January 22nd, 1940 - April 15th, 2017
Harry E. Jenkins Jr., age 77 of Hamilton, passed away at Hospice of Hamilton on Saturday, April 15, 2017. Harry was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 22, 1940 to Harry E. Jenkins Sr. and Ruby (Morris) Jenkins. On November 12, 1959, he married the love of his life, Naomi Williams, who preceded him in death in 2010. Harry was a member of Springdale Nazarene Church and enjoyed spending his time for the Lord soul winning where ever he went.
Harry is survived by his children, Victoria (Scott) Hader, Nina (Jesse) Evans, Gina Lange, Harry E. (Petrina) Jenkins III, Hope (Scott) Caudill, Shanda (Danny) Clark, and Brandy (Kris) Sunnenburg; his sisters, Cheryl Miller and Alyssa (Dave) Hunley; 17 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; his lifelong friends, Chuck Chance and Ralph McSwain, and many other loving family members and friends. Harry was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, granddaughter, Rebecca Evans, and his sister, Jane Johnson.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family.
For My Dad.
I saw him
In the brightest light
And I knew it was him.
He opened his arms
To receive me
To take me home with him.
I thought of friends and family
That I would leave behind
And there was sadness
But this Golden moment was mine.
I heard angels singing
And I began to praise
And then I turned around
And saw the beauty of her face
Waiting with my loved ones
To welcome me to this place
Heaven and all its Glory
At the foot of Gods throne
Where I’ll be waiting for you
Till the day God calls you home
Rest in Peace Daddy,
I know you’re with God, Mom and family rejoicing in Heaven.
Love you for Eternity
|SORRY FOR YOUR LOST. IN OUR PRAYERS. HEAVEN HAS GAIN AN ANGEL.|
DJ, Jennifer, Colton, Lynnlea, and Kylea Benware
|Grandpa, we love you and miss you! You have taught us so much throughout the years and we will carry these life lessons with us forever and share them with our children. You were an inspiration to everyone whoever had the pleasure of meeting you. We love you! You are finally with grandma and walking with the Lord! RIH until we are together again.|
|God bless your family|
|Prayers, Condolences & Love for all, he was a very wise & nice man|
|Comfort and peace be with you all. Amen|