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Harry David Tascoe


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Harry David Tascoe passed away after a short battle with cancer.  He was born in Wheeling, West Virginia on March 11, 1945.  He was the youngest of four siblings, all preceding him in death.  He was married to Mary Ellen on June 7, 1980.  He fathered four children:  David J. Tascoe of Arizona, Jonathan E. Tascoe of Ohio, Paul M. Tascoe of Ohio, and Lauren A. Tascoe, who preceded him in death.  Harry was a veteran of the Vietnam War.  Harry worked for JCPenney’s Company for 25 years, retiring as a store manager.  In retirement, he worked for American Vending Incorporated, Sears Roebuck Co., and most recently as a school bus driver for Combs School District.  He enjoyed carpentry, home improvement projects, and had a great passion for reading.

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Harry David Tascoe passed away after a short battle with cancer.  He was born in Wheeling, West Virginia on March 11, 1945.  He was the youngest of four siblings, all preceding him in death.  He was married to Mary Ellen on June 7, 1980.  He fathered four children:  David J. Tascoe of Arizona, Jonathan E. Tascoe of Ohio, Paul M. Tascoe of Ohio, and Lauren A. Tascoe, who preceded him in death.  Harry was a veteran of the Vietnam War.  Harry worked for JCPenney’s Company for 25 years, retiring as a store manager.  In retirement, he worked for American Vending Incorporated, Sears Roebuck Co., and most recently as a school bus driver for Combs School District.  He enjoyed carpentry, home improvement projects, and had a great passion for reading.

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