Harold Earl Bailey Jr.

Hinesville, Georgia


Hinesville, Georgia


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Mr. Harold Earl Bailey Jr., 56, of Midway died on Thursday, April 21, 2011, after a long illness. Mr. Bailey was a native of Jacksonville, who had lived in Liberty County since 1981 having moved here from Savannah. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served during the Vietnam...

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Missing you today and always, Harold. Hard to believe you've been gone 2 years now. But you are watching over us from your special place in heaven... and probably telling a few hilarious jokes to the other angels. Love you always, your big sis

Love and miss you always, Harold. Thinking of you today on your birthday & remembering happy times. Love, your sis

We love and miss you.

We miss you Harold you will forever be in our hearts and in our memories.Love Robert and Family.

I love you and miss you, Uncle Harold!

Tomorrow will be one year since Harold passed away. The world is just a little bit sadder and much less colorful place without him. Alway remembered and loved! Rest in peace, Harold.

Harold & Sis (& Brandy,too) around 1980

Today (September 25) is my brother, Harold's birthday, he would have been 57. Harold was one of a kind and he is very much missed!! He had such a good heart, would do anything to help anyone he could. He had a few set-backs in life, but he always kept his good heart and his great spirit! He loved his children and all his family very much and was a great brother!! Rest in peace, Harold. 9/25/54 - 4/21/11

Harold & family

Harold was my brother, but also my friend. Harold was so hard working, yet he still knew how to enjoy life and he always had time for others. He truly was an unforgettable person. I always knew I would laugh whenever I talked with Harold, and that whatever I said or did was alright with him. I'll never forget Harold patiently trying to teach his old sis calculus! I will miss him dearly.

My fondest memory of Harold was standing in formation and to this day I still laugh at the fact that he could not stand perfectly still at "Attention." He was just a great guy to be around and always could lighten up any situation. I'm proud to have served with him in the 283d!