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Harold James ShockShock

February 21, 1933 – November 7, 2017

 

Harold J. Shock, age 84, of Monroe, passed away peacefully at Fountain View of Monroe on Tuesday, November 7, 2017.

 

Family and friends may visit from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday, November 10th at Rupp Funeral Home where funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 11th at 9 a.m. Rev. Dr. Joseph Byrd of Stewart Road Church of God will officiate. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park, LaSalle.

 

Born February 21, 1933 in Monroe, He was one of eight children born from the union of the late Sam and Edith Shock. Harold served his country proudly in the United States Army during the Korean War. On November 27, 1965, He married the love of his life, Eunice (Welch) Shock in Monroe.

 

Harold was a member of the United Auto Workers. For twenty three years,he made his living working for the Ford Motor Company in Maumee, Ohio as a Carpenter and for ten years as a Carpenter for the Monroe Local, retiring in 1999. Harold attended Stewart Road Church of God

 

To cherish his memory, Harold leaves his loving wife of 52 years, Eunice, one son; Randall (Julie) Smith of Orlando Florida, one daughter; Tami (Rick) Simpson of LaSalle, three sisters; Shirley (Mick) Rafko of Monroe, Betty Vogenreiter of Monroe and Debbie Shock of Monroe, six grandchildren; Melissa Harris, Caitlyn Smith, Cody Smith, Joshua Simpson, Jeremiah Simpson and Jonathan Simpson and four great grandchildren; Jace Harris, Jaiden Harris, Joshua Russell and Javeon Ratliff.

 

Harold was preceded in death by his parents, a son; Charles, three brothers; Earl “Butch” Shock, Wilford Shock and Robert Shock, and a sister; Beulah Mae Edwards.

 

Memorial donations are suggested to Stewart Road Christian Ministries Center and ProMedica Hospice.

 

Online condolences to the family may be sent through www.ruppfuneralhomeinc.com

5 Responses to Harold James Shock

  • Harold and Eunice Shock have been our dear friends for over 50 years. They are family to us and Harold will be greatly missed until we meet again in God’s great Heaven. We will celebrate a life well lived and thankful his suffering is over and is now rejoicing with his Savior and Lord. God bless and strengthen Harold’s dear family with grace, mercy and love.

  • Adel (Shingledecker) Ivey says:

    Deepest sympathy to Harold’s family. Harold worked for my father (Laird Shingledecker) at Treadmill Tire when I was a girl. I have many memories of him retreading tires in the back shop. I remember his sense of humor and kindness.

  • Susan Dawson says:

    Eunice, I am so sorry to hear about Harold. I remember him from my being a young girl spending summers in Michigan, he was like a big teddy bear, so kind and thoughtful. I pray that God’s blessings will give you peace and comfort during the next weeks. Tell the family that I will be thinking of each one of you, it has been many years since I played with Butch and Debbie, I still feel a family connection. You each will be in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you for being such a good friend to my big sister all these years, (remember the surprise birthday party? 28 years ago?) You are a sweet lady.

  • Eldon & Rena Shaner says:

    To Eunice and family, Sorry we can’t attend service for HAROLD. We remember him as a caring person who at the beginning of the Free Methodist Church he almost laid down his life helping. May God comfort all of you in your loss. The Shaners

  • Eunice, Grace Ann and I are deeply saddened by the news of Harold’s passing. We remember him as a kind and caring man, he will be missed. We send along our deepest sympathy to you and your family at this most difficult time. May the Lord above give you all a great measure of comfort in your moment of need. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May you all find love and support during this difficult time.

    With Our Love,
    Rev. Robert and Grace Ann Bolton

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