Stormy, Could you give Bart Sharp a call. We are so sorry we had not heard of the death of Uncle Harmon. My father, Bill just passed away yesterday and I was trying to call Uncle Harmon.
My love to you, Stormy. Losing ones Dad creates such a huge hole, and I know you and he were especially close. I hope you can feel the love coming your way. Bobbie N.
I was so fortunate to know Harmon and feel so honored to have seen his calm reflective manner. He was the definition of refined gentleman and quiet hero. Sharp in his dress and wise in his experiences. He never discussed it but I read enough about his unit in Korea that I knew he saw the worst of life, but made the best of his by showing a grace, dignity and generous spirit.
I say to you old friend "lovely just lovely" because when you said it I was in awe of you and it still makes me smile. You looked 8 feet tall when you fished on the river and you will always be an inspiration to those who were fortunate to really know you. My heart is also with Stormy who lost her best friend. So lucky to have known you.
While I was not close to Harm, I know what an amazing man he was because I know his amazing daughter, Stormy! He also touched the life of my Grandfather, his cousin, and through that I know what a good he was, too. Harm, your spirit will be missed on this earth. Thank you for being a loving person and raising such a loving daughter!
Alan and I respected Harmon and cherished his friendship. He truly was a gentleman and he will be greatly missed.Our sympathies go to Stormy and Phil.
Alan and Lana Wilson
Worked with Harmon for man years at the main branch of Frist Interest Bank. I respected and loved his manor
he was such a great man.
Phil, Sandi and I send our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your father. You are in our hearts and prayers.
Through my Dad, Chuck Eubank, (Harm's Cousin) I have fond memories of the things that he and Harmon did as boys. They were quite a pair and I am sad that I missed the opportunity to grow up nearer him and his family. I know personally of this great generosity, as my Dad the recipient of his kindness. The world will miss him and his gentle spirit.
My deepest love to Stormy and condolence to Phil.
The Eubank Family sends their love and support at this challenging time.
Harm was a true gentleman and a pleasure to work with. His annual ritual of buying a "live" Christmas tree and planting it in his yard after the holidays was an inspiring event.
May God bless you, Harmon. You were always a gentleman in everything that you did. You will be missed by many that knew you.