Harold James Jennings, Jr.

harold  jennings, jr.
Harold Jennings died suddenly on December 18th in Richmond, Virginia. Harold was born on April 22, 1931. He is predeceased by his wife of 49 years, Ada Stewart Jennings, their children Karen and Richard and his sister Beverly Hoch. He is survived by his son James, (wife, Regan) and grandchildren Tyler, Alyssa and Zachary, by his sister Mary O’Brien, and his in-laws, Rev George (Alice) Stewart and Rev Carl (Sylvia) Stewart as well as many nieces and nephews.

Harold was a 50 year member of the Concord Lodge AF & AM of Vienna and spent many happy years working for Job’s Daughters with his wife Ada.

Harold and Ada made their home in Herndon for 30 years and enjoyed traveling, keeping people entertained and laughing as well as a little Drambuie nightcap.

A viewing will be held Wednesday 12 to 1 pm with the funeral service at 1 pm at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 West Maple Ave, Vienna VA 22180. Harold will be laid to rest in Flint Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to either the Masonic Home of Virginia, or the Jobs Daughters of Virginia.

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  1. The Owners and Staff at the Money and King Funeral Home, wish to express our sincere sympathy to you. It is our hope that we may be able to make a difficult time more bearable. Please feel free to call us anytime as we are always available to you. Bob Gallagher Funeral Director

  2. Rest in Peace my sweet friend! You surely made a lasting impression on all of our hearts here at The Masonic Home of Virginia. The Jennings family is in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. He was one of a kind!

  3. I loved our daily talks. He thought the world of his wife and daughter in law. James your dad loved you just as much as he loved Regan. He also loved his chocolate and glazed donuts and his Drambuie. Harold was a wonderful friend and I miss him every day. Praying for the Jennings family. I agree with Mari that the Masonic Homes will not be the same without him.

  4. Mr. Jennings was a wonderful man. He had this dry sense of humor and always had me laughing or trying to figure out his joke. Mr. Jennings was always a kind man through everything. Being one of his nurses at MAHOVA he will be greatly missed.

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