James Allan Hartle1

M, #1516, b. 12 April 1942, d. 20 November 2006
Father*Allan John Hartle b. 1 Aug 1914, d. 18 Jun 2001
Mother*Olive Mary Lawley b. 18 Oct 1920, d. 25 Jul 2009
Relationship5th cousin of William Robert Thomas Boyd
     James Allan Hartle was born on 12 April 1942 at Tuelon, Manitoba, Canada, son of Allan John Hartle and Olive Mary Lawley.1 James Allan Hartle married Marlene Virginia Grace Brown on 4 November 1961 at Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.2 James Allan Hartle died on 20 November 2006 at British Columbia, Canada, at age 64.3,4 He was buried on 25 November 2006 at Elk Falls Cemetery, Campbell River, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.


Marlene Virginia Grace Brown
  • James Hartle
  • Greg Hartle
  • Jerry Hartle
Last Edited18 Feb 2013


  1. [S31] Various, Genealogy Researcher,
    Marlene Hartle
    James Allan Hartle born 1942 Tuelon, Manitoba - died 2006 British Columbia, Canada.
  2. [S31] Various, Genealogy Researcher,
    Marlene Hartle.
  3. [S31] Various, Genealogy Researcher,
    Marlene Hartle
    James Allan Hartle born 1942 Tuelon, Manitoba - died 2006 British Columbia, Canada
    Jim had terminal Pancreatic Cancer... found out in Sept 2006 -
    He lasted here at home till Nov 20th 2006.
  4. [S41] Various, Obituary,
    JAMES ALLAN HARTLE April 12, 1942 - November 20, 2006 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, son, and grandfather, James Allan Hartle. Jim was predeceased by his brother Larry and his father Allan John Hartle. Jim is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Marlene; his three sons, James JR, Greg (Carol), and Jerry (Carmen); his five grandchildren, Alexandria, Allan, John, Montana, Ayela and Trevor James; his mother Olive; sisters, Faye Gillis, Tammy Hartle and brother Wayne Hartle. Jim was born in Teulon, MB on April 12, 1942. Jim worked for 7-UP until 1964 when he landed a job as an underground miner for Inco, in Thompson, MB, where he brought up his children for 15 years. During vacations out west Jim desired a more comfortable life for his family. Campbell River, BC was his destination. For 26 years Jim worked as an underground shift boss. Jim headed the Training Department as well as other duties around the property. He organized the mining competition at the Salmon Festival for many years. Jim retired in 2004 and he and his wife, Marlene, would go south for the winters, and east for summer reunions with family. Jim was well thought of from numerous friends and co-workers that came by and shared these feelings with Jim during his last days. Jim could never be idle, there was always something to do, (Jimmy Job). Jim always believed that everyone deserved a second chance. Jim loved to putter in the workshop at his condo, knowing that there was always a door to be fixed and a window to be washed. Jim passed away surrounded by his loving family, knowing that his faith in God gave him peace during his short battle with cancer.