Paul Herbert Harding

2 décembre 19334 février 2021

Paul Herbert Harding, age 87. Of Bloomington passed away at his residence Tuesday afternoon, February 4, 2021. Born December 2, 1933 in Bloomington, he was the son of Homer and Sylvia (Hall) Harding. He served in the Indiana National Guard and was a self-employed stone mason prior to his retirement. He was a member of Turning Point Apostolic Church in Ellettsville. He enjoyed oil painting and collecting antiques. He was also considered to be a prayer warrior. Paul is survived by his three daughters; Rebecca Pifer and Paula (Ricardo) Romero, both of Sapulpa, Oklahoma and Debra (Richard) Preble, of North Port, Florida; one brother, Robert (Judy) Harding, of Bedford; two sisters, Sharon Lee, of Indiana and Rilla Dinton, of North Carolina, nine grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers and sisters and one great-grandchild. The funeral service will be on Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the Turning Point Apostolic Church with Rev. Ron Hawkins officiating. Burial will follow in Salt Creek Cemetery. Online condolences may be given at www.DayDeremiahFrye.com


  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 12 février , 2021


Paul Herbert Harding


Eric Chaplin

11 février , 2021

I had the honor of meeting Paul several years ago at a Christmas gathering for the family, as everyone I met was kind and welcoming...he went out of his way to make me feel like a part of it all.
A strong man watching over his family would be putting it lightly.
Rest in peace sir.....you are truly missed.

Ryan Quade

10 février , 2021

I love you Grandpa , I cherish the memories I have of you. All of your surprise visits down to Florida were always special to me. I respect your hard work ethic and faith and loved your sense of humor. I am thankful you were able to meet my children and they got to see how great of a man you were. I think of you often and appreciate you being in my life as a positive male role model.

Isaac Romero

10 février , 2021

Paul was my grandfather and was in my life almost constantly. Each time was such a joy to have him around. He taught me what it meant to be kind and how to work hard in life. He always told me stories about what we did together when I was a child whether it be walking on the trail for miles and find sticks to play with or riding on a haunted hay ride . It was always a joy to have him around. I know now he will still be around watching over all of us.

Dennis Hardy

9 février , 2021

Paul was one of my roll models growing up and still to today carry things I learned from him. He had me work with him for awhile would talk on our lunch break always good times. Taught me about certain coins he liked and pocket knives. Paula and I would run around flea market’s while he would set up. Just a wonderful uncle-man. I will never forget these memories I carry and he has left with me.

Baugh Angie

7 février , 2021

Any time I saw Uncle Paul he was in the same pleasant mood. He loved the Lord and loved to pray. He made preparation for the end of this life. Earth's loss is truly heaven's gain. I don't believe he will rest in peace, he will be too busy rejoicing in peace.