In loving memory of MSGT Harold Justice, USA, Retired, who was born to Martha J. Hodges in 1948. Harold passed away on May 5, 2018 in Lawton, with his wife and daughter by his side. He was a loving and honest man who will be dearly missed.
Harold joined the Army a year after high school and spent 23 years serving his country. During those years he married his high school sweetheart, Alice, spending 48 wonderful years together. They traveled around the country and overseas on many tours of duty, earning many medals and awards along the way. After retiring from the Army in 1990, he worked for several companies ending with full retirement at Bar S of Lawton.
Harold was proceeded in death by his mother, grandparents, Bolden and Cora Justice, brother Perest Hodges and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Leaving to cherish and celebrate his memory are his wife, of the home; one daughter Cherrona Burfict(Eric), Oklahoma City; one sister Lisa Scarborough, Durham, NC; one aunt Annie Taylor(James), Durham, NC; sisters-in-law Annie Chambers, Darlene Lyons, both of Durham, NC; Delois Manley (Bill), Lansdale, PA and Rose Hodges, Columbia, SC; several nieces and nephews and many close cousins and friends.
Cremation services have been entrusted to Whinery-Huddleston Funeral Service.
There will be no funeral services just as he wished.
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