Harold Dean Sneed

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Harold Dean Sneed

Harold Dean Sneed Funeral Services for Harold Dean Sneed, 87, of Leonard, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 at the Trenton Church of Christ. Johnny McCaghren will officiate. Burial will be in the Leonard Cemetery. Family viewing and visitation will be from 1 p.m. until service time Thursday.
Harold was born June 15, 1931 in Eastland, Texas. His parents were Paul and Minnie Stiles Sneed. He married Thelma Perkins October 5, 1952. She preceded him in death on January 20, 1990. He later married Marcia Lynn Smith Cruse, April 21, 1991. He had an Associate Degree from Texas Tech University, was a graduate of the Preston Road School of Preaching and was a member of the Trenton Church of Christ where he served as an elder. He also served the Lord as a gospel preacher/evangelist for more than 30 years and he and Marcia did missionary work together in the Northwest for ten years. He served his country during the Korean War as a member of the United States Army. Harold passed away at the Texoma Medical Center of Bonham Thursday January 31, 2019.
Harold is survived by his wife Marcia Lynn Sneed of Leonard, his sons and daughters: Michael Harold Sneed of Mansfield, TX and Ricky Dean Sneed of Cromer NSW, Australia, Carol Cruse Dutilly and Tracy Hampton, both of Leonard, his brother Vernon Sneed of Houston and his seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Harold was preceded in death by his parents Paul and Minnie Sneed, his wife Thelma Sneed, his six brothers and two sisters.
In lieu of flowers, Memorial Gifts may be made to the Trenton Church of Christ Mission Fund.
Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home of Leonard is in charge of arrangements. An online register may be signed at www.tjmfuneral.com.
Published on February 5, 2019
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