and husband Ernest moved to Cottonwood Arizona for 15 years where they traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, South and Central America.
She is survived by her son, Alan Hartmann and his wife Mary Jo Hartmann of Drummond, WI. And her grandson, Zeke Hartmann of Salt Lake City, UT. She enjoyed many nieces and nephews of the Frandsen clan.
She was the last child born to Burgess Lyman Franden and Ida Elizabeth Frandsen. Preceded in death by brothers and sisters : Duane Frandsen, Nelly Frandsen, Garth Frandsen, Rue Frandsen, Peter Frandsen and O’Dell Frandsen.
She left the earth peacefully, knowing she lived a full life of service to people and a love of friends and family.
No immediate service will be held. She will be cremated, and a graveside service will be held at the Price City Cemetery in May, 2024 where she and husband Ernest will be interred, followed by a life celebration.