Danielle Dawn Hardeman of Lawrenceville, Georgia, passed on the morning of September 15, 2018. Danielle is survived by her children, Austin Atkins, Avery and Madison Wlodarczyk; her parents, Linda Hardeman, James Hardeman, and step-mother Andrea Pepper; sister and brother-in-law Michelle and Stuart Thornton, and nieces Allison and Abigail Thornton; and many other family members and friends. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018, at 2:00pm. The family will receive visitors at 12:00pm. Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville, GA 30046. (770) 277-4550

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  1. Sending my condolences to the family of Ms. Danielle. May you find comfort in God’s promise of a resurrection for all those in His memory at John 5:28,29. It is a sure hope and glorious event that will happen in the near future at Acts 24:15. Until then, may she rest in peace.

  2. Hello My Beautiful Ex-Wifey, and the Mother of our 2 Sweet,caring, loving Children- Stefan “Avery” Wlodarczyk IV 15 and Madison Noel Wlodarczyk 14….. Just when I thought You couldn’t shock me anymore, I was wrong. See I told you I would tell you when I’m wrong!! I want to PROMISE You that I will always do my best raising our Children, that’s one thing you never have to worry about… Thank You for giving me our Children. One thing you know is that I will make sure that they never forget You. In all honesty, I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU!! How can I when I look at our daughter Maddie, she is our little Danielleska! When I look at our son, I see both of us in him.
    You definitely shocked me Hun!!! Everybody that has ever had the chance to meet you, knows that You were Spontaneous. You would drop everything in a heartbeat the second You had a chance to go to the beach… We made so many trips anytime we could and the best part of it was that we always took our kids. Never did I think that your next trip you would take, would be to the TRULY RICH PARADISE AKA HEAVEN!!! I bet your playing Jimmy Buffett, laying on the beach, feet in the white crystal sand, or possibly running around trying to find a Margarita Stand!!!
    Danielle I’m in disbelief right now and have been the second Mom told me about your passing. It’s your truly last real vacation that you will take…. You know I’m trying to be as strong as I can right now but I can tell you it’s not that easy. Yet you always knew that I would do anything in the world for you and our kids.
    Thank You for all the memories with you and the time we shared together with our kids because as you know, I WILL ALWAYS PUT FAMILY FIRST! I will do everything in my power to make sure our kids are happy and grow up and see them succeed.
    Now on the positive side, you will never miss a second of our babies lives. I know you’ve been here with us and now you will always be with us in spirit each and every single day. I pray to God to give me the strength to get by in life from here on out, but I’m asking you to help me as well.
    Me and the kids will always love you, know that your always with us, watching over us and will keep us safe……
    I will never stop caring for you and I will do anything in this world to make sure you will be proud of our kids.
    I really do miss you but I know you already know that!!! I will never forget you and I will always know when you’re here by my side and you already know we will do everything in our power to do right…..
    I miss you. I will always care about you and love you… may you RIP LOVE!!

  3. Dino,
    Thank you for coming into our lives and loving us and making us laugh. Thank you for loving Johnny and Caleb and the rest of us as much as you did. The house is empty without you, we miss you more than you could ever know. There will always be a spot at the table for you. I love you and miss you.

  4. Our condolences to the Hardeman Family. We were sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you during this most difficult time. May God give you all the strength, comfort and peace you need, as we all wait on better days ahead (Revelation 21: 3, 4).