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Harold Flemming Duncan, Jr., age 90, of San Antonio, passed away on May 11, 2013. He was born on September 13, 1922 in Evanston, Illinois to Harold Flemming Duncan, Sr., and Olive Rockefeller Duncan. Harold attended Summit High School in Summit, NJ and attended college at Colgate University where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity and was the manager of baseball; he has worn his Colgate ring ever since. He served in the U.S. Army as an officer in the Corps of Engineers in World War II and the Korean War. Harold graduated Law School at Rutgers University in 1948 and attended the University of Texas in Austin to become a licensed lawyer in May of 1949 in Texas. Harold married Sue Embleton on June 11, 1948. They lived in Edinburg, TX where he began practicing law, then moved to San Antonio to start his own law business in oil and gas and family law. Through his law practice he was able to enjoy traveling. His special interests were his family and his church, Trinity Baptist Church, where he taught Sunday school for 40 years and was a lifetime Deacon. Harold semi retired at the age of 70 but continued his practice out of his home for clients, family and friends. He managed a family farm in Alice, Texas and enjoyed his hill country home in Leakey, Texas on the Frio River. He enjoyed music and played the accordion, piano, guitar and harmonica on special occasions. He enjoyed reading and swimming for exercise, and loved to watch the UT Longhorns and Chicago Cubs. Harold served on the Board of Trustees for the South Texas Children's Home and was a member of the San Antonio Country Club. Harold is survived by his wife of 64 years, Sue Embleton Duncan and their children, David Duncan, Lucy Vincent, Susan Stimson, Stephen Duncan and Martha Cleveland and husband, Ted; grandchildren, Jonathon Duncan and wife, Christine, Allie Duncan, Thomas Duncan, Ashley Voss, Rand Vincent, Maddie Vincent, Emma Stimson, Kimberly Duncan, Elizabeth Duncan, Zac Cleveland and Emily Cleveland; his brother Bob Duncan, and wife, Lou.
MAY 17, 2013
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
319 E. MULBERRY
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Published in Express-News from May 14 to May 16, 2013