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Harold E. Bailey

New Freedom, Pennsylvania

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LANCASTER Harold Eugene Bailey, 82, life-long Christian believer, died on Thursday, May 7, 2015, at Willow Valley Manor, Lancaster. He is survived by his wife, Doris Mosemann Shenenberger Bailey. The couple would have celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 10, 2015. Harold was...

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I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Mr. Bailey. He is the reason for my early interest in science. To Doris and the family, my deepest condolences. He was a good man and a good teacher.

Dear Doris & Family, May the Lord be with you and comfort you, during this hard time. Hugs from, Cousin Sue

Mr. Bailey was so wonderful! We had so much in common. I remember he played the flute. Sometimes when we'd meet he tell me about some of his favorite students coming up thru to me. I remember him engaging me in discussion about relaxing some of his students and how'd he prep them and about how now it was my turn to guide them upward. He was a fine man and mentor that I learned much from. Sometimes, we'd get together with old friend George Peters (former Elem. bus driver), and share...

The wonderful Mr. Bailey was one of if not truly my favorite teacher of all. He was my 4th grade math teacher and he was so very kind to me. As a child I adored him. He made a difference for me. Thank you Mr. Bailey!
Arlene Paules

Our prayers are with you Doris and the rest of your family. Harold was a very humble and faithful man. A pleasure to work with and always a thoughtful and inspiring man to talk with. Rest in peace my friend. I am sure you are playing for God angelic choir and enjoying the beauty of God's wonderful kingdom.

Heaven most definitely got another angel! One of the best Teachers in the school district. I had him for 4th grade, and he remembered me when I got to visit with him in Dec.. Thanks Julia Stein for helping me to get to see him one last time!

So Sorry. I taught with Harold and learned much from him. Doris and Harold made a classy couple and made beautiful music together

Rest easy, Mr Bailey. You made a difference in the lives of many people by helping to shape their childhood. Thank you. You are missed.