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HAROLD A.
NEWMAN

WINTER HAVEN - Harold A. Newman, 74, was born May 20, 1941, in Milo, Maine to Harold E. and Louise M. Newman. He attended Milo schools and graduated from Foxcroft Academy in 1959. In addition being a standout athlete in baseball, basketball, and football he also attained the rank of Eagle Scout.
After graduating from the New England Institute of Anatomy, Embalming and Funeral Directing in Boston, Massachusetts, he was married to the former Joyce E. Bradeen and worked for Clark Mitchell Funeral Home in Bangor, Maine. After ten years at Clark Mitchell, he went to work for American Concrete Inc in Veazie, Maine, holding many positions including vice president, and president/general manager. After retirement, he moved with his wife, the former Connie Beals of Ellsworth, Maine to Winter Haven, Florida.
Along with work and raising a family, Harold also was involved in many charitable clubs and causes including the Bangor Kiwanis Club, achieving the 1973 Member of the Year, and club president in 1977, along with being a Mason, and a second section member of the Anah Temple Shrine. In 1986, he was co-chairman of the committee that installed lighting for the Hampden Academy football field.
Harold was an lifelong avid golfer and enjoyed many rounds of golf on various courses throughout Maine and Florida. But our Pop will be most remembered for being our father. He has provided us many life lessons, and humorous memories.
Harold is survived by his wife, Connie of Winter Haven Florida; his daughter, Julie and son-in-law Michael of Christiansburg Virginia; son, David and daughter-in-law Jan of Niceville, Florida; granddaughters, Allison and Valerie; grandson, Derik; great granddaughter, Lily; step-daughter, Shelley; and step-sons, Sean and Kevin. Harold was pre-deceased by his father, Harold; mother, Louise; sister, Evelyn; and brother, Robert. Good bye our Pop, we know a perfect round of golf and cooling off at the 19th hole awaits.
A reception honoring Harold will be held at the Cypresswood Country Club in the club house on Tuesday, September 1, 2015, between 2-4PM.


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Published in The Ledger from Aug. 31 to Sep. 1, 2015.
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February 3, 2021
My parents the Homan’s knew a Harold Newman years ago who was a referee in hs sports. Was this that gentleman? Answer me if you know!
August 25, 2019
Always will remember Harold when on a Golf Course....Great Friend....RIP
ED Nason
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September 11, 2015
So sorry to hear of your father's passing. He was a good man and friend to many of us. My thoughts and prayers are with his family members. Jon Perry
September 7, 2015
Harold was a great boss and friend, I remember all the times looking for baseball cards. Connie and family I'm sorry for your loss.
Steve & Sharon McLellan
September 5, 2015
Remembering my cousin Harold. It seems only yesterday we were kids. We always looked up to you. You always had a mischievous smile and amazing sense of humor. Sending love and condolences to your family and loved ones.
Linda Perry
September 3, 2015
Not only did I golf a lot of rounds at Hermon with Harold but we shared a passion for collecting baseball cards as well. Hopefully Babe Ruth will sign a card for Harold in person.
Tony Reynolds
September 3, 2015
Connie - so sorry for you loss. Harold was such a great man. Many laughs and good times and convention. I am so glad he called just recently and we were able to catch up on everything. Our sympathies from Holly and Jim Fernald
September 3, 2015
My sympathies to the family. Harold was always the life of our Kiwanis meetings. Big heart and always willing to help.
Pam Mckay
September 2, 2015
Connie and family. So sorry for your loss. I was saddened to hear this news. Harold will be missed by many people. I will miss seeing him and talking with him during his lengthy phone calls. Harold loved golf as much as anyone I know. His golf cart at Hermon Meadow will fondly be remembered as Harold's cart.
Thea Davis
September 2, 2015
So sorry to read of Harold's passing. What fun times we all shared in Hampden.

