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DeLee Hans (Hargrove) - Year Entered 1960

DeLee Hans (Hargrove)

DeLee E. Hargrove(1942 - 2015)

 DeLee E. Hargrove, age 73, of Delaware , died unexpectedly from cardiac arrest on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at her home. She was born April 20, 1942 in Yakima, Washington , daughter of Arthur Hans and Coetta Stevens Engel. A devoted wife, mother and grandmother, DeLee is survived by her husband of 53 years, Vernon; sons, Michael (Kaye) Hargrove, Oregon, and David (Danielle) Hargrove, Australia; her grandchildren, Jordan, Mackensie, Kristin, Kaci, Aaron, and Emma. Also her sister, Farroll Harmon; and many friends. Besides her parents, DeLee was preceded in death by a stepfather Eldon Engel and sister Penny Walker. DeLee was a member of the United Church of God. She assisted with her husband's pastorate and also worked part-time outside of the home. DeLee was an avid reader. She loved to garden, cook and serve others. She also kept a beautiful and inviting home. Friends may call 12 noon-3 p.m. Sunday, December 13, 2015 at the SCHOEDINGER NORTHEAST CHAPEL, 1051 E. Johnstown Rd. (at Beecher RD.), Gahanna, where funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Monday, December 14, 2015. Private Interment. In lieu of flowers, contributions in DeLee's memory may be made to Please visit to share a favorite memory or send a condolence.


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12/16/15 05:03 PM #1    

Cledice Decker (1959)

From Len Martin:

It was a sad day today as we gathered for the funeral of Mrs. DeLee Hargrove. Mr.Victor Kubik officiated the service and gave a beautiful, heartfelt tribute to both Mr. & Mrs. Hargrove. (Julie and I were in tears during much of the funeral.)

The men and women of the Central Ohio congregations that the Hargrove's served, came together and provided a wonderful meal and fellowship time for everyone that was able to attend the funeral. I am blessed to be among such loving people.

Mr. Hargrove is going to "hurt" for some time, but he was strong and admirable these last two days. Sunday, he stood for 4 hours during visitation, greeting each and every person that came. I estimate there were between 500-600 people that came to show their respect. Today, he was equally strong.


What a legacy. That's all I can say. WHAT A LEGACY!


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