Sandy, What wonderful words of a life well lived! A blessing to have a father all those years, does not take away the sadness of the loss. My sympathy and thoughts are with you. Your family connection to Ohio makes me feel we are connect too! Take Care, Bess Bessie Harper, November 21, 2020 Harold was just a lot of fun. I first remember him as one of the many “big” kids that came to our house when I was little. The thing I remember most was how skinny, yes skinny!, and that he worked at continental bakery and brought us boxes of hostess treats. He quickly became a favorite. The other thing I cherish is as we interacted over the years is watching him and Shirley together. He so clearly loved his wife. He was indeed a happy man, with a wife he loved and a family that filled his heart. I’ll miss you, Harold. Carol and Ed schrand Carol Schrand, November 18, 2020 RIP Uncle Harold. You will be missed. I love you. God bless Sharon Burgraph , November 18, 2020 A great person. Always loved visiting with Harold and his beautiful wife. He was so proud to show me all the woodworking tools in his shop. He was so proud of the homestead on Canyon lake and I had the opportunity to spend a few days up there with him. I never did get to go fishing with him, but Barb and I went to Bull Sholes in Arkansas where the Myers almost bought the marina up there and fished that lake lots of times. Barb hated that place as it was so hot, we left there and came back to Texas and finished the rest of our vacation on Sam Rayburn. Rest in peace my good friend Harold.
Kenneth Breiner, November 16, 2020 This sweet man will be so missed. Thoughts and prayers go out to all his family. Karen Lockridge, November 16, 2020 LOVE the fishing pic <3 Now he's fishing whenever he wants and with your Mom <3 Peggy Aitken, November 16, 2020 May peace be yours and warm greetings again with your mom. Prayers ascending for your family, Sandra Burke, November 16, 2020 Will miss you Uncle Harold. Will never forget you. Deborah Gibbons, November 16, 2020