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Celebrating the life of
Harold E. Herrin, Jr.
November 25, 1953 - October 02, 2017
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Celebration of Life
  • 1:30pm - Tuesday, October 24, 2017
  • Isle of Hope United Methodist Church
  • 412 Parkersburg Road (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

Harold was a joy to work with and an even better person to know. His humor, creativity, and mischievous grin were never in short supply. Thank goodness for that. I'm so sorry for your loss. - Marc Nelson, Roanoke, Virginia

Marc Nelson, Roanoke , VA

Harold was a beloved part of our work family at the City of Savannah and he is greatly missed. His sense of humor, creativity and kindness brightened all of our lives. We extend deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

Julie McLean, City of Savannah Development Services Department, Savannah, GA

It is with a humble heart that I offer my sincere condolences to you, Harold's family. His smile and laughter was contagious and I am so happy that he touched my life. I pray that God will give you daily strength and that his laughter and his smile will always bring you joy

Catherinne Mitchell, Savannah, GA

Donna, I had no idea that Harold was your brother! Richard and I worked with Harold at Rossetti White back in the early 80's. I was the gopher, Richard a new Ga Tech Grad! Harold was the life of the office! A true comedian! He could make a boring engineering office a laugh a minute! I wish we had stayed in touch over the years! God Bless Harold and you and your family!! Maureen Simmons.

Simmons Family , Savannah, Ga

Harold was an amazing kind-hearted person. His absence will definately be felt. Praying for strength to all impacted by his loss.

Nicole B., Savannah,

Harold E. Herrin, Jr., 63, died Monday, October 2, 2017, in Savannah.

A longtime resident of Savannah, for the past 14 years Harold was a Senior Systems Analyst on the GIS Team with the Development Services Department of the City of Savannah. Harold was a tremendous addition to the Department and helped countless city staff during his service with the city. In addition to his talents with mapping and analysis, Harold was a very creative graphic designer. His work graces the halls of the Savannah City Hall, the Broughton Municipal Building, the Development Services Department, and many other places in Savannah.

He had a positive attitude and a great sense of humor and will be greatly missed by his family, his co-workers and his church family. He loved his church family at Rehobeth Fellowship Church where he had been a faithful member for the past 12 years. Harold loved riding his bike, was an avid amateur photographer and greatly enjoyed his constant companion, a blue and gold Macaw he affectionately called “Bird.”

Harold is survived by his sister, Donna Herrin Hamm of Savannah, his nephew, Kyle Hamm of Savannah, his niece, Mallory Hamm of London, England, and several cousins.

A Memorial Service celebrating Harold’s life will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, at Isle of Hope United Methodist Church.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests any remembrances be made to The Humane Society for GreaterSavannah,7215 Sallie Mood Dr., Savannah, GA 31406 or Rehobeth Fellowship Church, 1229 South Rogers St., Pooler, GA 31322.

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Harold was a joy to work with and an even better person to know. His humor, creativity, and mischievous grin were never in short supply. Thank goodness for that. I'm so sorry for your loss. - Marc Nelson, Roanoke, Virginia

Marc Nelson, Roanoke , VA

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Harold was a beloved part of our work family at the City of Savannah and he is greatly missed. His sense of humor, creativity and kindness brightened all of our lives. We extend deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

Julie McLean, City of Savannah Development Services Department, Savannah, GA

It is with a humble heart that I offer my sincere condolences to you, Harold's family. His smile and laughter was contagious and I am so happy that he touched my life. I pray that God will give you daily strength and that his laughter and his smile will always bring you joy

Catherinne Mitchell, Savannah, GA

Donna, I had no idea that Harold was your brother! Richard and I worked with Harold at Rossetti White back in the early 80's. I was the gopher, Richard a new Ga Tech Grad! Harold was the life of the office! A true comedian! He could make a boring engineering office a laugh a minute! I wish we had stayed in touch over the years! God Bless Harold and you and your family!! Maureen Simmons.

Simmons Family , Savannah, Ga

Harold was an amazing kind-hearted person. His absence will definately be felt. Praying for strength to all impacted by his loss.

Nicole B., Savannah,


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