Harry L. "Hairball" Liggett

Born: Thu., Apr. 18, 1968
Died: Tue., Apr. 23, 2019


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Apr. 26, 2019
Location: Singleton Community Mortuary and Memorial Center

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Sat., Apr. 27, 2019
Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Sat., Apr. 27, 2019
Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints


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Mr. Harry “Hairball” Liggett, 52 of Camby, passed away on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 in Indianapolis. He was born April 18, 1967 in Indianapolis to the late David W. and Mary Elizabeth Barger Liggett. Harry was married to Michelle M. Eggert Liggett. Harry was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mooresville Ward. He was employed as a crime scene investigator for 10 years for Marion County. After retiring, Harry was a fundraiser for the F.O.P. #86, Helping Hands for Freedom and The Walk Across America.

Harry is survived by his wife Michelle M. Liggett; children Savannah Curtis (Lucas), Jeremy Bucci, Christopher Bucci and Charles Bucci (Amanda); sister Susan “Sissy Bug” Love (Quentin); grandchildren Ella Branigin, Jordan, Mackinsey, Ahria and Kyrie; and niece Maci Love. He is preceded in passing by his parents and grandson, Henry.

Services for Harry will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, April 27, 2019 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2125 Reeves Road, Plainfield, Indiana 46168.  Calling will be Friday, April 26, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Singleton Community Mortuary and Memorial Center, and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until the hour service at church. Interment will follow at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. Online condolences may be extended to the family by visiting www.singletonmortuary.com.

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David P. McCash
   Posted Thu April 25, 2019
I'm saddened to hear that you have passed away. My brother Alex sent me a text yesterday to let me know. I learned late about your health issues. Our lives get so busy.

I've been thinking about our friendship and stories start to flood back to memory. Your father David Liggett and yourself influenced me to join the Manual Redskins football team in High School. I served as the manager making sure the players had all the gear they needed for each game. It was a good experience for me.

I also remember when the Liggett house on Cottage Avenue was burglarized. My brother Charles and I spent the night with you at the Cottage house and all three of us waited for the burglars to return. We each had Louisville Sluggers at hand.

I also remember in the 1990s when I was living in Salt Lake City you came out to visit me and you were wearing a long leather jacket, I wasn't home, but my LDS roommate told me "there's a mafia looking guy asking questions about you and where you are at?" I thought that was funny. I guess Harry does have a James Gandolfini look from time to time.

It's been great being your friend and growing up together. I appreciated all of the trips with your family, the sporting events, Church events, etc. You had a love for life, for learning, for sports, for God and for people in general. I'm sure there's a nice open space in the spirit world and you and your father are probably coaching some type of sports team there.

Heaven has plenty of space for good people like the Liggett's. God bless you brother!

David P. McCash

Ron Powell
   Posted Thu April 25, 2019
I am saddened to hear that you have passed, we always had a great time in school, so sorry we lost touch except through Facebook. We will meet again one day though I am certain. Rest in Peace my dear friend.

Julie Ann Gay Jones
   Posted Thu April 25, 2019
Well Cuz ,I loved you very much .I hope you had a safe crossing .I know you with our family , Gone but never forgotten .RIP We shall me again one day .

TOM & JAN COTTON
   Posted Fri April 26, 2019
SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF A GREAT GUY. GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR. WE MET THROUGH MUTUAL FRIENDS A LONG TIME AGO. FORMER MANUALITE AS WELL. JUST SO SAD, AND THERE ARE NOT WORDS TO EXPRESS THE LOSS.
TO THE FAMILY, WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND, HAVE FAMILY MATTERS ALREADY PLANNED. KNOW THAT WE WILL KEEP YOU AND HARRY IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER.

Dawn Hundley
   Posted Fri April 26, 2019
Very sorry for your loss. Dawn Whitaker Hundley Manual c/o 1986

Popie, Katie & Aunt DeeDee
   Posted Fri April 26, 2019
Sending peace, love and Blessings during this most difficult time. Just wanting to let you all know that your South Carolina family Loves you and thinking of you all!

Delaina Fishburn
   Posted Fri April 26, 2019
Hairball, my childhood neighbor, church family, school chum, FOP co-worker, adult friend and surrogate brother. I can’t remember a time in which our paths didn’t cross. It won’t be the same without you and your awesome sense of humor. Enjoy that joyous reunion with your Dad and Mom and all your other loved ones. The Fishburn’s will never forget you, kiss Mama for me...

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