Harold Lefever, 81, of Frazeysburg, died at 3:05 P.M. on Friday, January 7, 2022 surrounded by his loving family. He was born March 8, 1940 in Savannah, Ohio, a son of the late Orley J. and Lela Mae Roseborough Lefever. He has worn many hats during his lifetime as a truck driver, construction worker, mechanic, and farmer. Harold is a father, friend, brother, care giver and you were never a stranger to him, only family.
He is survived by his four children, Cindy (Rich) Allen, Harold Wayne (Kim) Lefever, Jay (Judy) Lefever and Sherryl (Bryan) Roberts; ten grandchildren, Christin (Mike) Heim, Cassie Dawson, Catie (Rodney) Curtis, Jennifer (Nathan) Beam, Andrea Lefever, Kyle Lefever, Brian Lefever, Derek (Shelby) Roberts, Jordon (Rachel) Hershine and Zach Roberts; five step grandchildren, Sarah, Katie, Mandy, Heather, and Holly; twelve great grandchildren, Cianna, Cylee, Adrianne. Avery, Elijah, Emmalynn, Jordan, Harley, Wesley, Wyatt, Dylan and Caylani; nine step great grandchildren, Bentley, Axel, Annalysse, Caiden, Dylan, Lane, Maxton, Parker and Everleigh; and a sister, Franni Barr of Ashland, Ohio.
In addition to his parents, Harold was preceded in death by his wife, Janet Steiner Lefever and three brothers, Cecil Lefever, Jay Lefever and Clayton Lefever.
No calling hours or service will be held and a cremation will take place under the direction of BOLIN-DIERKES FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY 1271 BLUE AVENUE, ZANESVILLE.
A poem in remembrance of Harold:
Jokes all around,
Warm hands to hold,
A heart so full of joy,
His faced turn upward on a sunny day,
Sitting on the swing the world went by,
Friend a plenty,
You were never turned away,
Kind words were always said,
Advice was always free,
His heart was always open,
A loving hug was not lost,
Only given twice as much,
Old stories told with family and friends,
Laughter all around,
A daughter lost but now found,
Made his heart overflow,
Love was never in short supply,
Eyes were always open,
Fans were always on,
He listened to your story,
He helped you along the way,
Harold was a man of many talents,
But the best talent of all,
Was the love he gave to us.
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