Erik Nicholas Hart
Date of Birth:  December 18, 1977
Date of Death:  January 2, 2015

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  • St. Paul's Lutheran Church  
  • 308 Oak Manor Drive Glen Burnie, MD 21061      View Map
  • Thursday, January 8, 2015   11:00 AM
  • Private  
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  • Erik Nicholas Hart, 37, a resident of Pasadena died on January 2, 2015.

    Erik was born on December 18, 1977 to Robert Aagard and Nancy Hart.  He was born and raised in Northern California until he joined the US Air Force in 1997 where he served as an Arabic Linguist.

    Erik worked as a consultant for energy efficiency.  He also worked many years for Starbucks Coffee Company before having the honor of being a stay at home Dad for some time.  Erik was a loving and devoted Dad who enjoyed exploring and teaching his children about life and the world. He supported them in any endeavor and told them that they could be anything they wanted in life.

    Erik was an avid outdoorsman and sports enthusiast.  He enjoyed fishing, hiking, visiting parks, and playing pool.  He was a member of the American Pool Association. He also knew his way around the kitchen and enjoyed preparing meals for family and friends.

    Affectionately known as “Big E”, he always made sure to ask people if they were having a good day.  He genuinely cared for all people knowing no boundaries of ethnicity, color, religion or opinion.

    Erik is survived by his wife of 16 years, Windy, his children Isaak and Norah, his father Robert Aagard of Whitmore, CA, his mother Nancy Hart of Sun Valley, NV, his brother D. Brandon Hart and family of Sun Valley, NV, his maternal grandparents Gerry and Ruth Eamer of Sparks, NV, many special cousins, his in-laws Ted and Karen Bolton and Donna Moore, sisters-in-law Melissa, Jennifer, and Amy, a very special Aunt Lesa Miller and the rest of his Bolton family in Louisiana.

    A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM on Thursday, January 8, 2015 at St. Paul Lutheran Church.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Erik Hart Memorial Fund.

    My Dad was AAAWWWEEESSSOOOMMMEEE he loved me so much and taught me a lot of great things that I know –Norah L. Hart