Larry Eugene Harman
Born August 8, 1950
Larry Eugene Harman, age 67, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 14, 2017.
Born in Hanover, PA on August 8, 1950, Larry was a son of the late Stuart E. Harman and Sylvia L. Harman-Saxton. He proudly served his country as a member of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. Larry made his career as a professional truck driver, logging countless miles over the years.
An avid fisherman, he spent many happy hours on the water. Larry was a passionate sports enthusiast, and looked forward to cheering on the Dallas Cowboys each season and watching NASCAR.
In addition to his parents, Larry was preceded in death by his daughter, Jennifer Lynn Hearn; sisters, Sharon Mullin and Jane Johnston; and brother, Bryan Harman. He is survived by his loving companion, Cathleen Stewart; sons, Mark Steele (Jennifer) and Michael Steele; grandchildren, Kira and Ryan Hearn and Colton, Blake, and Dylan Steele; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
A committal service will be held at 11 am on Tuesday morning, October, 24, 2017, in the chapel of the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Rd., Bear, DE, where interment will follow.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.
6 Condolences for Larry Eugene Harman
Went to school with Larry he was one of my late husbands best friends! He was married to one of my good friends. R.I.P Larry you will be greeted by an elite group of your peers. God Bless your Family!!
Rest in peace
May you finally be able to rest in peace Larry. I could see through your tough exterior, to the real Larry, funny, loving, unselfish and a giving Larry. You will be missed.
Goodbye my dear cousin Larry. May you be at peace.
I loved you and we’ll meet again. Deb
I will miss watxhing the Cowboys games with you on Thanksgiving and swapping polyana Christmas gifts with you because you liked mine better. Everytime I eat crabs I will remeber your pool/crab parties. I will mis hearing all your crazy stories of when you were a rebel teen (like the one of the railroad tyes. I hope you found peace now that you are with Jennifer, your siblings and Jim. Thank you for being there for my mother and I when Jim passed. I will miss you.
Steven and Susan Harrigan
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family on your passing. It’s always a sad time when we lose a friend. We will always remember you fondly and have wonderful memories of the many times spent with you during those wonderful times fishing and hanging around on family functions with Jim “Bear Paw”. You leave behind a wonderful family and I know they will all be a great source of comfort and support to one another. R.I.P My friend.