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Henry A. Harrington Sr.

  • On November 21, 2018
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Henry A. Harrington Sr., age 84, passed away at home in Claysville on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Born on January 17, 1934, he was the son of the late Theresa Ann Miller and Clyde Harrington.

Henry Harrington retired from the Army with honors, March 10, 1981, after retirement Henry worked with Covenant trucking and Bailey Control. He was a man with a great gift to always tinker and make things new. He enjoyed life, great finds and traveling.

He was the beloved husband of the late Carmolea Harrington; loving father of Julie (Tim) Valastek, Traci Salisbury (John Hayes), the late Terry Jesenovic and Henry A. Harrington Jr.; cherished grandfather of Justin, Blake and Lee Harrington, Brandi Titus, Richard Bowers, Stephen Fitch, Rebecca Parks, and the late Tara Jesonovic; great grandfather of Lillian Titus, Cardelia Hewitt, Baylee and Clara Bowers and Jaxson.

Henry’s memories will forever live in our hearts.

All services will be private

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3 Comments

Julie Valastek
  • Nov 22 2018
Thank you dad for your service to our country. You made me proud to be your daughter. I love the father, grandfather and great grandpa you became. I will always remember the Sunday dinners, slippery rock in Georgia, the visit you and mom would make, or when we came their, how you guys always made it so fun. I will cherish our time we just shared dad in October, it meant so much to me. You are in my heart print forever. Rest In Peace daddy. My heart is broken, but my mind is at peace. Kiss mom, Buck, Tara and Terri for me❣️
Julie Valastek
  • Nov 22 2018
Always in our hearts dad, kiss mom, Buck, Terri and Tara for us. We are heartbroken but have peace in knowing you are in glory!
Julie Valastek
  • Nov 25 2018
We miss you dad. You left a empty space in your daughters hearts. I know your with mom now and I’m at peace knowing that. Please give Mom, Buck, Terri , and Tara kisses from us. Never forget, you will live always in our hearts 💕
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