Visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services 1604 W. Morris St, Indianapolis from 12noon until time of funeral at 1pm.

Burial will follow at Round Hill Cemetery with Military Honors

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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Ted Weaver, Funeral Director and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. To my favorite Uncle, I know you are my only Uncle. Uncle Harold you were the most positive happy go lucky person I have ever meant. Your personality was joy to everyone the crossed paths with you. Loved you so much. See you on the other side.

  3. Dad, you were the man I wanted to be and always respected. I will always cherish the times we spent talking, laughing and just watching TV together. Although this is one of my darkest days I know you are in a far better place. I will always try to make you proud and know one day we will see each other again. Love you Dad

  4. Grandpa,

    You were a great man. I’ll miss you dearly. I hope I made you proud. Please kiss Brandon for me, and I’ll see you both again some day. May you rest in peace!

    I love you

  5. Dad, I will miss you dearly. We had talks about Heaven and God and how here is our temporary home and Heaven our real Eternal Home. When you took your last breath here on earth, your took your new breath in Heaven. I know that you are now free of disease and sickness and in a far better place. Someday I will see you again. Until then I keep you in my heart…… Always
    Your daughter, Patty (Cake)

  6. Harold,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. We are praying for You, Patty, & Greg. We pray you find peace, strength, & rest in Jesus during the days to come.Hold tight to the good times and memories. I am sure your dad is so very proud of all of you.
    Keep the Faith.

    Ranae & Roger

  7. What can I say except that Mr. Harold will be missed! In the short time I have known him, I found him to be humorous, kind and sweet!. I will miss visiting with him, singing songs, and feeding him donuts, cookies, or whatever Crisann brought to share with him. I pray for all of you during this difficult time and know that you too are in my thoughts. Blessings to each of you! Marie Everett

  8. Always a great convertation.Great man that I had nothing but respect for.Never a mean word or negative comment about anything or anyone.May you rest in the house of the Lord. Greg,Gregjr,Harold,Patty,Jason your dad and Grandpa was a great man may you all have some comfort knowing that….I am sorry for your loss…God Bless

  9. My Dad was a great poet. When he was younger he wrote a song that was published in a school song book. Not many people know this but the song he wrote I have and I sang it to my children when they were small. He also was a great poet. I believe I inherited that ability to write poems from him. It has been 2 mos since his death and I really miss him. He loved KFC chicken, one of his favorite meals and beans and cornbread. He loved his candy and cookies, pies and cakes too. When he was young he could sing really good too. I remember him singing in the shower !!! You could hear him throughout the whole house. He had a great voice! He also loved animals like myself and bought me a guinea pig when I was young. He drove a truck then and delivered to a pet store and bought me the guinea pig, lo and behold it was pregnant! Just reminiscing today, and really missing him. Love ya Dad.

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