Maxine Harsh

Died: Sat., Dec. 23, 2017


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Wed., Dec. 27, 2017
Location: Reichard Funeral Home


Funeral Service

4:00 PM Wed., Dec. 27, 2017
Location: Reichard Funeral Home


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Maxine Harsh, 94, passed away peacefully Saturday Dec. 23rd, 2017 at the Rest Haven Nursing Home in Greenville, OH. She was born in Parsons, WV daughter of the late Walter and Bertha (Upton) Price.
She is survived by children, Maxine (John) Bragg of Jamestown, OH, John (Ann) Harsh of Boulder, CO, Tom (Debbie) Harsh of Parsons, WV, Robert (Teresa) Harsh of Greenville, OH; sisters, Evelyn Moore,  Annabel (Don) Moore of Parsons, WV; numerous grandchildren; nieces and nephews also.
Visitation is 2-4 P.M. Wednesday December 27, 2017 at the Reichard Funeral Home Inc., 400 W. Deerfield Rd., Union City, IN. Services will follow at 4 P.M. also at the funeral home. Burial will be held at the convenience of the family.
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Greg armstrong
   Posted Mon December 25, 2017
Good afternoon
I have a little story to tell you something Maxine was put on this earth by God himself. She was a Paramedic who not only knew what to do but when to do it. I graduated with Maxine,
joyce Moyer and To Orr doe 11 months three times a day we drove to Dayton, Ohio. Maxine was deep in her convictions with our God and never lost her way. I used to call he Mon and of course her return would be son we did good. Debbi Harsh and I and Maxine used to run a lot with Maxine ane Tom. If anyone deserves a final ride its Maxine , Well Maxiene we all loved you so much but you never lost you cool. Until we meet again I
m sure God wil be there with his arms open wide. God Bless. (BYE MAXIENE

James B
   Posted Mon December 25, 2017
To the Harsh Family: I am sorry to hear about Maxine's death. It is never easy to deal with the death of a loved one no matter the circumstances. This is because we were made to live and enjoy our fellow loved ones. May God's promise to one day wipe out all tears and suffering from the earth serve as a source of comfort for a better future (Revelation 21:4).

Carol St. Myers
   Posted Mon December 25, 2017
Our family sends their love and prayers. Aunt Maxine meant so very much to me. We shared many memories as she helped me empty and wash canning jars when Mom passed away. She helped to ease the pain of Mom's passing. May you be comforted by the memories that will be shared with you in the days to come. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Carol, Darwin, Brad and girls & Deanna and Mike and boys.

Charlene Price
   Posted Wed December 27, 2017
Dear Family,
Aunt Maxine has meant so much to Ron and myself. We arrived in WV for deer hunting one year and I (Charlene) was having a very difficult time at work and I was hurting. Aunt Maxine and Uncle John were there. Aunt Maxine gave me a devotional (large one) on the meaning of Psalms 23. It helped me so much and her love for Jesus shone through so much. She was a little women with a lot of love for Jesus Christ. I know she was a blessing for so many of us. May God hold you close and we know you will cherish all the good memories. Many hugs and much prayer to all.

Roy & Pam Younger Naomi R. Green
   Posted Mon January 01, 2018
Maxine family, So sorry to hear about Maxine. God Bless your family at this difficult time in your lives.

kitty harsh pearce
   Posted Thu January 18, 2018
sorry about Aunt Maxine just found out this past tuesday 12th. she had passed no one on this side of the family knew keep in touch if you can at kittyp@frontiernet.net your Uncle Pats side


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