Condolences for Harold R. Deloney, Jr.

Hannah Smith posted on 9/14/19

Harold was a kind soul. He took care of me at the office, and when the boys were gone and it was just me in the office, I always felt secure knowing he was never far away. He was gentle, and thoughtful, and earnest, and I will never meet another like him.

 

John Vuylsteke posted on 9/13/19

Harold was a wonder. In every sense of the word. Kind, diligent, hard working, thorough, a man’s man. He will be missed by every one who ever got to know him. I hope to see him again someday. Peace for him and his loved ones.

 

Barbara Smith posted on 9/13/19

Bruce, Sondra and entire family. I am so sorry for the loss of your dear Brother, Uncle, and friends. Thought and prayers to all of you at this very difficult time.

 

Josh Chisholm posted on 9/12/19

The best Liquor manager I've worked with, we made a good team. I'm glad I got the honor of knowing him and I won't forget him.

 

Curt Fiedler posted on 9/12/19

Harold was part of our family, and always will be. It’s hard to come into our office and think he won’t be coming around to check in on us. Just a wonderful man who would always be honest with you on what was going on or what is needed. We love and miss you my friend.

 

Debbie & Kevin Garner posted on 9/12/19

Harold you are so loved & missed ! May you Always know how truly loved you are ! The world changed when you left ! You were one of a kind !

 

Steve Morrill posted on 9/12/19

Harold was generous and devoted to everyone in his life, from his dad who needed special care, to his family, to the many people he helped as an amazing handiman, and to his friends. An old soul, wise in a quiet and unassuming way. Miss you, my friend. RIP

 

 

Wanda posted on 9/12/19

This man was probably the best man that I got to know at work. RIP HAROLD. You will be missed by a lot of people.

 

Billy noble posted on 9/12/19

He was one of the good ones. A great guy to have around. I always said I wish I knew half of what he knew. He will be missed.

 

Sheryl Nance Humphrey posted on 9/11/19

I loved working with u at county market on Monroe street you were always happy n willing to help where u were needed rip my friend