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Harold Grover

Harold Edison Grover

Saturday, June 15th, 1940 - Sunday, August 11th, 2019
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Harold Edison Grover
79, of Glen Haven, passed away on Sunday, August 11, 2019 in the Halifax QEII Health Sciences Center, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Whitehead Guysborough Co., he was the son of late Helen Grover. Harold was a proud retiree from Toyota after 23 years of service. After his retirement he kept himself busy working for other people and offering his help to people with his landscaping and carpentry skills. He enjoyed working with his hands, working on cars and playing his guitar. Harold enjoyed performing at local senior facilities with his band mates. He looked forward to the endless hours in the garage with his son in law, Dino. Harold showed his strength and bravery during his battle until his last day. Survived by his daughters, Frances (Tony Dauphinee), Halifax; Diana and Donna (Dino) Monk, both of Tantallon; stepdaughter, Shannon Wood, Halifax; sisters, Judy, New Glasgow; Barb, B.C.; 14 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Predeceased by his loving and faithful wife of 28 years, Patricia; his son, Minto (Hal) and several brothers and sisters. In keeping with Harold's wishes there will be no services. A special thank you to Carmel Comeau for her companionship, friendship and support and Tootie for her special hugs; Fred Hubley and Gordon Hubley and the rest of his band members for their years of wonderful music. Also, Walter Monk for being his adopted son always by his side, Devon from palliative care for all of his support and comfort during this difficult time and to Susan Cottreau, 8th Floor Nurse at the Halifax Infirmary, for the special compassion and comfort provided during his last moments. In place of flowers donations can be made to a charity of choice. Online Condolences can be made to www.rawalker.ca
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wendy isnor

Posted at 08:50am
Our Condolences to Harold's Family. He was a great friend for many years.
Always there to lend a helping hand, give advice or sing us a song.
We will miss him dearly.
Cherish your memories.
The Isnor Family
DC

Diabetes Canada

Posted at 02:24pm
To the family of the late Harold Grover.
A donation has been made to Diabetes Canada in Harold's name from Charlie Thompson. A friend and neighbor. Deepest condolences to all his loved ones.
SS

Susan Smith

Posted at 10:39pm
My late husband Bill Curnew and Harold became friends while both working for Toyota. Bill described Harold to me as “If you could choose anyone to be your friend, you’d pick Harold ”. After having met Harold, I understood the description, Harold was a soft spoken, kind, unpretentious, fun, easy going guy.

My deepest condolences to his loved ones for you have lost a truly wonderful man.
RC

Ralph& Shirley Conrad

Posted at 10:35am
Donna, Dino & Siblings - Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to you at this difficult time. Your dad was a good friend, a travel buddy, and a great singer. I'm sure he is in a better place right now without pain. We will miss him as will so many others. May he rest in peace.
JD

John Dolimount

Posted at 08:09am
Very sorry to hear of Harold's passing. He was a true gentleman and a great person to know. I am grateful for crossing paths with him in the Toyota world. Sincerest condolences from John Dolimount at O'Regan's Toyota Bridgewater.
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