Harold Lee Calhoun Sr., 57, of Charleston SC, passed away Friday, April 2, 2021. He was born December 12, 1963 in Ellenville, NY son of the late George and Sara (Ware) Calhoun.
He worked at Hannaford Supermarket in the produce department and was also previously employed at Tonner Doll Company, which he enjoyed very much. He enjoyed watching basketball and football and was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. Harold enjoyed talking, AKA "The Mayor", and making people laugh, his comical personality would surely bring a smile to everyone's face, which will truly be missed.
Harold is survived by his two sisters, Sharon Calhoun of SC and Patricia Calhoun of CA. His maternal uncle, Rosel Banks of NY, his children, Latoya Calhoun of GA, Lashawn Calhoun of FL, Jazmine Willamson, and Harold Calhoun Jr and their mother, Lorraine Calhoun of NY, four grandchildren, Aleeyah, A'vani, Alana, and Cayde, as well as many nieces, nephews, and cousins. In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by three brothers, Carl Ware, Kenneth Ware, and Ronald Calhoun.
Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, 326 Albany Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401, where family and friends may visit on Thursday April 15 2021from 4pm to 6pm. If you would like to attend, please reserve your space here: https://app.planhero.com/gatherings/8673-harold-lee-calhoun-sr-visiting-hours A tribute for Harold can be found at www.KeyserFuneralService.com, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for his family.
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He was a classmate and always w was a talker in class and was always making me laugh. I enjoy watching him played basketball quick with his feet. Very kind to everyone glad we grew up around each other. Blessing too the family
My deepest Condolences to the Calhoun
Mary Lacey and Family
What can I say Big H! We all shared some real good times together over the past 20+ years! The way you used to let your humor flow and have us laughing until we cried. The saying "I will beat you until Christ comes" makes me laugh every time I think about it! So many memories with you and Lula! Fly high my friend!
Other than communicating on Facebook, I saw Harold a little more than ten years ago. My son and I were hanging out in New Paltz, NY. He recognized me and came across the room to greet me. I introduced my son to him (Kariym) and he was on a roll from there. He told my son about some of the mischief we used to get into as kids, how he and I played basketball together at Pine Grove and how I was really good to be so short and all LOL. He also told him how he would watch others play "21" with me, and most times I would win.
We danced, the three of us had a toast and that was the last time we laid eye on each other. We spoke occasionally on Facebook through chatting even made plan to have lunch when he came to Poughkeepsie, while he was working. This saddens me to the core. You, my friend, will be forever missed!
RIH cousin Harold
Love you always cuz
We had many sports discussions....... And I enjoyed having someone else to talk sports .. RIP
So sorry for your loss may God give you all the comfort and strength to get through the darkest of days.
He was always smiling and made everyone around him smile .he will be missed by us all rest in peace