There are still no leads in the case and San Bernardino police are looking for anyone who may have information on Harts mysterious death.
Hart, the youngest of three sons and two daughters was born in 1968 to Jessica Banks and RoJean Hart.
He spent a lifetime serving the Lord and Savior, spreading the word, and love to all the lives he touched. Bishop Hart was filled with the Holy Ghost, and served as Bishop for Prayer Mission For All People.
Bishop Hart accepted Christ at an early age and united with Sixth Avenue Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. James Chaney.
He attended James L. Collins Catholic School, and later entered into Corsicana High School, where he finished his education with honors as Valedictorian. He then entered into the United States Navy after receiving his diploma being transferred to active duty in Jacksonville, Florida.
He attended Edward Waters University in Jacksonville, Florida graduating with a degree in Liberal Arts and then went to Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas to complete his Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice/Pre-Law.
Bishop Hart then decided to further his education mastering his filed in Divinity from Morris Brown University of Atlanta, Georgia, as well as from the Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, Georgia.
Bishop Hart resided with his mother until deciding he must further his service with and for the Lord and attended Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, CA graduating with his Ph.D. in Theology.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving mother, Jessica Banks of Moreno Valley; father Rojean Hart, Sr. of Trinidad, Texas; sister, Beverly Walton of Plano, Texas, Candy Hart of Carson, Ca; brother Rojean Hart, Jr. of Trinidad, Texas and Carl Hart of Moreno Valley; six aunts, and seven uncles of Texas; three nieces, one nephew, and a host of loving cousins and friends.
If you have any information regarding this case, contact investigators at (909) 384-5742.
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