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Harold Applewhite

New Orleans, Louisiana

1929 - 2020

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Harold Applewhite left this earth peacefully at home with his granddaughter by his side on September 14, 2020. Harold was born in Hazelhurst, Mississippi February 8, 1929 to Guy and Lela Odessa Applewhite. He was one of seven children. Harold attended Union Church High School and graduated with a...

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Good Ole Harold Applewhite. I will miss him. He was as unique an individual as you will ever find. I worked with and for him for well over a decade. He was unstoppable at whatever he put his mind to. He could work your last nerve, then 2 min later be generous and funny. I never saw someone work as long and hard as he did. And for as hard as he worked, He played just as hard. A truly wonderful person.

TJ

my sincere condolence to Brittany, and her beautiful family. Mr. Harold was an amazing person and will be missed by so many. so sorry to hear of his passing. sending tight hugs and love to you Brittany. Sincerely, Crystal Gunn
May God bless you and your family

The best boss i ever had he maid my dream of living in the quarter a reality god love him i will miss him always

Mr. Harold was one of a kind gentle giving man. He was a customer of mine for years at the bank. He kept telling me come get plants from me. So I decided to stop one day to buy a few plants and the next thing you know I was doing my whole garden cause he kept putting plants in my truck and would not take my money. His house in Arabi what a beautiful timeless place, we were invited for Christmas and it was decorated like a magazine print out. Harold you will be missed by many but I know you...

Harold loved animals and he loved people. He was always willing to help anyone who asked or didn’t ask and just looked like they needed it. He was always thinking about others. He was always bringing us donuts, pizza and fried chicken at the nursery. He wanted to take care of everyone and everything he could. His legacy will live on at Harold’s Plant’s for years. We will proudly keep it green and keep all his four legged children fed as long as we have to. He’s pictured here with...

Harold was a true friend for many years. I live in Pascagoula and didn't see him often.. He will truly be missed.. My Niece Theresa lived in one of his apartments and he was wonderful friend to her when she moved back to NO.. Gone by never forgotten. My prayers are with his family and friends.