Celebrating The Life of:
Mr. Eugene “Gene” Harding, Jr.
Sunrise : March 4, 1943
Sunrise: November 23, 2015
Friday December 4, 2015 – 11:00AM
Mt. Bethel Baptist Church 9011 North 60th St. W Porter, Oklahoma Rev. Hank McVay – Pastor Rev. Gary Mitchum – Eulogist
Military Honors at the
Fort Gibson National Cemetery
Eugene Harding, Jr. was born March 4, 1943 to Eugene Harding, Sr. and Margaret G. Gordon-Harding. He was the oldest of five children. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and son, Darryl E. Harding.
Gene was raised by his loving parents in Kansas City, MO. He attended Missouri Public Schools and later joined the United States Armed Forces serving in the Vietnam War and Germany. After completion of his military duties Eugene “Gene” was employed with Conoco Oil Company for over 35 years until his health began to fail. He was considered a million mile plus over the road truck driver. In his spare time Gene enjoyed fishing and bowling being a truck driver he loved traveling.
Gene June 30, 1988 to Freda Carter of Tullahassee, Oklahoma and he relocated to Oklahoma to call home.
Mr. Eugene L.”Genie” Harding Jr 72 of Tullahassee, Oklahoma dozed into the tranquil peace of eternal slumber on the morning of Monday, November 23, 2015 at the Veterans Hospital in Oklahoma.
He leaves to cherish his memory; a beloved wife, Freda B. Harding; six children, L:aSchon Harding of Kansas City, MO, Deborah Foster of Grandview, MO, Lisa Harding — Young of Kansas City, MO, Brian Miller and RaSchona Miller of Oklahoma, thirteen grandchildren, one great-grandson, Skyler; and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.
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