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Harold Allen Sturdivant

September 29, 1951 ~ February 5, 2016 (age 64)
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A candle was lit by KEITH massengale on February 7, 2016 11:31 PM
I had the up most respect for Hal and I always admired him. Being a Deputy Sheriff for the last 23 years i had countless opportunities to face Hal in the courtroom. He was always very professional and in no way did Hal show any difference between his client and the states witnesses. Hal was for what was right and fair. I learned so much from this wonderful man. Hal you have fought your last fight and won the best victory that you have ever won and that is having won eternal life with our father Lord Jesus Christ. I will be praying for your wife and family during this difficult time.
Message from Alan Bunn
February 7, 2016 8:33 PM

Condolences to the family. Harold and I graduated from Henry County High in 1969. Very tragic to hear we have lost another of the good ones. However, for his sake, I am glad the struggle is over. ~ Alan Bunn, HCHS student council president
Message from Bonnie Little
February 7, 2016 8:08 PM

I am so sorry to learn of Hal's passing. I was his secretary sometime in the late 80's. Hal was a very fine, caring person. I will always remember Hal with fond memories. I will be praying for your family in the days ahead...

Message from Linda Roberts
February 7, 2016 4:03 PM

Lindsey and Chris,
The loss of a father is something we all dread. My heart goes out to you both. The memories that you have and the stories you will be able to share with you children will keep Harold's memory alive for generations. He loved both of his children and all of his grandchildren. He did his best to be part of their lives even after the stroke when simple and routine things became a challenge for him. He will truly be missed by all.

I am sorry for your loss. Hopefully knowing that he has gone home to be with our Lord will help ease your pain.

Message from Gail Long
February 7, 2016 8:11 PM

I am sorry for your loss. May God grant you peace. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Message from Susan Rohrdanz
February 6, 2016 5:21 PM

Pasty, we all loved Hal and he will be missed by everyone. The first time I met him I knew you two were made for each other. There were many good times shared together, a lot of happy memories to keep. Hold those close to your heart. You stood by him through everything to the end and Hal knew that. "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." 2 Timothy 4:7

Message from Conner-Westbury Funeral Home
February 6, 2016 12:08 PM

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Message from Julie Avery
February 5, 2016 10:51 PM

Patsy, I am so, so sorry. You were so faithful and attentive to him every single day. I pray that the Lord give s you the peace and comfort that only He can give at this sorrowful and difficult time. God bless and keep you. I am praying for you.
Message from Carol Price
February 5, 2016 9:44 PM

Rest in Peace, Hal.
Message from Donna Jo
February 5, 2016 8:56 PM

Oh, Patsy. May God cover you with an extra blanket of Comfort and Grace. While my time with you and Hal was brief, it was very precious. Hal was always fun, kind and gracious. You both were. Hugs to you and Hal's family. God Bless your heart! Love. Donna Jo.
Message from connie yonce
February 6, 2016 8:26 AM

Patsy, my thoughts & prayers are with you at this time & as you move forward. I enjoyed reading about your visits with Sweetie. Thank God for bringing you two together & the time you shared.
Message from june byrd
February 5, 2016 8:02 PM

I was Harold's nurse aid and stayed with him while Patsy worked . He was a very good patient always kind and courteous . He never objected to me being there with him and always treated me like company. I loved him like a brother and Patsy like a sister. I will miss him and his kind and gentle nature.
Message from Benjamin Coker
February 5, 2016 7:54 PM

Today I lost a friend and a mentor. In 2003, a law firm in Griffin, Georgia took a chance and hired me fresh out of law school. That law firm was Sullivan, Sturdivant, & Ogletree. Sam Sullivan, Hal Sturdivant, & Michele Ogletree were the partners of the firm. It is here where I began to learn criminal law and really get courtroom experience. We were all like family. We were in court normally three days a week at least, and when we weren't in court, Hal and I were at the jail meeting with defendants. Hal took me under his wing. I was just a young attorney trying to learn, and I learned a lot from this man.
Hal had a way with people. He was likable, charming, and very humorous. He was also an awesome attorney. He never backed down, even in the face of adversity. He fought courageously in the courtroom and in life. He loved his friends, his wife Patsy, his children, and a red convertible Ford mustang. I'm honored to say that he was my friend. Thank you, Hal Sturdivant.
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