Martin Harbert

September 7, 1953 - December 19, 2022
Martin  Harbert

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Martin Lee Harbert, 69, of Dublin, OH, passed away on December 19, 2022 at the Cumberland Pointe Care Center of Saint Clairsville, OH

He was born on September 7, 1953 to William and Martha (Spencer) Harbert in Montgomery, WV.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Martha Harbert.

Martin is survived by his father, William Harbert, of Westerville, OH; two daughters: Michelle (Christopher) Freeman of Dublin, OH, Melissa (Bryan) Tinlin of Plain City, OH; four grandchildren: Maximus, Parker, Emalyn, and Kamden; two sisters, Cathi (Gary) Rank of Columbus, OH, Rebecca (Mark) Miser of Westerville, OH; two nieces, Nikki Miser of Dublin, OH and Sammi Miser (John) of Westerville, OH; and one great-niece, Jacklynn.

CARE Funeral & Cremation Specialists – St. Clairsville Chapel is handling the arrangements for the Harbert family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting

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  • December 22, 2022
    Alan Dewey says:
    How many knew Mickey, (as we knew him in Florida) was a Three Sport athlete. Baseball, Basketball and football. Played with him and against in all but basketball! He was a gifted athlete, with knowledge of the games, that was vastly superior to most of us playing the game with him. , I remember him on our All Star teams in baseball, a Quarterback and shooting guard in basketball. Talented, to say the least, GOD REST HIS SOUL!

  • December 22, 2022
    Julie Sims says:
    I remember Micky’s smile and kindness at Cocoa High School. I’m sorry for his loss. I’m sending condolences to his family.

  • December 22, 2022
    ALFREDA FAIN says:
    He was a wonderful friend and classmate at Cocoa/Rockledge High School, Florida.

  • December 22, 2022
    Cheryl A Cline says:
    Rest in peace Mickey. 🌹

  • December 21, 2022
    Lou Jorfi says:
    Mickey was my friend. A lot of people influence your life in a way that results in what path you take but few for me like Mickey. He and I and our neighborhood crowd formulated our lives as a "team" and lived our formative years together having to navigate and support ourselves through the most volatile and tempestuous decade of the 20th century. Those bonds are embedded in your core, never forgotten and always appreciated. He taught me friendly but fierce competition and the value of a charitable heart. I always missed Mickey at our High School class reunions I will miss knowing I'll never have the opportunity to talk to him again. I'll miss you old friend I hope you find rest in God's hands. Brother's Forever.