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Aolar Solomon Hart

July 30, 1941 – July 30, 2022


Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Lie In State: 10:00 A.M.

Family Visitation: 11:00 A.M.

Funeral Service: 12:00 Noon

Held at

Berean Baptist Church

4825 Fairmeade Court

Nashville, Tennessee



Greenwood North Cemetery

1248 Dickerson Road

Goodlettsville, Tennessee

Elder Aolar Solomon Hart, also known as “Fannie”, daughter of the late Emanuel Kennedy of Gees Bend, Alabama and the late Katie Solomon Gamble of Mobile, Alabama entered into eternal rest on July 30, 2022 (Her 81st Birthday). She was preceded in death by her sons, Ronald L. Hart and Arnold L. Hart; her mother, Katie S. Gamble; father, Emanuel Kennedy; brothers, Andrew W. Solomon, Cleveland Solomon, Sr., and Izone Solomon, Sr.; sisters, Bernice Rolan and Artelia McKnight.

Aolar was born in Gees Bend, Alabama and later moved to Mobile, Alabama when she was 12 years old. She was educated in Mobile County School system. She received a certificate in Nursing from Lincoln Nursing. Aolar would marry her high school sweetheart, former husband, Donald L. Hart, Sr. Together they had 5 children, 4 boys, 1 daughter and adopted 2 daughters.

Aolar professed her faith in God as a child and was a member of Pleasant View Baptist in Mobile, Alabama. Later moving her membership to Berean Baptist Church, Nashville, Tn., until being ordained in 1982 and pastoring her church, God Almighty Church until she retired in 2010.

Aolar was a pioneer in her community, owned and operated a non-profit organization, God Almighty Inc. She opened her restaurant to everyone all over Nashville from feeding the homeless, clothing, counseling and giving them a place to stay. She was a God-fearing, virtuous woman (Proverbs 31). She also worked at Whites Creek High School from 1979 – 1982.  She was affectionately known as Mother Hart to all.

Aolar loved her family, especially her grandchildren. She gave them the world, helping them through any situations and telling them all about how good God is. She also loved to travel. We went everywhere, visiting family and friends. Never a dull moment. Lastly, her favorite past time was cooking. She loved to cook so everyone could come by the house to eat. Whether it was family, friends or someone needing a meal. A God-sent “Angel” she was!

Aolar leaves to treasure and cherish her memories four daughters, devoted daughter, Violar (Kenneth) Johnson, Beverly Hart, Ruby (James) Hart and Jessica Hart all of Nashville, Tn; two sons, Donald Hart, Jr., of Nashville Tn., and Harold (April) Hart, Sr., of Murfreesboro, Tn; three daughters in love, Deirdre Sanders of Antioch, Tn., Rhonda Olgesby-Carter of Murfreesboro, Tn and LeKeisha Phillips of Nashville, Tn; 30 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren; a host of relatives and friends and devoted friend Exie Angel Davis.

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