Harold Martin Bailey

Savannah, Georgia


Savannah, Georgia


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Harold Martin Bailey -SAVANNAH - Lt. Col. Harold Martin Bailey, USA, Ret., "Col. Bailey", 84, died March 17, 2009. -He was born August 24, 1925 in Macon, Bibb County, GA. -Col. Bailey retired with honors from the United States Army, having served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. He fought with...

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We were so sorry to learn of your father's passing. We had gone to Alabama to visit our son, and were stunned to learn about it today. May he rest in peace.

Roy & Colette Williamson

What wonderful memories I have of the Baileys, my first cousins who loved life and was always so kind, endearing and gracious to their "yankee" kin as he so often referred to me, my mom, dad and the rest of the Morrissey clan. He and Peggy left an indelible mark on this earth in the raising of their three sons who are the shining stars of their leadership. Rest in peace Harold and Peggy until we meet again. Your yankee cousin,

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

To Bill Bailey and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your wonderful father. I hope his memories will be a comfort in this time. Your mother waited a long time to see him again. They are finally reunited again. Sincerely, Lori, Matt, JD and Pat McNabb

Having Col. Bailey join us for lunch at the Crusader Golden Age Center made our time with him so enjoyable we could have socialized all day. Glad to have been able to share his past and present. Sincerely. Ms. Lee Jilk

Sorry to hear of your father's passing, God Bless and comfort you during this time,
Jesse and Deborah Alldredge

So sorry to hear of your Father's passing Bill. God bless Him for his service to his Country, and I know His honorable life and love for his family will be a comfort to you during this sad time. Peace and love to you and your family Bill. Paul & Jane Hamilton.

This is such a sad time and is always hard to accept the path we all will take. Col. Bailey was a fine man, a good husband, a solid father, a highly decorated Officer and Aviator in the U. S. Army, a true patriot who fought in 3 wars and later in life a successful businessman and a true friend and mentor to so many. I am honored to have known him.

And, so important now in this sad time is that we all have wonderful memories of the Colonel that are ours to keep and share...

I was so sad to hear of Colonel Bailey's passing.
I have so many great memories of him and his entire family. He was so much fun to be around with that sense of humor of his.
The Colonel was one of a kind and a true soldier.