Harry William Wickline III

March 25, 1953 ‒ January 17, 2021

Perrysville, Ohio

Harry William Wickline III, 67, passed away after a 3-month illness at Riverside Methodist Hospital on January 17, 2021.

He was born in Salem, Ohio on March 25, 1953, to parents Harry William Wickline Jr. &Viola Jean Wickline. Harry was a resident of Loudonville-Perrysville for over 60 years.

He was previously employed by the Flxible for 24 years as a welder. Harry was also a police officer of the Perrysville Police Department and a veteran of the National Army Guard.

Harry loved spending time with his children, grandkids, and great-granddaughter. He loved fishing, trapping, and hunting.

He is survived by his 4 children Josh (Ami) Wickline of Loudonville, Donyelle (Adair) Hootman of Loudonville, Jessica Wickline of Tennessee, and Matthew Bellomy of Canton; 7 grandkids Tierra (John) Nelson, Sarah (Mitch) Hedrick, Sydney Hootman and Payton Wallace; 2 great-grandkids Addilynn and Jaxon Nelson; his sisters Sharyn (Russ) Bemiller of Hawaii and Kathy Bookman of Ashland; and 5 nieces and nephews and 2 great-nephews.

Harry was preceded in death by parents Harry and Viola.

Although no public service will be held in Harry’s memory, his family hopes that you will remember him in your own special way.

Contributions in Harry’s memory to the Perrysville VFW may be mailed to 2802 County Road 917, Perrysville, Ohio 44864.

Snyder Funeral Home-Lindsey Chapel is honored to serve Harry’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • I am already missing you like crazy. So many memories. Especially the one when we deer hunting with Dad and him and I ducked down behind a fallen tree and he blew like a deer and you jumped and scared ya . So many good times.
    Love and Miss You ❤

  • Kathy and family ,Josh Amy Sara and family.So very sorry for ur loss.May God help u all through this difficult journey . Bless u all,Dave and Jackie Montgomery and family

  • I am so sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. He always had a way of making you smile. His laugh was contagious. I remember him as a youngster and I remember him as I had the priveledge to dress his wounds as an adult. He will be missed. He always had a story to tell…go rest high on that mountain Harry, for all of your pain and suffering is now gone. 🙏

  • Rip you were always like an dad to me . jessica,donyell and josh im so sorry… Prayers for you all at this time

  • My deepest sympathy to the entire family. I have so many wonderful memories of Harry when we were younger. He was always laughing, smiling, and joking. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  • To my favorite Brother in law you will be missed greatly , many fun times growing up. Like most hunting and fishing was his favorite thing to do. We all !I’ve you
    Russ and Jill

  • To the Family,
    It had been a pleasure taking care of Harry. My condolences to all of you. Many of great memories swapping fishing/hunting stories. He talked all the time about his kids and grandchildren, he loved you all. I will forever cherish the memories.

  • Harry is an example of a very simple,humble man. The love for his family is immeasurable. He always took the time for heartfelt conversation no matter who you were. A good friend to many. You could see the excitement in his eyes for outdoor sports and activities, his passion, his therapy. No denying his OCCASIONAL mean streak which quickly past but I’m certain he earned his wings. Thanks for the memories you won’t be forgotten.

  • Sorry to hear about “Butch’s” passing. He was a simple man, who all ways had a smile. He will be greatly miss by his family and friends. Rest in Peace my friend.

  • So sorry to hear of Harrys passing. We had lots of great conversations and times at Flxible over the years. Prayers and condolences go out to his family.

    Gregg Beechy

  • RIP Harry, I had the pleasure of caring for Harry and I can tell you the hall is not the same. I miss him yelling my name when he would hear me down the hall. It definitely put a smile on my face. I miss all the conversations we had about the updates on all his family. Those I can say is what made him happiest talking to his family and sharing memories about all of you. God bless you all I can tell you that Harry lived to remember.