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Hardee M.

February 17, 1927 – November 25, 2018

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Condolence From: Moe Richmond
Condolence: Betty Jo and family - I am out of town and am not able to be with you this day but please know that my prayers are with you. It has been a privilege to have known Hardee for the last 25 or so years through the Pride Farm Improvement Club and I will always treasure that association. Hardee was a real gentleman. God bless you all. Moe Richmond
Wednesday November 28, 2018
Condolence From: Aneida Alexander
Condolence: Dearest Betty Jo, Ronnie, Randy, and Tracy, I am so sorry for your loss. I think we will all miss his smile, laugh, and those twinkling eyes. There are few men who can match his stature or generosity. The Lord left him with us for a very long time and we thank Him for that. Betty Jo, I am thinking of Hardee and Dad getting together in heaven - I wonder if there is smoked turkey there? My arms are holding (((you))) and hugging.
Wednesday November 28, 2018
Condolence From: Sarah Pipes
Condolence: Tracy,
I can’t even begin to imagine the pain you must be feeling over the loss of your father! I am praying the Lord will bring you peace and comfort during the difficult days ahead!
Sarah Pipes
Tuesday November 27, 2018
Condolence From: Walter Earl Waddell
Condolence: I will always remember the kindness that Hardee always showed to my father and mother, and especially his devotion and support to my late brother Wallace Waddell. On cold winter mornings Wallace got up early to help Hardy in the dairy, and on hot summer days he rode Hardee’s combines harvesting fields of carpet grass seeds. In turn, I don’t think Hardee ever missed a Zachary High School basketball or football game where Wallace was a star player. My memory of Hardee and the Brain family were the many family get-togethers where Miss Leona payed me $5 to turn the paddle for homemade fig ice cream. In true the biggest rewards of the day was just the taste of the delicious ice cream treat. Although I now live in South Carolina, my many thoughts are of The Plains of long ago and the people who made it a caring community. People like Hardee Brian.
Walter Earl Waddell
Tuesday November 27, 2018

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