In Memory

Harlow Tucker

Harlow Tucker

Harlow A. "Tom" Tucker, 50, formerly of Granger Township, died unexpectedly Wednesday, December 5, 1990, as a result of a house fire.

Born in North Tonawanda, N.Y., he had lived there the past five years, previously residing in the Medina area.

Mr. Tucker was a member of Granger United Methodist Church and a long-distance driver for A.C. Express for the past 10 years.  He was veteran of the U.S. Air Force, having served in the Vietnam War.

Survivors include his wife, Sandra; son, Steven Tucker; daughters, Lynette, Dawn and Kimberly, all of Cleveland; stepchildren, Matthew, Marilyn, David, Anne and Todd Beatty; parents, Ted and Wilma Sutphin of Granger Township; brother, Len Tucker of Wadsworth; sisters, Teddi Knapp of Chicago, Ill., and Linda Sutphin of Wadsworth; and seven grandchildren.

Burial: Granger Cemetery.

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01/19/10 04:50 PM #1    

Faye Grindle (Curtis)

Harlow Tom or what ever we called you when we attended Highland, you died to young in a fire and we miss our classmate and pray that you did not suffer. I know family misses and also friends and now we classmates miss you. Faye

02/22/10 11:58 AM #2    

Gary L Bolte

Harlow I remember all the fun we had in shop class--you were a great friend. You accomplished a lot in your life and you will be rewarded for it. God Bless your family.

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