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HAROLD “HARRY” ALLEN MONGIN

Harold “Harry” Allen Mongin, 59, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Mercedes “Toni” Silva Mongin, died Sunday afternoon, June 28, 2015, at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

mongin - harry (150 x 250)Born in Savannah, Georgia , he was a son of the late Harold Allen Mongin, Sr. and the late Willie Mae Walker Mongin. Harry was a communicant of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. He retired from Union Camp Corporation after 25 years of service. Harold later was a crane operator with Operating Engineers Local 474. He enjoyed golf, fishing, and listening to music.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Linda Rickert Mongin.

Surviving are his wife of 10 years, Mercedes “Toni” Silva Mongin of Guyton, Georgia; one daughter, Taylor Mongin of Guyton, Georgia; one son, Brantley Mongin of Garden City, Georgia; two step-daughters, Kim Craven and her husband, Phil, of Guyton, Georgia and Haley Parker of Rincon, Georgia; one sister, Delores M. Fritts of Savannah, Georgia; two brothers, Roland K. “Pete” Smith III and his wife, Hilda, of Bluffton, South Carolina and William “Will” Gerald Mongin and his wife, Lucy, of Clyo, Georgia; five grandchildren, Chris Newman, Jr., Gracey Newman, Mercedes Newman, Anna Craven and Taylor Parker, and several nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 o’clock Tuesday evening at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 11 o’clock Wednesday morning in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service conducted by The Reverend Ronald P. Gatman, O.S.B. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens.

Online Condolences

  1. Donna Mongin says:

    May lasting peace surround your grieving heart.

    In Loving Memory…

    Donna Mongin

  2. pete smith says:

    Toni, it is a great thing knowing that my brother passed doing what he wanted to do with his son at his side. May you find peace in your sorrow and know that I love you. Pete

  3. Craig mac millan says:

    He is a good friend and a great worker. He will be missed by all of us who worked with the “Harry”.

  4. Craig Tribble says:

    My deepest heartfelt sympathies to all who knew and loved Harry. This world will truly miss him. Godspeed.

  5. Kathy harmon says:

    Brantley and Taylor ,
    I am so sorry for you loss. You dad was such a fun loving guy. He will be missed very much from this world. May your memories keep his spirit alive. Many prayers for you and your family!

  6. Crystal Nelson says:

    My deepest condolences to Toni, Taylor and Brantley. Harold was adored by all who knew him. He had a huge heart that you just fell in love with. He was so funny and a forever friend. I know after Linda passed, it seemed like he was so lost, then Toni came into his life and he was happy again. He sure loved his children. He had a brilliant mind to go with that big heart. Heaven is laughing today because of him. I know I, along with all his friends will miss him so much. I’m so sorry I can’t be there as I’m 8 hours away but with you all in spirit. God bless you all.
    Crystal Anestos Nelson, Cape Coral, FL

  7. Robert Coleman says:

    My condolences to the family, Harry was loved by many. I meet Harry in 1972 and will always cherish the memories of the time we spent together. Living out of town for the last 25 years I didn’t get to see my old friend much, however when we did see each other it was as if we lived next door. Harry will live in folklore for many many years.

  8. John McCarthy says:

    Taylor, and Brantley,

    I was sorry to read about your Dad. He was one of the good guys.

    Again, I’m truly sorry.

    Kind Regards,

    John McCarthy

  9. Susan Hewitt says:

    Delores & the Mongin family,
    So sad to hear about the sudden lose of Harold. At least, he was doing something he enjoyed & he was with Brantley.

  10. Richard Connelly says:

    Wanted to extend my deepest condolences. He was like a father to me and one of my dad’s greatest friends.

  11. Earlyn Simmons says:

    Brantley and Taylor, You are in my prayers during this time in your lives. Be strong and trust God. Love always, Earlyn.

  12. Nancyerelyea says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Harold was/is great guy! Prayers for all of family and friends!

  13. Sarabeth Coleman says:

    Will, Deloris and family: I was truly saddened to read this today and cannot express my hearfelt sympathies for all of you. Harry was such a wonderful person, so happy and always so upbeat. He always held a special place in the hearts of all of us who loved him so much. He will be missed. Love and prayers to all of you.

  14. Claudette says:

    Pete, my condolences and prayers for you and the family.

  15. Bonnie Connolly says:

    Taylor and Brantley my thoughts and prayers are with you! Your dad always brought laughter and smiles with him. He is now bringing it and playing golf with the big boys. You know he loved you and all of his family.

  16. Becky Keating says:

    Harry was one of those guys that helped anybody with anything they needed. He did so much for me and Charlie when we first moved to the country. I always think of him when I see a bucket by the side of the road because that man would stop to pick up a bucket! We will miss him but of course never forget him. He and Linda leave two children behind who remind me so much of both of them. They couldn’t have done a better job. Love ya’ll both.
    Becky and Charlie

  17. Cody Moore says:

    I loved harry. Just one of the best guy you could ever meet. You just can’t get much better than harry. He will be missed very much.

  18. Susan Shipe Lancaster says:

    My condolences to all of the Mongin family. Harold was a very special man who will be deeply missed by all that knew and loved him. My friend for so many years, he could always make me smile. Love you, Susan

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