In Memory

Carla Sue Storm (Harness)

Carla  Sue Storm Harness

 

Obituary  

Batesville,IN - C. Sue Harness, 77, of Batesville, IN passed away peacefully on May 16, 2018, surrounded by family. She was born to Russell and Susan (nee Moore) Storm in Cincinnati, Ohio. On July 21,1962, Sue married Wayne Harness at Carthage Christian Church. 

Sue is survived by her husband of 55 years, S. Wayne Harness, children; Timothy (Christa) Harness and Jennifer (Mario) Lawson-Bonilla, 8 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren and brother Jack Storm. She was preceded in death by her parents, 5 siblings; Evelyn, Earl, Sonny, Lillian and a sister in infancy.

Visitation will be held on Monday, May 21, 2018 from 12PM until the funeral services begin at 2PM, at the Spring Grove Funeral Home (11285 Princeton Pike, 45246). Burial will take place at Oak Hill Cemetery. Memorial donations can be left to The Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati. Online condolences can be left at www.SpringGrove.org.

Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on May 18, 2018

 



 
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05/20/18 10:45 AM #7    

Gary Lee Thornton

All of us from the Class of 59 owe so much to Carla Sue. Starting with our 10th reunion, Carla assumed the role of tracking everyone and keeping addresses current. She continued her relentless pursuit of locating our classmates and keeping their history up-to-date. What a fabulous commitment for nearly 60 years. We will all miss her. I'm guessing she will will be sitting at the Pearly Gates making sure her classmates get whatever position they deserve based on her records! In appreciation for all you have done, we wish you well Carla.

05/20/18 01:47 PM #8    

Sterling L. Williams

Carla was one of the nicest people I have ever known.  She always had a big smile and was anxious to help in anyway she.  

I missed her wising me a happy Birthday this year.  She always did 😢


05/20/18 01:59 PM #9    

J. Kenneth (Ken) Richter

Carla’s many conversations with me always started with the words…. do you remember? Often, I dd not and she would then precisely recount some situation, some person or some landmark of our past.

We both grew up in Hartwell and then went off to that …” Big School Woodward.” When we celebrated our 75th Birthday at the Montgomery Inn Boathouse, she brought some old pictures of Hartwell and shared them with me………Things I had long forgotten but were truly special.  Her contributions in ensuring that we stayed connected as the Woodward Class of 1959 cannot be overemphasized.

Carla, you have my personal thanks and great admiration…………. RIP


05/20/18 09:34 PM #10    

Robert J. Silverman

I will always remember Carla as one of the friendliest, sweetest classmates with that wonderful smile. We will miss you Carla! 


05/21/18 04:23 AM #11    

Sherman M. Kaplan

Sympathies to Carla's family.


05/21/18 08:34 AM #12    

Faye Dalton (Pennekamp)

 

 

It seems like only yesterday Carla and I were at Hartwell Elementary.  We then took two buses transferring in Carthage in order to attend Woodward high.  I loved her humor and good nature.  She ws an asset to our class because of her relentless search for updates on fellow classmates.  We lift prayers for her family at this time of loss.  

 

 


05/21/18 11:06 AM #13    

Gerald Benjamin

Carla was a sweet gal who worked very hard for our class for many years, She will be missed. Condolences to her family.


05/21/18 11:10 AM #14    

Donald Bowen

My prayers go out to Carla's family.  My memory of her is she was always a sweet, kind, and all around a good person.  She will be missed by all her family and friends.


05/21/18 11:59 AM #15    

Charles M. Campbell

Carla will be missed by everyone that knew her. Working on the 50th reunion committee with her trying to locate the missing people was really something. I don’t know how she had so much information. She would contact me and tell me that she heard one of our class members lived in some town or city I never heard of. I’d search it out and sure enough would locate that person. She was something special 

 

 


05/21/18 04:24 PM #16    

David H. Greene

so sad to to hear of Carla's passing. I hope her family can see the outpouring of love on this website that the many of her classmates had for her.Glad I got to speak with her at the boathouse get together. We all miss you RIP    Dave Greenel  


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