View Harold Mayo's Obituary
Harold Lee Mayo Jr., 67, died Saturday, Oct. 24, at his house. Wednesday at Church on the Rock, with Rev. Mark Sarver officiating. Burial will follow in Madison County Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Mayo was a native of Norfolk, Va. He graduated from Maury Higher School, then attended William Mary School, Emmanuel School in Franklin Springs, Ga. and graduated Christ for your Nations in Dallas.
He labored for his father throughout high college in Mayo's Jewellery Store in downtown Norfolk, Va. He was a graduate of Rolex Coaching College in Ny. He was a Rolex technician for Rolex Watch Business in Lancaster, Penn. He worked for Whitlock Jewelers in Eufaula; Moon Jewelers in Tallahassee, Fla.; Underwood Jewelers in Jacksonville, Fla.; and Kirkland Jewelers in Dothan.
He was a member from the Watchmakers Guild Intl. After retiring, he labored regionally for the View Store, Jem Ray Jewelers, Revard Jewelers and Hoppers Jewelers.
He taught Sunday school for a few years. He attended Church around the Rock. He shared the story of Rolex becoming a nonprofit business that supported orphanages with anybody that will listen.
He struggled with most cancers for your previous year along with a fifty percent.
He was preceded in loss of life by his son, Christopher Mayo, this past summer time, his father Harold L. Mayo Sr. and his mother Helen Daniels Mayo.
He is survived by his spouse of 44 years, Patricia Bryant Mayo. He's also survived by three of his kids: Dana Mayo Santiago of Madrid, Spain; Ginger Mayo Thompson and Gregory E. Mayo, each of Berea, Ky.; brother Raymond Paul Mayo, sisters Connie McGinley, Virginia Glancey and Mary Ann Mayo; grandchildren: Michael Santiago, Abigail Santiago, Anthony Santiago, Mitchell Santiago, Megan Thompson Deal, Courtnee Thompson Rowe, Emily Thompson, Ashley Mayo, Bryan Mayo, Caitlyn Mayo, Jentzen Mayo, Chloe Mayo and Alexis Mayo; greatgrandchildren, Ariana Santiago and Joel Santiago and his stepmother Mary Mayo.相关的主题文章: