Harold M. Hummel, 94

Harold M. Hummel, 94, of Pottstown, husband of Mary C. (Weinsheimer) Hummel of 67 years, passed away Saturday August 20, 2022 at his residence.

Born in Perkiomenville, he was the son of the late Milton S. and Esther (Zepp) Hummel.

Harold volunteered at hospitals and nursing homes and brought encouragement to many people in need. He had unshakable faith in the Lord and shared his good word. Harold graduated from East Greenville High School in 1945, where he played football. After graduation, he served in the US Navy. He enjoyed flying piper cub planes and traveling domestic and abroad with his wife.

Surviving along with his wife is his son Curtis Hummel; daughter Audrey Lewis; 5 grandchildren; and 7 great grandchildren.

Along with his parents, he was predeceased by his brother Jeryl Hummel and sister Jean Goetter.

A graveside service will be held Friday August 26, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Fairview Cemetery, Boyertown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Harold’s memory to Samaritan’s Purse, PO Box 3000, Boone, NC 28607-3000.

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Dear Aunt Mary,Audrey,and Curtis,
I will miss Uncle Harold and his precious words and great enthusiasm to share stories and opportunities of how the Lord was working in and through his life and in the lives of others.
I loved how he used his little card messages to share some the Word with those his life touched. I want to follow in the steps he has left behind as he followed Christ right into heaven.
We will see you when we see you, Uncle Harold. But we will miss you until then.??
Love to you all,
Carla and Loren and family

~ Carla
8/28/2022 5:37:58 AM

Dear Mary, Curt & Audry,
We are very sad that Harold has left us here on earth. But our heart rejoices because we know without a shadow of doubt that he is living life more fully than ever in the presence of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We think of him as our spiritual father and appreciate, more than words could ever express, how much love, faith and truth he poured into our life. We will miss him so much. His words have been imprinted on our hearts and minds. We grieve, but not like those who have no hope because we know we'll see him again when we're all reunited in Christ. Until then, let's carry the baton of his legacy of love. And let's imitate his joy in telling others the good news of Jesus, Jesus, Jesus. Love, Joanne & Tim

~ Joanne & Tim Hartman Birdsboro, Pa
8/26/2022 6:06:50 AM