Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Funeral Arrangements For Retired Sgt. Zade Harper


Sgt. Zade Pierce Harper (Retired Dekalb PD), age 67, of Monroe, passed away Saturday, December 18, 2010.

Memorial Services will be held 2 PM Saturday, January 8, 2011 in the Chapel of Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Loganville with Pastor Terry Little officiating.

Sgt. Harper retired from The Dekalb County Police Deptartment after 30 years of service.

Sgt. Harper was a US Navy Veteran, a Charter Member of Lodge 10 Fraternal Order of Police.

He is Survived by Wife: Susan E. Harper, Monroe; Son: Zade Peirce Harper Jr., Ball Ground, Ga.; Cousin: Doris McCool, Pearl River, NY.

Dekalb Police Deptartment will serve as Honorary Escort. Flowers are optional or those desiring may make donations to: American Diabetes Association 3 Corporate Square Suite 120 Atlanta, Ga. 30329.

Family will receive friends from 12-2 PM Saturday, January 8, 2010 at Tim Stewart Funeral Home 670 Tom Brewer Rd. Loganville, Ga. 30052. 770 466-1544.

Please sign online guest registry here.

Memorials:
American Diabetes Association 3 Corporate Square Ste. 120 Atlanta, Ga. 30329

Visitations:
12:00PM to 2:00PM on Saturday, January 8th, 2011 at Tim Stewart Funeral Home Loganville (map/driving directions)

Services:
2:00PM at Chapel of Tim Stewart Funeral Home Loganville on Saturday, January 8th, 2011 (map/driving directions)

7 comments:

LoFlyer said...

Rest in peace, mate.
It is obvious from the comments that you were loved by your co-workers and an inspiration to your brothers and sisters wearing blue.
This is the leadership needed in DeKalb government now.
You will be sorely missed.
KenC

Anonymous said...

Zade was my first sergeant when I started with DeKalb in 1986. I learned so much from him about being a police officer and he told it like it was. You always knew where you stood with him and behind that tough image there was a heart of gold. Zade was truely one of DeKalb's finest. May God bless and comfort Susan, his precious wife.
Dave Harvey

Anonymous said...

Zade will be missed by many, it is evident that he impacted MANY lives during his time here on earth. I loved his sense of humor and the way he loved his family and friends .... May God Comfort his loved ones during this time, and may they feel His Love and Comfort during these days .... Love, Kathy

Anonymous said...

Zade was a great friend, working companion and supervisor. Even though I haven't seen Zade in a long time he will be greatly missed.

I know that there are not enough words to comfort the family and other close friends but all will be kept in my prayers.

Lanny Mosley

Ed Turner said...

A fine officer and a gentleman. You will be missed.

Anonymous said...

A fine officer and a gentleman...you will be missed.

Ed Turner

Anonymous said...

One of the VP28 "Hawaiian Warriors" that served with me in the Navy.
Zade was a good, fun shipmate,during the Vietnam war days.

Richard Pint - Waterloo, Iowa