2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Gary Harper July 20, 1949 - June 28, 2019

Harper

Gary Harper

Loving wife ,Sharon Denise , met Gary when they both lived in the Cincinnati area over 33 years ago. They moved to Grand Rapids , MI and resided there for 30 years. The last 3 years Denise and Gary resided in Noblesville , IN.

Gary is survived by his two daughters Lisa and Lara Harper and two granddaughters Cameron and Megan. As well as his siblings, Phillip Harper, Bill Harper , Mark Harper and Cindy Hacker.

Gary had a long career working for the Meijer offices for over 36 years.

Service is Friday, July 12, 2019 at 9:30 – 11:30  AM in the Lake Side Chapel at Arlington Memorial Gardens with burial to follow.

Map to the Garden of Prayer

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    Jim Cox says

    Dear Gary;
    To those who pass before us, we hope will be waiting to to see us when we join you. I hope to again see your warm smile, your firm handshake and your sense of humor when we meet again. God bless you and you and your family Gary.
    Your friend,
    Cox

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    Carol Zanto says

    Denise, so shocked and sorry to hear about Gary’s passing. We were so blessed to share so many good times throughout the years you spent in Grand Rapids. May God Bless you during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Our Love, Matt and Carol

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    Bompezzi Robin says

    Dear Denise: Moe and I are so sad about Gary’s passing. We had many gatherings with you two over the years, along with other Meijer friends and co-workers. Gary was such a good guy, always a friendly smile, and good stories to share. Please know we are thinking of you and Gary’s family. Prayers that your friends and family, along with memories of your Gary help to bring comfort. Love, Robin and Moe Bompezzi

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    Lora Devries says

    Denise, Mike and I are very sorry for your loss. Many good memories especially the Saturday nights playing Rook. Then when he and Mike would do their FogHorn LegHorn impersonations, always good for a laugh. He is going to be greatly missed by all that had the opportunity to know him. I think of you guys often and when I saw Harold at the office, always received an update on how you are doing.

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