OBITUARY

Harry Logan McCall

January 4, 1933February 16, 2013
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Harry Logan McCall, born January 4, 1933, went home to be with the Lord February 16, 2013 after a long illness battling Parkinson’s Disease. Harry was a 1951 graduate of Marion Sr. High School and a graduate of East Carolina University. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and served in the Korean War. Harry was born and grew up in Marion and and lived many years in Sparta, N.C.

During his varied professional career he held jobs as a mechanic, long haul truck driver, high school math teacher and spent many years as a manager with Pioneer Eclipse in Sparta, NC. Harry is a member of Second Baptist Church in Rutherfordton and associate member of First Christian Church of Marion. Harry was also a dedicated Gideon.

He is survived by his wife Jane Hall McCall formerly of Marion and his four adult sons from his earlier marriage to the former Patricia Topping and the son’s families. The families include Lee and his wife Crystal McCall of Raleigh and children Patricia and Marshall, Logan and wife Mary McCall of Nashville and children Jared and Haley, David and his wife Sarah McCall of Wilson and children Max, Carson, Lindy and Parker, and Donny and his wife Wendy McCall of Sparta and son Jesse. Harry is also survived by his grandson CJ Warren who resided with Harry and Jane in Forest City. Harry is also survived by his sister Dorothy Jo McCall of Marion. Harry was married to Jane at the time of the death of her two children Vicki and Nicki. CJ Warren is the son of Vicki.

Harry will be remembered as a kind and caring husband, father and grandfather. Harry had a passion for automobiles, trains, radios and most all things mechanical. For many years he was a licensed Amateur Radio Operator.

There will be a visitation at Kirksey Funeral Home in Marion on Sunday, February 17th from 5pm until 7pm. A private graveside service will be held on Monday morning, February 18th. Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life Service at 11am at First Christian Church of Marion. Online condolences may be made to the McCall family at www.kirkseyfhmarion.com.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, February 17, 2013
  • Funeral Service Monday, February 18, 2013
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Harry Logan McCall

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Jean Hanna

February 22, 2013

You'll cherish every moment forever and ever. Do it with a smile.

SHEILA BRYAN

February 21, 2013

SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT HARRY'S PASSING. I WORKED WITH HIM
SEVERAL YEARS AT PIONEER ECLIPSE AND HE WAS A GOOD CO-
WORKER. I'M SURE HE WILL BE MISSED.

YOU ALL ARE IN MY PRAYERS.

DANNY & BEVERLY PRUITT

February 19, 2013

HI JANE
WE LOVE YOU AND WE LOVED HARRY. BUT WE ALL KNOW WE WILL SEE HIM AGAIN.
LOVE AND PRAYERS

Pam Rhinehart

February 19, 2013

Jane,
You are in my prayers my friend.May God Bless and Keep you...Love Ya.

Pamela Horrell

February 19, 2013

Lee my dear friend..my thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Remember the joy he brought into each of your lives and share in the knowledge of a life well lived. Pamela Horrell

Philip and Denise Rasmus

February 18, 2013

Although we know that no words can ease the loss you feel, just know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Wayne Miles

February 18, 2013

Lee , Logan , David , Donnie, Your dad was always good to me, Being with you and your family is part of my furtherest memories of growing up.
I remember being in Ronoake Rapids, and the big house next to the elementary school in Sparta. There was always something to do with four boys around. Your Dad helped my Dad get things done when they were building houses,without your Dads input that would have been impossible.
Dad always had every confidence in Harry (Karo) McCall.
Wayne Miles

Sabrina Lightfoot

February 18, 2013

Lee, I am terribly sorry for your loss. Your father sounds to have been quite a man, including a veteran as is my father. Having lost my mother a few years back and having been lost without the help of the wonderful people of Hospice in her care especially through the final days, I share your appreciation for their unending support. I hope you know he is finally at peace and with his loving Lord. May God also be there now for you and your family to guide you in the coming days. My sincerest condolences. Sabrina Lightfoot, Franklinton, NC.

Kathy Benson

February 18, 2013

Lee, your father lived quite a life, filled with varied interests, surrounded by family and friends. He must have been a man who persevered, even during his illness. We remember you in this time of sorrow. God bless you all.

Abreena W. Tompkins

February 18, 2013

Lee and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Praise God for our hope in Jesus for all eternity! I extend my sincerest sympathies to you and all of your family! I know how it feels to lose your dad. God bless each of you!