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Harry W. McLaughlin

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Harry passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on Monday 1/8/18. Harry "Mac" Mclaughlin was a devoted family man. His family was the center of his life and served as his inspiration to make each day better than the day before. He was happily married for 52 years to his wife Olive.  Harry touched many during his life creating sincere and lasting friendships. He was a proud American Patriot- serving his country with honor in the Vietnam War and flying the American Flag outside of his home rain or shine. His family and friends consider it a blessing to have been a part of Harry's life. He will be remembered by all with a smiles on our faces and joy in hearts.

Survivors: Olive G Mclaughlin (wife), Carol A Eccles (Sister), Tracy M Morgan (Daughter), Tara M Jackson (Daughter), Kenneth G Morgan (Son -In Law), Robert H Morgan (Grandson), Brian P Morgan (Grandson), Hannah N Jackson (Granddaughter), Christopher D Jackson (Granddaughter), Chloe G Jackson (Granddaughter), Ginger (beloved and devoted Dog)  In lieu of flowers, Harry asked to make donations to the Disabled American Veterans or the Wounded Warrior foundation.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 3 PM, at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA.  

4 Comments To "Harry W. McLaughlin"

Doug Wheatley On Jan 15 2018 at 2pm
Harry was a great friend I have many great memories of our time together. He treated my family as if we were his family. He will always be remembered in my heart as a real true gentleman. And we will miss him dearly. God bless and please watch over his family. Reply to this comment
Juanita Schickel On Jan 11 2018 at 9am
So here is my story. It was late one evening & Mick had gone to work. Someone pounded on my door, & thinking it was Mac, I asked who it was. He didn't answer. By now Pepi was barking and the girls were scared to death. I called your house & here came Mac with a baseball bat & Pixie with a rifle slung over her shoulder. I'm sure there were some kids in the creek laughing their heads off! Needless to say, I was grateful for our friendship on that night, and to this day. God bless you all as you adjust to life without him. But, realize that he is really never any further away than your memory of him! Peace & Love to all of you. Juanita Reply to this comment
Juanita Schickel On Jan 11 2018 at 9am
Pixie, Tracy, Tara. Words cannot express the sadness I feel for the loss of our Mac. Yes, he belonged to us, too. We have a long history of a great friendship. We have so many good times to remember, like playing bridge - actually teaching me; Johnny Fedora, picnics, fires, gabby neighbors! We've shared families, homes, good times & bad. Even being far apart for so long, we remain best of friends. Mac will be missed very much. But I am sure that if he were here, he'd say, "Don't cry for me. Celebrate my life with a beer and a good story." Reply to this comment
Barry & Lea On Jan 11 2018 at 9am
We couldn’t ask for a better friend and neighbor. You are going to be missed. Rest In Peace our friend Barry & Lea Parker Reply to this comment
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