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Samuel Thomas Harding II

December 7th, 1958 - November 8th, 2019

Obituary Samuel Thomas Harding II �Sam, Tom, Tommy, Duke� Sam was born in Post, Texas on December 7, 1958 and left us suddenly in Loveland, Colorado on November 8, 2019. He is survived by his mother Margaret Harding of Loveland, CO, a nephew John Haduck of Denver, CO, an Aunt Doris Bailey of Alco, TN and many cousins in Tennessee and North Carolina and around the country. He is preceded in death by his father Samuel Harding and sister Jeannie Harding Haduck. Sam attended schools in Sterling Park VA, State College PA and Boulder, CO. He graduated from Fairview High in 1976. He attended colleges at Colorado Mountain College and Chapman University. Sam served in the US Army and most recently worked for PCS Ferguson Manufacturing in Frederick, CO where he was machinist. Sam loved Colorado and was happiest with a fishing pole or golf club in his hand. He enjoyed skiing, camping and four wheeling with his family and friends for many years. He loved to garden. He was a bulldog man and had many throughout his life most recently Max. Cremation was entrusted to Blue Mountain Cremation Services of Longmont, CO. A Celebration of Life will be held in the summer of 2020. Donations can be made to Loveland, CO Humane Society. Services You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family, or by planting a memorial tree in the memory of Samuel Thomas Harding II

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Jill M. Ortega

A Memorial tree was ordered in memory of Samuel Thomas Harding II by Jill M. Ortega. Plant a TreeMay the light of God shine upon Duke and his family! Bring peace and comfort. From my heart the tree is a symbol of the growth and love Duke had for life and the love of all! We will miss you "Duke"Jill M. Ortega

Published March 9th, 2024
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Jill M. Ortega

My dear, dear beloved friend! You will be terribly missed! Your gentle soul, the biggest heart of kindness and the love of life! It break's my heart that you are gone but I will always treasure all the beautiful times we shared and made great memories of life together. I know you are a gardening angel for many of us in this dimension. I will miss you! Love and Light to you my friend. One day we see each other again.

Published March 9th, 2024
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