Harry Thomas Neat

Died: Mon., Jan. 1, 2018


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Harry Thomas Neat, age 62, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on January 1, 2018 at 12:53 a.m.  He was born on May 14, 1955 in Franklin, Indiana. He was preceded in death by his father, Harry (T) Neat, and his brother, Robert Brian McClellan, his grandparents,Delvin and Florence Neat and Jesse and Pauline Batman. He is survived by his children, Cassaundra Kay Wilbur (Ryan),Ashley Michelle Keen (Chris); his mother, Marian (Neat) McClellan; his sister Cheryl Kay (Neat) Prochaska; grandchildren, Jace and Isabelle; nieces, Amanda Prochaska and Amber Ness (Darin); great nieces and nephews, Nevaeh, Julian, Elijah and Amos. Harry grew up in Brown County and then Bargersville, Indiana and graduated from Center Grove High School.  He served in the Coast Guard for 4 years and retired from the National Guard after 18 years.  He was currently employed by FedEx working nights. In his spare time, he loved working on cars and greatly enjoyed wrestling and playing with his grandchildren and great niece and nephews. Arrangements for a celebration of life will be set at a later date. Singleton Community Mortuary and Memorial Center is handling the arrangements.

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Susan Walker Roberts
   Posted Fri January 05, 2018
Marian and Cheryl,
With heavy heart, we extend our condolences to you. Your son, and brother, will be in your memories forever, those you lost him too soon;. My memories go back to our childhoods and Brown County. My mother, Earline and father, Bud Walker, and my sisters, Sharon, Sandra and Stacey all extend our sorrow for your loss.
May God comfort you both, along with the family of this good man.
~Susan

Rene Johnson Lowdermilk
   Posted Fri January 05, 2018
Dear Marian & Cheryl,
I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. It has been many years, but happy
memories of Harry still make me smile. He was a special person that will
truly be missed. Hugs & prayers, Rene

Michael Richards
   Posted Fri January 05, 2018
So sorry to hear of your loss. Lots of memories of Harry in High School, Not the least of which was our times roofing houses in the area. That led to my 30+ years in the construction trades. Thanks Harry, those were good times.

Judy Deer Borron and Tom Deer
   Posted Sun January 07, 2018
Marian and Cheryl--
We were shocked and saddened to learn of Harry's passing. He was a big part of our youth! We both have many fond memories of shared activities, including church youth group, school events, and just generally being together as friends. It was such a big deal when Harry was featured in the newspaper for being in Home Ec class with all the girls. Also, our Dad reminisced for years about the trip Dad, Tom, and Harry took to the Swiss Wine Festival in Vevay, Indiana, in our old Jeep; Harry enjoyed roaming the river front where lots of boats were docked, and we camped out on the ground above the river. Judy remembers the last time she saw Harry, years ago, at Roy and Olive Utterback's estate sale. Harry gave Judy a big hug, like no time had passed.
We know this must be a very difficult time, particularly with the suddenness of Harry's passing, but we hope that good memories provide some comfort.
Judy and Tom

steve whitmore
   Posted Tue January 09, 2018
I was Harry's Platoon Sergeant in the National Guard at Shelbyville. We were an aircraft armament platoon working on the UH1M and Cobra gunships and also supported the gunnery exercises for the Cavalry that the birds were assigned. Harry was well liked and a good soldier who had great technical skills. I can still remember Harry with a calabash pipe analyzing a problem that would come up. I also knew Harry slightly as he was in my sister's same grade and I believe he went to our church as well. The Army lost a good Veteran and I a fellow soldier and friend. I and two other platoon members, Sgt.'s Gantz and Turner, would like to attend the celebration of life if possible. Please advise the date when available, thank you.

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