Tyler Hartlaub Passes Away at Age 32


SUMMIT, NJ - Tyler Hartlaub, Summit business owner and son of Summit attorney R. Jeffrey Hartlaub, passed away December 8 at the age of 32.

Hartlaub was President and Managing Principal of The Hartlaub Insurance Group, LLC, a firm which he opened in December of 2013.  A class of 2000 graduate of Summit High School, he attended Miami (Ohio) University and Seton Hall University.  
Hartlaub was involved in the young adult ministry at St. Paul Inside the Walls Catholic Center for Evangelization at Bayley-Ellard in Madison, and also gave his time on behalf to the Tri-County Scholarship Fund.  He was an member of the NK Croatia soccer club, was a fitness enthusiast, and competed in cross-training competitions.
His father, R. Jeffrey Hartlaub, is the Managing Partner of Hartlaub Dotten & Mezzacca in Summit, and served as Counsel to the Summit, New Providence, and Berkeley Heights Board of Realtors for nearly 20 years.

Hartlaub is survived his mother, Joanne Hartlaub of Boonton; his father, R. Jeffrey Hartlaub, and stepmother, Faye Hartlaub, of Summit; his brother, Kyle Hartlaub of Summit; stepgrandmother, Charlotte Hartlaub of Pompton Plains; stepbrother, John Cryan and Michelle Lyons of Matawan; stepsister, Megan Bell and husband, Steven Bell, of Hoboken; aunt, Marybeth Lederman and husband, Peter Lederman, of Westfield; and cousins, Gwyneth Lederman and Charlotte Lederman.
A Mass of the Resurrection in celebration of his life will be held December 12, at 10:30 a.m., in the Great Hall at St. Paul Inside the Walls Catholic Center, located at 205 Madison Avenue in Madison.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to St. Paul Inside the Walls, noting  "for the benefit of the young adult ministry," and sent to St. Paul's Madison Avenue address. 


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