Picture of Lucy as a bride's maid
Lucy (Hafelfinger) Hartman2008 picture of Gary and Lucy (Hafelfinger) Hartman
1535 Castlerock Ave #50
Wenatchee WA 98801

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Lucy Hafelfinger arrived at Northwest College as a freshman in the fall of 1963 from Emmett, Idaho.  She graduated in the spring of 1967 with a degree in Christian Education.  During her four years at NU, she was very active in the Music Department. She sang and ministered every year with the Concert Choir, as well as participating in musical ministry and outreach groups on the weekends.  Through the years since college, Lucy has been involved in music ministry in churches.  For many years, she was the Director of Music for a large southern California church.

Lucy writes:
"Gary & I were married in 1980 in Riverside, CA at the Mission Inn.  He came with two children, Shelly, then 16, and Andrew, 11.  Gary was transferred to Washington in 1987 by American Baptist Homes of the West.  He retired from hospital administration in 1998.  We owned an Antique and Gift store in Gig Harbor called "The Treasure Shoppe," which we sold in December 2004.  We lived in Gig Harbor for 10 years, where we served on the Board and in the choir at Chapel Hill Presbyterian.   I retired from the Sheriff's Department in May, 2005.  Shortly thereafter, we moved to Wenatchee.  Andrew keeps himself very busy with three small businesses in the San Diego area.  Shelly is still in Insurance, working in Walnut Creek, CA now." 

Lucy has been an active part or our 60's Alumni reunions, since attending the 2002 gathering in Molalla, Oregon. At the Molalla reunion, after pressure from her peers, she reluctantly came to the keyboard to sing and play an off-the-cuff rendition of the Andrae Crouch song "My Tribute".  Click the song title to hear that recording from September 7, 2002.

Lucy's husband, Gary, passed away in Wenatchee, WA on August 7, 2013

The pictures below were taken during a cruise early in 2009.
pictures from Hartman Cruise