Cedric S Harreld
November 12, 1927 – October 29, 2019
Cedric S. Harreld 91 of Griffith, IN passed away on Tuesday October 29,2019 surrounded by his loving family at home, survived by his beloved wife of 16 years Betty Jo; three children Donna (Jasper) Malone of Griffith, Brian Harreld of Fishers, Indiana, Robert (Sandra) Harreld of Marengo, Illinois, five grandchildren Amanda Ferrera, Melissa Harreld, Jessica (Brandon) Felt, Gregory Harreld, Jacob (Maritza) Malone, 4 great-grandchildren, four step-children Brenda (Rick) Metros, Arlene (Tom) Paganelli, Robert (Patti) Bruno, Lisa (Tom) Luna, 10 step-grandchildren, 17 step-great-grandchildren, two sisters Wanda Patton of Beaver Dam Kentucky, Barbara (Late Frank) Johnson of Belleville, Illinois, numerous nieces & nephews, preceded in death by his loving wife of 45 years Dorothy Jean, parents Sedley & Bunnie Harreld , brothers Kyle, Thornton, Maurice, Ray. Funeral services will be held Monday November 4,2019 11:00AM at Kuiper Funeral Home 9039 Kleinman Rd(two blocks south of Ridge RD) Highland, IN Pastor Brandon Matthews officiating, burial Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, Crown Point, IN. Friends may visit at the Kuiper Funeral Home on Sunday November 3, 2019 from 2:00PM to 6:00PM. Mr. Harreld was a resident of the Calumet Region for his adult life and retired from J&L Steel, he served in the U S Army, he was a member of the Northwest Indiana Early Ford V8 Club. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Calumet Area in memory of Cedric
- Visitation Sunday, November 3, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, November 4, 2019
Cedric S Harreld
October 31, 2019
Diana and Steve Mahan
October 30, 2019
Dearest Auntie Betty Jo, Cedric's children and all my sweet cousins...
I was saddened to hear that Cedric's earthly life had completed, but excited to know his eternal life is soaring in the midst of our mighty Father, God!
I only had the honor of being around Cedric a few times at family gatherings in Indiana, as I live in Alabama, but he was such a sweet man.....I know he will be missed.
Thinking of you all and praying for comfort and peace in the days ahead.
Steve and Diana Mahan