Harold F. Graham, 76

April 30, 2021

Harold F. Graham, 76, of Honey Brook, PA, passed away peacefully on the morning of Friday April 30, 2021 at his home.

Born May 14, 1944, Harold was the son of the late Robert and Susie (Owens) Graham. A lifelong resident of Lancaster, Harold held several positions through the years. Harold worked at Lancaster Malleable Casting Company for over 40 years as a laborer and most recently at Keim Chevrolet as a maintenance man until his passing.

Harold was a hardworking individual that will be remembered for his unique touch, honesty, loyalty, and passion for his work and hobbies. Noted as an animal lover, Harold raised many farm animals through the years and helped provide refuge and kindness to stray cats that sought his gentle hand. He faithfully attended Green Dragon on Fridays and enjoyed ending nights around the campfire with his family. Harold’s helping hand, graciousness, and unconditional love for his family will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Betty (Rudisill) Graham; two daughters: Kim Miller wife of Dwayne and Holly Wentz wife of Rick; two step-daughters: Rita Way and Janis Gibson; a step-son: Mike Rudisill; two brothers: Ray Graham husband of Joyce and Jim Graham; a sister: Janet Brandt wife of Al; five grandchildren: Stevie, Whitney, Steven, Heather, and Renee; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Harold was preceded in death by six brothers and two sisters.

Memorial contributions in Harold’s honor can be made to the American Heart Association, 4250 Crums Mill Rd Ste 100, Harrisburg, PA 17112 and / or American Cancer Society, 314 Good Dr, Lancaster, PA 17603.

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May 05, 2021

Oh man this one hurts just met Harold less than a year ago, man let me tell you that he was one the realest men out there they don’t make them like him anymore, sweetest kindest man I’ve ever met, I can’t believe this happened I’m heart broken. Send prayers to the family. Rest In Peace my friend. ❤️

May 04, 2021

You were the kindest man and always shown your love for others. You will be dearly missed uncle harold! Until we see each other again….i love you. -Jamie

May 04, 2021

I am writing this to honor the life of Uncle Harold.  He was a beacon of light  for everyone he would encounter.   When I was ten years old, he and his family took me to the original Batman movie at the Comet Drive-In. Harold owned a red Chevy convertible, and I was on cloud nine going to the Drive-In in that classic car!  We also went to the Philadelphia Zoo, and went fishing quite a bit just around home in the Paradise area, to name a few of the happy memories.  His work ethic was of epic proportions, and his exceptional gift of assisting anyone in need preceded his kind reputation.   Harold will be fondly remembered for his  sense of humor, charmed personality, humility, generosity,  and for the extraordinary person we all dearly loved.💜🎣
Cindy and Randy Rapp

May 04, 2021

I worked with this wonderful man for 7 years. From the day I started not knowing anybody came up to me and gave me this awesome smile. Made me feel like I was somebody and that I had a friend in the company. Friendship became more as a father figure to me after losing my father. I will miss him and will always think of him. Ernie

May 03, 2021

May u rest in piece “Grahmie”…..Many a “fun” times with you and Unc. Dick……..To the Family….Very sorry for your loss. Bruce C. Leidy 

May 03, 2021

We loved seeing you come in Dollar General when we both worked there. You’ll be missed dearly.
Nicole and Branson

May 03, 2021

So sorry to hear of Harolds passing, it was a joy working with him over the years. He will be missed.
Mike Strubel

May 03, 2021

Our family is sending our sincere condolences, Harold was a great friend to our dad whom we also lost this year. They both will be greatly missed, prayers to the family. 
Kreider family

May 03, 2021

I worked with him since June of last year, and he was quite the character.  He really knew how to make me and the guys laugh every now and again.  I know all of us will miss that without question 
Nicholas Bigelow

May 02, 2021

Ray and I send our prayers and sympathy for your loss. He was a very special person. I am going to miss so very much. DD does too.

May 02, 2021

He will be missed by many those who did not get to meet him lost out. My thoughts and prayers go to family members

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