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November 19, 1934 ~ August 26, 2022 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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Harry O. Long, 87, Indiana, joined his master on Friday, August 26, 2022.
The son of Orva and Phyllis (Clark) Long, he was born November 19, 1934 in Homer City, PA.
Harry was a graduate of United High School. He served his country for 2 years as a MP in the Army while stationed in New Mexico.
Harry owned and operated Longs Mobile Home & RV Sales located in Indiana, Shelocta, and Rte. 22 Blairsville. He also developed L & M Campground near Penn Run now celebrating their 50th year of operation.
In his free time, he enjoyed going for Sunday drives to see the country. Harry always had time to lend a helping hand and to stop to pet the kittens and dogs. He also enjoyed traveling to the state parks and to the ocean.
Surviving is his wife Audrey (Murdick) Long whom he shared 64 years of togetherness; nephews and nieces, Tom (Charlene) Hearn, Clarion, Sandy D. (Hearn) King, Brush Valley, Sandra Deyarmin, Brush Valley, Kenneth (Debbie) Murdick, Brush Valley, Kim Murdick, York, Gary Murdick, Coral, Eric Plowman, Butler, Barry Plowman, Sarver, Beverly Plowman, Butler; sisters-in-laws, Connie (Larry) Plowman, Dora Murdick, and Carol Murdick, Brush Valley.
Preceding Harry in death were his parents; sister and brother-in-law, Gloria and Calvin Hearn; special cousin Florence Jervis; nephews Ronald Hearn and Dennis Murdick.
Friends will be received on Tuesday from 6 to 8 pm at the John A. Lefdahl Funeral Home. Funeral service will immediately follow in the Lefdahl Chapel with Pastor Matthew Lantz, officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to your church or local Fire Department.