Obituary for Harold Dalton

Harold S. Dalton, 88, of Wakeman, passed away Thursday evening, August 16, 2018. He was born June 5, 1930 in New London Hospital to Byron and Edna Dalton. He graduated from Wakeman High School and attended The Ohio State University. He was a lifetime farmer of agriculture in the Wakeman area. Harold is survived by his wife of 68 years, Lois and their children, Suzanne Dalton of Tampa and Byron (Wanda) Dalton of Wakeman; sister, Inarae Harter; daughter-in-law, Melinda; grandchildren, Brad (Jenn ...
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Harold S. Dalton, 88, of Wakeman, passed away Thursday evening, August 16, 2018. He was born June 5, 1930 in New London Hospital to Byron and Edna Dalton. He graduated from Wakeman High School and attended The Ohio State University. He was a lifetime farmer of agriculture in the Wakeman area. Harold is survived by his wife of 68 years, Lois and their children, Suzanne Dalton of Tampa and Byron (Wanda) Dalton of Wakeman; sister, Inarae Harter; daughter-in-law, Melinda; grandchildren, Brad (Jenni) Dalton, Andrea Dalton, Elizabeth Dalton, Rachel (Tim) Viveiros, Edward (Rebecca) Dalton and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Byron and Edna Dalton; son, Hal and brother, Wayne Dalton. A private graveside service is being planned. Memorial contributions may be made to the Carriage House of Fisher-Titus, 175 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk, OH 44857. Online condolences may be left at mormanfuneralhome.com
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Recent Condolence Notes

Friday, 8/24/2018
I have known Harold all my life. He grew up next to my folk’s place on Route 60 south of Wakeman. One of my earliest childhood memories is the “belling” of Harold and Lois after their wedding. I was too young to know really what was happening. I remember that it was a loud and raucous evening. Harold has been a community leader, supporter of the Wakeman Congregational Church, and lifetime local farmer. Lois, I’m so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family. Helen Wheeler
- Helen Wheeler

Thursday, 8/23/2018
I am sorry to read of Harold’s passing, I knew him my entire life. He loved the farm and he loved a good laugh. He and my Dad would often share stories and laugh those great belly laughs of theirs and life would be good. My parents always tried to see them in Florida, it was often the most important part of the trip, seeing Harold and Lois. My condolences to all, he fought the good fight, may he finally Rest In Peace. Brenda Busek Toney
- Brenda Toney

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