we knew mister harold for a long long time and we use to call him THE HONEY MAN . His honey is well known throughout Houston even though he is in Heaven now we will miss him but he left us his honey to always remember that life can be sweet.
Dear Harriet and boys ...... i am so sorry to know that Harold has passed away. I have so many great memories of him and loved his honey!! Prayers for comfort to you all. He will be missed and loved always.
Keenan, with your dads passing another 'old school' leader has left our presence. Men like you dad are the kind of men who keep America strong and on the right track. I knew of your dad and met him occasion, but the STORIES told by men who worked for him really show the man he was. Truly a man's man. What a legacy.
Harriet, our deepest sympathy to you and your wonderful family. We are so sorry to learn of the loss of your loved one. May God bless each of you during this difficult time.
Delores & Ken Murphy
Dearest Harriet and Family,
I was so sorry to hear about Harold's passing. He was such a sweet and caring cousin whom we will never forget. I know how hard it is to lose a loved one, but I pray that you will have much peace in knowing that Harold is in the most wonderful place of all, and now you have a very special angel watching over you. May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories of Harold and all of the special times you spent together. God needed another angel, and he definitely chose the best one of all whenever he chose Harold. I wish that we could attend his service; however, just know that we are thinking and praying for
you-all. Harold will always have a special place in our hearts, and his kindness toward others will never be forgotten. He will be truly missed.
All our love and many prayers,
Marsha (Kovar) McCuller and Family