Harry E. Failor, Sr., 73, of Carlisle, died Friday,
March 18, 2011, at Carlisle Regional Medical Center. He was born on Tuesday, March 30, 1937, in Plainfield, a son of the late
Parker E. Failor, Sr. and Martha I. (Dunkle) Failor.
Harry retired after 33 years of service with
the Borough of Carlisle, where he was a foreman with the Street Department. He also had worked for the former Duffy-Motts
Cannery in Aspers. He enjoyed and loved his family, hunting, fishing and spending time at the family cabin in Perry County.
Harry was a member of the Tuscarora State Forest Owners Association.
He is survived by his loving and devoted wife
of 51 years, Audrey E. (Ickes) Failor, his children; Harry E., Jr. (and his wife, Helen) Failor, Bryan E. (and his wife, Tina)
Failor and Scarlet E. Railing, all of Carlisle, brothers; Parker Failor, Jr., Paul Failor, Lawrence "Buzz" Failor and John
Failor, all of Carlisle and Eugene Failor of Gardners, sisters; Alice Clepper of Mt. Holly Springs and Sarah Myers and Charlene
Shaffer, both of Carlisle, five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Harry was predeceased
by a son, Wayne Failor, who died in 1967, sisters; Elizabeth Barclay and Katherine Newhouse and a son-in-law, Michael Railing.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on
Wednesday, March 23, 2011, at Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, with Rev. Richard Reese officiating.
Burial will be in Westminster Memorial Gardens, Carlisle. Viewing will be on Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral
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Aunt Audrey and family,
May God bless and keep
you. Uncle Harry will be deeply missed by all but he is home now.
Love, Mary and Bill Nickey
May God give you comfort and strength for the days ahead.
Harry was a wonderful man and I'm glad I had the privilege of knowing him.
Mary S Hartman
In the 60's I worked at Duffy Mott's......on the night
shift as a payroll clerk and in the snack shack . When I saw this obit and the picture I immediately recognized
the picture. Harry, I think, worked on Frank Scott's crew....I might be wrong on this.....but what I do remember was
that when he came into the Snack Shack he was always so kind and so polite and I always appreciated that. My sympathy
to all and God Bless.
Uncle Harry was a great uncle and he was fun to be around
and made you laugh. What ever kind of mood you were in. He will be deeply missed and you are in our thoughts and prayers.
PEANUT AND FAMILY :-(
Aunt Audrey and family,
Uncle Harry will be greatly missed my me. He
meant the world to me.
Harry & Helen and Family,
I am so sorry to hear
about your Dad, you and your family are in our prayers.
Audrey and family,
I am sorry to hear about Harry.
will be greatly missed by all who knew him
I don't know where to start..... Goodness it just seems like yesterday that Harry was making fun of me and
calling me Carrot top. Where did all those years go... I can honestly say that he was one hell of a guy...always making you
laugh. I remember at Angela's wedding when I was walking down the isle and he smiled at me and pushed out his false teeth
and they almost fell on the floor. I laughed so hard I almost couldn't walk down the isle. All of those years in the bitter
cold butchering hogs.. I will always cherish and keep those memories close to my heart and I hope that you will as well.
Memories will help ease the hurt in your heart.
Amy M. Black (Failor)better known to Harry as....
Red head peed the bed blamed it on the cabbage head ... ha
ha Harry RIP
and Helen, Scarlet, Pork and Ryan
We are saddened to hear about Harry. He is truly missed by all. You are in
our thoughts and heart.
Lorie and Rod
To the Failor Family,
Brad and I are so sorry to
hear of the passing of Harry. Harry and all of his family were some of our favorite customers at the former "Olde Fishing
Station". I hope that your wonderful memories will help you through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with
Laurel and Brad Lautsbaugh original owners of "The Olde
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