17 February, 1929 – 16 October, 2020
Harold Lee Loudenslager, 91, of Harrisburg, passed away Saturday, October 17, 2020 at UPMC Osteopathic Hospital. Born February 17, 1929 in Juniata County; he was the son of the late Wilber and Arletta M. (Miller) Loudenslager; and preceded in death by his wife, Janet Loudenslager; and 2 sons, David and Michael Loudenslager. He is survived by 2 grandchildren, Rachael Clifton and Austin Loudenslager and his wife, Mary Chapman; 2 great-grandsons, Nicholas Clifton and Samuel Clifton; sister, Keatha Dengler; and brother, Leon Loudenslager. Harold was a retired steel worker from Central Iron and Steel Co., Harrisburg, with over 40 years of service. He was a member of the Rutherford Lions Club and the Rutherford Fire Co. Harold was the unofficial mayor of Rutherford, he loved helping his neighbors, was an avid hunter, and a diehard Phillies fan. The family would like to thank Kelly Cleland and Stephanie Pugh for their outstanding support and companionship over many years. Graveside Service will be held at a later date. Online condolences maybe made at www.neilharrisburg.com
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Mary Tyler Whobrey
November 2, 2020
I was a neighbor of Harold's for many many years. Harold was a very nice person always ready to give a helping hand to all the neighbors. He will be greatly missed by all. R.I.P. Harold.
October 22, 2020
so sad to hear that Harold has passed . i was his neighbor for 15 years. both him and his family were the best people. so kind. my Prayers to the family.
October 22, 2020
Every time I look at my roses I think of Howie... i moved out of the neighborhood 20 years ago but he has always been in my heart. You will be missed Howie... but now you have Janet David and Mike again. Keep a close eye on us though.
Carole Van Den Hazenkamp
October 21, 2020
Harold was a wonderful person, who did so much good for this world. He was always willing to help anyone that he could. And in return those who knew him, loved him.
Harold suffered deep loss in his life, but he stayed strong and continued to help others! I am sure he is with his wife and their only children right now! If anyone walked a righteous path, it was he. There is no question that he is now in heaven, rejoicing!
You will be missed Harold, but you will never be forgotten!