Harold Amos Nottingham, age 71, of Madison, Ohio, formerly of Durbin, passed away Monday, May 11, 2020, at his home, following a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
Born March 11, 1949, at Nottingham, near Durbin, he was a son of the late Lester Amos Nottingham and Nelva Marie Simmons Nottingham.
Harold began working as an excavator operator in northeastern Ohio two summers before graduating from Green Bank High School in 1968. He continued that career path until retiring in 2019. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, especially at home in West Virginia. He also enjoyed his motorcycle and his boat.
He is survived by a son, Daniel Tiedman, of North Royalton, Ohio; a daughter, Christine Buckley, and husband, Shawn, of Eastlake, Ohio; a granddaughter, Paige Tiedman; step-grandson, Lance Buckley; step-granddaughter, Harley Buckley; four sisters, Frances Rider, and husband, Doug, of Marlinton, Judy Matheny, and husband, Jerry, of Durbin, Debra Thornton, and husband, Wayne, of High Point, North Carolina, and Roberta Shreve, of Morgantown; one niece; five nephews; 10 great-nieces; and two great-nephews.
Harold donated his body to science. No service will be held.
“We have mourned Harold’s death, and now we celebrate his life.”