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William B. Harman
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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William B. “Bill” Harman William B. Harman, “Bill”, born March 28, 1943, transitioned peacefully Sunday, November 18, 2012, after a long illness in Key West, Florida. Originally from Chambersburg, PA., Bill was raised Amish. With traditions in tow and never forgotten, Bill, his parents, David Harman and Mary Kriner and sister, Rhonda, later relocated to …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My sincere sympathy to James and Bill's family. Bill was a good friend and boss. He gave me my first job when I moved to Key West 20 years ago and worked for him and James on and off since and came back full-time again this year. He will be truly missed and have very fond memories of the time we shared together. May you rest in peace.
Marie Clarke left a message on November 23, 2012:
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LaDonna Stoops Black left a message on November 23, 2012:
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Sandy Thomas Fisher left a message on November 23, 2012:
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Newt & Flo Stake left a message on November 22, 2012:
Aunt Flo Harman Stake and Uncle Newt Stake will miss Bill with much sorrow. We kept in touch with E-mails and phone calls each week. After his mother and dad died, he took excellent care of his sister Rhonda. Bill visited Winchester 4 or 5 times a year for a week or two after his father and mother died, along with Rhonda until she expired. We would go to Winchester one day while they were there. I (Flo) would cook a dinner and take it there. We were able to enjoy he and Rhonda's company. Bill was a compassionate, fun-loving and very intelligent nephew. We loved him and will miss him, a definite void in our lives. He will be finally joined with his beloved sister and parents. Our prayers go out to James and Abbi. Bill was a Lutheran, not Amish, Aunt Flo and Uncle Newt
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Newt & Flo Stake left a message on November 21, 2012:
Aunt Flo Harman Stake and Uncle Newt will miss Bill with much sorrow. We sent each other E-mails weekly to keep each other up-to-date. After his mother and father died, he took excellent care of his sister Rhonda. Bill visited Winchester 4 or 5 times a year.after his mother and father died along with Rhonda until she died. We would go to Winchester one day while he was there. I (Flo) would cook a dinner and take it there to enjoy he and Rhonda's company. Bill was a caring, fun-loving, compassionate, fun-loving, intelligent nephew. We loved him and will miss him in our lives. When he became ill several months ago, we would often converse with him. He will finally be joined with his beloved sister and parents. Our prayers go to James and Abbi. Aunt Flo and Uncle Newt Bill was not Amish. He was a Lutheran.
Mary E. Stillman left a message on November 21, 2012:
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Judy Nitterhouse, I'm Bill's cousin left a message on November 21, 2012:
So very sorry to hear our cousin, Bill, passed. He will be terribly missed. By the way, Bill was raised Lutheran, NOT Amish as stated in the obit. And very sorry none of his cousins, and an aunt and uncle, on his mother's side, were listed in the obit but we still loved him and he absolutely knows that. Prayers go to James and Abbi.
Mrs. Judy Nitterhouse, I'm Bill's cousin left a message on November 21, 2012:
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Ritan left a message on November 21, 2012:
So sorry & shocked to hear this news! Our thoughts & prayers are with those who are left behind. We are comforted by the knowledge that he has been reunited with his beloved parents & dear sister. May God comfort the hearts of all who loved & will miss him.
Robert E. Russell left a message on November 21, 2012:
My sincere sympathy to James and Bill's family. Bill was a good friend and boss. He gave me my first job when I moved to Key West 20 years ago and worked for him and James on and off since and came back full-time again this year. He will be truly missed and have very fond memories of the time we shared together. May you rest in peace.
Robert E. Russell left a message on November 21, 2012:
In honor of William B. Harman, Robert E. Russell lit a candle.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Aunt Flo Harman Stake and Uncle Newt Stake will miss Bill with much sorrow. We kept in touch with E-mails and phone calls each week. After his mother and dad died, he took excellent care of his sister Rhonda. Bill visited Winchester 4 or 5 times a year for a week or two after his father and mother died, along with Rhonda until she expired. We would go to Winchester one day while they were there. I (Flo) would cook a dinner and take it there. We were able to enjoy he and Rhonda's company. Bill was a compassionate, fun-loving and very intelligent nephew. We loved him and will miss him, a definite void in our lives. He will be finally joined with his beloved sister and parents. Our prayers go out to James and Abbi. Bill was a Lutheran, not Amish, Aunt Flo and Uncle Newt
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Aunt Flo Harman Stake and Uncle Newt will miss Bill with much sorrow. We sent each other E-mails weekly to keep each other up-to-date. After his mother and father died, he took excellent care of his sister Rhonda. Bill visited Winchester 4 or 5 times a year.after his mother and father died along with Rhonda until she died. We would go to Winchester one day while he was there. I (Flo) would cook a dinner and take it there to enjoy he and Rhonda's company. Bill was a caring, fun-loving, compassionate, fun-loving, intelligent nephew. We loved him and will miss him in our lives. When he became ill several months ago, we would often converse with him. He will finally be joined with his beloved sister and parents. Our prayers go to James and Abbi. Aunt Flo and Uncle Newt Bill was not Amish. He was a Lutheran.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
So sorry & shocked to hear this news! Our thoughts & prayers are with those who are left behind. We are comforted by the knowledge that he has been reunited with his beloved parents & dear sister. May God comfort the hearts of all who loved & will miss him.
Marie Clarke left a message on November 23, 2012:
My deepest sympathy to Bill's family, his partner James and little Abby. You are and will always be greatly missed and well love by all of us who knew you. I personally will miss the long and entertaining conversations you shared with me in The Mail Spot. What a wonderful man. However it is very comforting knowing you are no longer in pain and on to a much healthier place in which the rest of us can only pray to find when it is our time. You will never be forgotten. God bless you and keep you Bill and know that we will all be here to watch over James as well.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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