OBITUARY

Harry Frederick Dellinger

July 29, 1935October 31, 2018
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Harry Frederick Dellinger, 83, of Oak Hill, Ohio and formerly of Miamisburg passed away Wednesday, October 31, 2018 in his home. He was born on July 29, 1935 in Huntington, West Virginia and was a graduate of Miamisburg High School. Harry served his country in the United States Air Force and retired as an auto mechanic at Monsanto. He enjoyed fishing, was a NASCAR enthusiast and loved spending time with his family. Harry is survived by his daughters, Kimberly Clark of Miamisburg and Tabatha Reitenour (Bill) of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; five grandchildren, Jeremy and Brittany Davis, Miranda and Brandiss Clark and Megan Reitenour; six great grandchildren, as well as his sister, Vickie (David) Thomas. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frederick and Thelma (Wright) Dellinger Lamb and his loving wife of 53 years, Betty Dellinger.

Services

  • Gathering of Family & Friends Monday, November 5, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, November 6, 2018
REMEMBERING

Harry Frederick Dellinger

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Shari *

January 8, 2019

I just heard about Harry’s passing and I'm SO sorry. He watched out for me when my parents moved and was always there for me as my family was for his family. I grew up next door to them and they have always been my oldest and dearest friends. Neighbors were different then and we always had time to lend a helping hand to each other, that’s just what you did for your friends and Tabby I still help each other out whenever one of us needs it. Tabby, Harry and I took a few trips to the cabin in Kentucky to do some renovating and he was definitely amusing on a road trip. While we were there, he took us to a place to eat where we got to see local people entertain and it was remarkable. Those trips are a time I will never forget and will cherish always. Harry was the same every time I saw him. Even when we hadn’t seen each other in a while, time never seemed to matter. Every time I saw him it was like we were just continuing the conversation we had before. You always knew where you stood with him and that is something that I admired the most about him, he was genuine and true to himself. He was never fake in any way, he was authentic and he was who he was. He was definitely a good man. He was one of a kind and this broken world could use more like him. God bless Harry and Betty as they walk on the golden streets of heaven hand in hand…….together for eternity. Prayers to the family for their loss, his absence will be felt and he will truly be missed.

Jessie Knapp

November 3, 2018

Oh the memories I have of you, your smile and jokes always made me laugh, i will always miss you. Until we meet again 💔

Nancy Ison Spurlock

November 3, 2018

I first met Harry about 4 years ago. As I walked in he has his gun pointed out of a kitchen window. He explained he was shooting at squirrels. Background there was bluegrass music playing. This was a regular thing on our daily routine.
I was his hillbilly nurse and he was my buddy in this life.
I will miss you my friend. Love you. Nance

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