“I did not know Harold except through Ann and Fred Lowe. I knew he was well loved.Helen, accept my condolences. Libby Austell
“I would like to extend my condolences to the family. Death is never something we get use to. But know during this time you are not alone. Our Creator promises better days ahead. He will give you the strength needed to get through this difficult time.
“So sorry to hear about Harold. I'll be thinking of you in the coming days. Love, Polly
“Helen, We were saddened to hear about Harold's passing. We have many fond memories of you and Harold when we were a part of the Maple Springs Family. Our prayers are with you.
“Helen, so sorry to hear of Harold's passing. Thinking of you.
Barbara Lee Watson Berrier
“Helen, We are sorry to hear about Harold. I will never forget exercising class at Maple Springs. You both are so beloved. Our prayers are with you.
“Our thoughts and prayers. Harold was much loved and will be missed by his church family.
“Dear Helen, so very sorry to hear of Harold's passing. He was such a fine man, always so good to all of us kids along with you. You both helped us in ways you will never know. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers always. Love, Lynn
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LOMINAC WINSTON-SALEM Harold Marion Lominac July 8, 1920 March 28, 2013 Harold Marion Lominac was born July 8, 1920 in Swain County, North Carolina. He joined his mother, Jessie Sutton Lominac; father, Arthur Marion Lominac and his brother, William Frederic Lominac as the youngest in his family....Read More