You all are in my thoughts and prayers. I will always remember Harolds kind, warm, gentle, and loving ways and his teachings while at Melville that mean so much to me. I know his life was blessed by God. God bless you all also, now and always.
Dear Betty, Richard and family,
I am very sorry for your loss. I know Rev. Ammons is at peace in heaven. I remember that he loved to greet Moby when I would take Moby for his walks. Maybe Moby's greeting him now!
Harold was a good person and loved to tell about his life as a boy in Baltimore. I have fond memories of him.
Dear Aunt Betty, Richard and Phillip,
My thoughts are with you all.
I have nice memories of Uncle Harold and his attention to us (my siblings and myself). I remember him sharing stories with Pop-pop, laughing and enjoying time with the family.
Much love to you all.
Kris del Carmen Compan
Richard, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sorry for the lost of your father. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Richard - The thoughts and prayers of your co-workers and friends are with you and your mother. However prepared we may be, it is still a difficult time.
May you and your mother find peace.
Dear Betty, Richard, and Phillip, I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Harold as a loving, happy and caring person. My best memory is Harold's sitting on our couch with an arm around each of his his pre-teen sons. His memorial talks at my Dad's and Uncle Ed's funerals were outstanding. I hope you have many happy memories of time shared with him and remember his love and devotion to his family. Love, Eden and Bernie
Am so sorry to hear about your father's death. Will be thinking and praying for you and your family in this difficult times.
Dear Betty, Was so very sorry to hear of Harold's passing. I know it was difficult seeing him the way he was and now he is at peace and comfort. My love to you and the boys and God Bless you all.
Love and caring, Elaine
So sorry to hear of your loss My mother was Lucy Stewart of Violetville and you were at our house for dinner several times when your husband and father was the pastor there. We will be with you in prayer at this time. We live in North Carolina now.