Bob & Nancy Hartman
Transition Program Lead
Early in their marriage, Bob and Nancy served as houseparents in a transition home for youth, sponsored by a Christian residential center. That experience showed them the need for loving support and care for children who have experienced abuse, neglect, and abandonment. Since then, their careers have served children in need, Bob in child welfare leadership and Nancy as a teacher at college and middle school levels. After retiring in 2014, Nancy joined a mission trip to Haiti and fell in love with the LORD’s work through Coreluv, especially the on-grounds school at Myan Children’s Village. Bob joined Nancy on a trip in 2015, feeling called to commit their retirement to missions in their local church and to serve the orphan together. Nancy has since helped coordinate teams of educators from Houston to provide in-service seminars for Haitian teachers at the Myan School. She also helps lead the Education Committee. Bob has helped the Coreluv administrative team with various human resource and organizational initiatives, currently serving as Lead for the Transition Program. Their shared passion is to help raise children in Haiti to become successful, godly leaders in their own country. The Hartmans have three married daughters and seven grandchildren.