Harold Stith

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Harold Eugene Stith Sr. was born August 26,1946 to the late DeLacy and Dorothy Stith. As a young boy he moved to Columbus, Ohio and was raised by Russell and Elsie Stith.

Harold was one of eight children. He entered into eternal rest at home on Thursday, June 17, 2021.

He served in the United States Army National Guard with an honorable discharge on November 29, 1984. While serving with the Army National Guard he received an Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal and Ribbon in 1983.

Harold worked at United McGill for 13 years and retired from The Ohio State University Transit System in October of 2014.

Harold had many interests. He loved listening to music from Sun up to Sun down, collecting and displaying family photos, collecting ball caps, fishing, traveling with his wife, watching Westerns and spending quality time with his family.

Harold was united in marriage to Miss Beulah Mae Robinson on August 31, 1979. Harold was preceded in death by his wife Beulah Stith; Sisters, Kay (Joseph) Ceasar, Joyce (Donald) Crump, Alberta (Richard) Franklin and Brother, Russell (Rosaland) Stith.

He leaves to cherish in his memory his children, Renee (Jeff) Simmons, Lisa Stith, Harold E. Stith Jr. and D’Lacy (Nicole) Stith; brothers, William (Janice) Stith, Warren Stith; 9 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews as well as a host of relatives and friends.

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Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Monday, June 28, 2021 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

Interment at Franklin Hill Memory Gardens

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Condolence Messages

  1. Regina Godfrey

    Many wonderful family memories, we shared. God saw you hurting and came to ease your pain. Thankful for the memories and time he allowed you to be here with us all. RIHP Uncle Harold.

  2. Tasia Warren’s granddaughter

    Sleep in Peace Uncle Harold. You did everything your way and now you can rest.

  3. I WILL LIKE TO LEAVE MY CONDOLENCES AND MEMORIES THAT I SHALL WITH MY DAD HAROLD STITH. I WILL ALWAYS CHERISH THE GOOD MEMORIES AS YOUR DAUGHTER AND BEING WITH YOU AND MY MORHER. EVEN THOUGH I WASN’T YOUR BIOLOGICAL DAUGHTER YOU YOU WAS MY DAD FOR 43YRS AND THATS IS ALL THAT MATTERS. R.I.P KISS MOMMY FOR ME SEE YOU IN THE MORNING. LOVE YOUR DAUGHTER “GIG”

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