Harry S. Harper

Harry S. Harper

October 18, 1947 - August 09, 2018

Harry S. Harper

October 18, 1947 - August 09, 2018


Harry S. Harper

South Beaver Township


Harry S. Harper, 70, of South Beaver Township passed away unexpectedly Thursday August 9. He was born October 18, 1947 in Rochester and was the son of the late Harry and Ruth E. Hogue Harper. Harry had lived in the Beaver area all his life, was a former driver for McCarter Transit and later worked for and retired from Penn Dot. He was a member of the Marion Hill Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, New Brighton and volunteered weekly to use his talent on the keyboard at Providence Health Care in Beaver Falls. In addition to his parents, Harry was preceded in death by his wife Kathleen Harper in 1998 and his in-laws, Paul and Delores Hays. He is survived by his daughter Kara R. Harper, South Beaver, a great uncle, Ernest Traylor, Beaver, cousins, Elizabeth Hogue Letteri, Kettering, OH, Patty Hogue Abdelmessih, Zion, IL and Laura Hogue Niedergall, Beaver, his favorite kitty cat, Houdini and best friend Michael Jackson. Burial will be with his wife in Beaver Cemetery. A memorial service celebrating Harry’s life will be Saturday, August 18 at 11 AM in the Marion Hill Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The Todd Funeral Home, 340 Third Street, Beaver has been entrusted with the arrangements.


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2 responses to Harry S. Harper

  1. Alfred and Ronda Rodriguez says:

    We have only known you for a few years but our lives are richer from knowing you. Your singing, your smile and your laughter will be missed. No need to worry Harry, we all will be watching over your precious Kara. She is a very strong woman and she will be okay. Prayers and condolences to Harry family and friends.

  2. Sonny Blucher says:

    The residents at Providence Health Care in Beaver Falls, PA are so blessed by the wonderful organ playing and loved the beautiful Christian solos he sang each week.Darlene and I have gotten very close to Kara and Harry and will miss him greatly as will his “family” at Providence.We all appreciate his faithfulness in volunteering each Tuesday and the members of the Activity Department will miss him as well.Good blessings to a great friend and dedicated servant of the Lord.Love to Kara as well.Love, Sonny and Darlene Blucher

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