Harriet J. Reed
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Harriet J. Reed
She was born May 29, 1930 in Long Lake, New York to Howard Rollman and Mary Brown Rollman.
Harriet was the Co-Director of the Sea Breeze Manor Retirement Home. She was a member of the Wesleyan Church and a long-time supporter of various missionary work. She loved nature, flowers and hymns, but most of all, she loved the Lord.
Harriet was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Vernon Edward Reed, who passed away March 18, 2008; her daughter, Christine Woodberry; her son-in-law, Jim Woodberry; her sister, Louise Henderson; and her grandson, Stephen Reed.
She is survived by her sons, Rev. Daniel Reed and his wife, Melissa, of Loganton, Penn.; and Rev. Mark Reed and his wife, Tina of Bicknell, Ind.; her daughter, Debbie Fennell and her husband, Rev. Terry Fennell, of Prairie Creek; her brothers, Elliott Henderson and Floyd Henderson; her sisters, Rose Sykes and Lillian Shumway; and 12 grandchildren; Valerie Winter, Wesley Reed, Timothy Reed, Joseph Reed, Trenton Fennell, Amanda Tan, Heather Reed, David Reed, Katherine Secrest, Emily Reed, Samuel Woodberry, and Niki Midgett, as well 12 great-grandchildren and many others she "mothered" along life's course.
Services will be held Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 1 p.m. at Fitzpatrick Funeral Home, 220 North Third Street, West Terre Haute; with visitation from 11 a.m. until service time at the funeral home. The Reverends Mark Reed, Dan Reed and Terry Fennell will be officiating; burial will follow in Highland Lawn Cemetery. The family's hearts were deeply touched by the entire staff of Union Hospital for the compassionate care given to Harriet. Online condolences may be made at www.fitzpatrickfunerals.com.
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