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Harold A. Sell

Emmaus, Pennsylvania

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Harold A. Sell, 85, of Macungie, formerly of Emmaus, entered into the presence of the Lord on May 28, 2019. He was the loving husband of Dolores J. (Houseknecht) Sell for the past 66 years. Born in Allentown, he was a son of the late Harold and Annie (Leiser) Sell. Harold retired from Bethlehem...

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Hi Dolores, I just learned of Harold's passing and definitely wanted to express my condolences and tell you what a wonderful man I thought Harold was. A really fine gentleman who I admired and respected. Each spring he would ask me if I wanted him to work on my property because of his diminishing ability. My answer each year was always the same, Harold I want you here as long as you live. May he rest in peace.

Our deepest sympathy-Keeping Dolores and entire family in our thoughts and prayers

Rich & Donna (Sell) Schantz

Some fond memories of Harold our prayers are with Delores and the rest of the family

Doloores and family sorry to hear of harald,s passing my thoughts and prays are with you

OUR PRAYS ARE WITH YOU IN THIS TIME OF GRIEF. WE JUST HEARD OF HAROLD'S PASSING ON THURSDAY AND WILL NOT BE WITH YOU ON SATURDAY SINCE WE LIVE IN FLORIDA. OUR HEARTS WILL BE WITH YOU. ELAINE AND FORREST FRITZ.

Dolores and Family, May you find Peace in knowing Harold now knows ONLY PEACE, as he is at home with our Lord. I will miss his smile. Praying with you all.

Hello to all of Harold's family. We were greatly saddened to read of Harold's death, but rejoice with you that he is with the Lord. Please know that we are and will be among the many who pray with and for you as you mourn. Sadly, we have a previous commitment on Sat.and are unable to join you for the service to honor his life. We send our love and warm greetings to you all.

To some he was Uncle Harold and Uncle Sonny to others. To all of us cousins, he was a great guy and fun to be around. I know I can speak for all of us, we'll miss you Uncle Harold. Thanks for the memories.
-Denise Louise (he always called me that.)