Mike & Beth Dalton
September 1, 2015
Harold and sister- in- law Leona Newman
Renae Newman
September 1, 2015
Iremeber you when. I fist meet Paul, you where a lot of fun,just don't bet Paul to much in golf up there. Love to all your family Mariyn Hughes
September 1, 2015
Connie & Family. I am sorry to hear about Harold. I worked with Harold for years while he was at Clark-Mitchell an also at ACI. He will be greatly missed. From Steve Burrill and Staff at Mt. Hope Cemetery
Stephen Burrill
September 1, 2015
Connie, David, Julie and Family,

I am so sorry to hear that Harold has passed. Growing up with Harold as my "second Dad" was nothing less than great. I will always remember that I was chosen to be the flower girl at Harold and Connie's wedding - a memory I will have forever. Harold never failed to greet me with a huge bear hug just to let me know he was happy to see me. I will look back and cherish many memories with Harold and your family. Please know that every one of them is filled with laughter, teasing, and love...just the way Harold would want it.
Love to you all,
Kelley Webb
September 1, 2015
To Harold's Family: I dealt with Harold in business and golf. Never a bad word against anybody, a very good businessman, and his golf is legendary. When you saw Harold good times were ahead. I'm sorry for your loss. My prayers a for you and Harold.

Ray Cota
September 1, 2015
I am sorry for your loss. May prayer comfort you.

1 Thessalonians 5:17 "Pray constantly."
September 1, 2015
Had fond memories of Harold playing golf with and against him he was great to hang with during those years sorry for the loss connie
Bobby Mcgary
September 1, 2015
Sorry for your loss, Connie.
Linda Conn
September 1, 2015
My deepest sympathy, to all the family of Harold. I'll always remember the rounds of golf we played, and the help he gave me on chipping. keep hitting it long and straight little buddy.
Dave Hayden
September 1, 2015
Sorry to hear about Hap. He was a bull on our football team at FA as fullback and an all around likable guy. His best sport had to be golf as he excelled at it at Hermon Meadows the few times I played with him. RIP old friend.
Brian Howe
August 31, 2015
So sorry to hear of Harold passing, he was a high school classmate My thoughts & prayers to the family..
Helen Pierce
August 31, 2015
A great short stop at FA.

Mike W.
August 31, 2015
Connie, Dave, Julie and Family
So sorry to hear of Harolds passing. He was a very large part of my life growing up as a coach, neighbor, friend, "uncle". Never saw the man have a bad day! He was the type of guy that you knew you could always count on for anything in a pinch. Will never forget him "smoking" the tires on Connies new Berlinetta camaro when I was about 14 yo. He did it to just make some kid laugh. Greatest thing I ever saw at that age!! Great guy..great loss...greatly missed
Corey Webb
August 31, 2015
Many fond memories of a Harold @ Hermon Meadows. My comdolences to his family. I will miss him.
August 31, 2015
So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Wally & Lisa (Worster) Curtis
August 31, 2015
Connie - my condolences I remember him fondly. He was always great to all the kids in the neighborhood.
Chris Cookson
August 31, 2015
Our prayers to Connie and family, We have many great memories of Harold both golfing and funeral business. He was a great man and thought so much of his family and children. Our thoughts and prayers are with during this sad time. Susan and Larry Audet
August 31, 2015
Dear Connie and Family,

I am so sorry for your loss, Harold was such a nice person and always made me laugh. I will always remember him helping me find a golf club for my husband for Christmas, he really knew his golf.

Your in my thoughts and prayers Connie.

Suzanne Estes
August 31, 2015
I'll remember Harold's smile and infections laugh! He was always fun to be with, especially at Bangor Kiwanis!
My thoughts and prayers go out to Harold's family. May God bless you all!
Jay Muth
August 31, 2015
Hap was a good teammate at FA. Seeing him at alumni gatherings were always a memorable time.
Mike Crawford
August 31, 2015
Julie and David,
I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you both are in my thoughts and prayers. You both have always been dear to me in spite of all the years that have passed. Much love to you both.
Linda McGraw MacNeill
August 31, 2015
My prayers go out to all of Harold's family, he was dearly loved.
Cousin Helen Grinnell Beal.
Helen Beal
August 31, 2015
sorry for your loss stephen harnish
August 31, 2015
Connie and family...I am so sorry for your loss.
Pauline Ireland
August 31, 2015
Connie, Gail & I are so sorry for your loss and also a loss to his hundreds of friends. We had many a golf game together in the past when he was working full time. Shriners, both belonging to the Second Section.

Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family.

Ed & Gail Nason
August 31, 2015
To the entire family of Harold Newman...We mourn with you on the loss of a great man. He was such fun to be around and could light up the room with his zest for life! He worked hard and played hard. He loved his family,golf,friends,golf,work,golf, the 19th hole for an occasional cocktail and did I mention golf?
Harold, we will miss you so much! Say hello to "Brother" for us, We love you ! Sister-in-law Leona Newman, niece Renae Newman and great nephew Chris.
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