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A legacy in our hearts forever
Date of Birth February 01, 1962
Date of Passing September 30, 2019
Harmon Anthony Napier
from Georgetown, Ohio, United States
Harmon A. Napier (Homer) took the stairway to Heaven on September 30, 2019. He worked as a welder before diabetes forced him into disability. Harmon was a father, uncle, brother, cousin, grandpa( paw-paw) and great friend who will be greatly missed by his loved ones. His favorite band was Led Zeppelin. Harmon was a huge fan of heavy/death metal music, batman and bigfoot. He played guitar and loved classic muscle cars especially his 69 Chevelle. The Red River Gorge and Smoky Mountains were two of his favorite places to spend time with family. He had a heart of gold and was always willing to help anyone in need.
Harmon was born February 1, 1962 to the late Harmon Charles Napier and Rose Pauline Napier. In addition to his parents Harmon is preceded in death by his daughter Amanda Kay Shaffer Colyer, his granny Mae Marlow, his great grandmother Nellie Robinson, his siblings Elsie Mae Day and Gerald Napier, a niece Christina Marie and nephew Isaac Cecil. Harmon is survived by his long time sweetheart Theresa Shaffer whom he first fell in love with at the age of 14, his children Jacob (Jackie) Napier, Angela Holton (Corey Ward), Amy Shaffer( Cody Kratzer)and Anthony Shaffer, his brother James Napier, his sister Mary Russell, and his half sister Marlo Knepp. Harmon leaves behind 6 grandchildren who absolutely adored their paw-paw, Quinton Lee Jones, Everett Isaiah Kratzer, Kynslee Kayleen Marie Kratzer, Sophie Kay Shaffer, Katelyn Skyler Shaffer and Anthony Alan Shaffer jr as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Harmon will be cremated and family will have a private celebration of life for those closest to him.
His love for his family will always be cherished and remembered. His legacy will remain in our hearts forever and carry on through the lives of his children and grandchildren.
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