From a long time and forever fan, thank you for the Memories ❤. That he was so much more than just his music as you all well know. God bless his family and remember he made the world a better place, by making people laugh. Harolds humor just made their act that much better. Before they returned to our fair, she moved away to live with her daughter so that did not get to happen. You will be forever missed. And still listen to them today. 88, 27-Oct, Obaugh Funeral Home. He was born April 4, 1948, a son of the late Ray G. Reed and B. Irene... Doris Hurst Young Loved them then & love them now. He was born January 8, 1929 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania to Howard and Vivian Carey and moved to Staunton when he was five. He definitely loved what he did in his life. Dwight L. Tinsley I remember as a child seeing Brenda and Harold at Shop and Save in Waynesboro. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. We’ll give you a quote and you decide who said it: Ralph Kramden on "The Honeymooners" or Archie Bunker on "All in the Family"? I have just learned of the passing of Harold Reid...what a tremendous loss. My aunt Maxine and I met him and his brother in the early 60's at the Hot Shoppes' (Marriot Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah) where we both were servers' they were so friendly and nice, sad to hear of Harold's passing. Rest in piece. You will be SO Dearly & Truly Missed by SOO Many! Glenn H. Crummett, Jr. Mt. Please know that as long as I live Harold will be a part of my life. 85, 31-Oct, Bear Funeral Home. Can you tell these two classic cranks apart? My deepest and heartfelt sympathies and condolences to Harold's family, friends and all who loved him. Staunton Rest in Peace Harold. Search Obituaries. Staunton, VA | News-Virginian | 07-19 Vest Jr., John E. May 10, 1963 - July 12, 2020 John Edward Vest Jr., 57, husband of Lillian B. Vest of Staunton, passed away on Sunday, July 12, 2020, at the VCU Medical Center in Richmond. But, he & his brothers. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Staunton, Virginia. I met Harold, his wife, Wil and Kasey in 1987. Small world. May you rest in Peace, and you will always be a bright star. I AM so sorry for you. I will miss the bright light she was in this corner of the world, the waves from the window, and the phonecalls to just check in. Thanks for All the Wonderful songs, laughs & Memories you left the Entire World! They were my mothers favorite and became mine. He was a kind man, and I love the Statlers music. he left this world a better place for all of that were and still are fans of Harold, Phil, Jimmy, &Don. There has never been nor will there ever be another group that will come even close to the Statler Brothers❤. I will truly miss him. She cherished those pictures and that letter from one of the people that she admired. May you rest in peace, Harold. Browse Obituaries and Death Records in Staunton, Virginia Mary E. Strother , 92 - Apr 22, 2020 Irene Elizabeth Carrico Farrington - Apr 20, 2020 Mt. there is joy in heaven . He brought (and will still) so much fun and comfort to our lives! I wonder how many"Roadhogs" were inspired by Harold and the Statlers. Solon - Jane Jones (Mohler) Coffey, 91, widow of Eddie Walton Coffey, formerly of Spring Hill Road, Mt. The reason I know this is that my neighbor , years back, was a tall 4 ft 8 inches Lady who LOVED this man. Staunton - Phyllis Biel Negron, 85, died Saturday (October 31, 2020). Boogie lived... Linda Kaye (Berry) Huffman He... Christian H. Harris I remember Harold and Don worked at the Farm Bureau grocery department and on Saturday's they would sing in the grocery section in the afternoons. Henry B. Carey Take our quiz and find out.

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