In Memory

Harold "Bud" Nolder


 

Harold L. Nolder


70, Port Orange, a former turf and grass manager for a golf course and a veteran, died Saturday, May 6, 2017.



 
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12/17/17 09:23 AM #1    

Charles Peterman

Remember "Bud" well. We both participated as Shop & Gym Aids. He was always rather quiet, but a friend you could always count on. My sympathy to his Family. Grateful for his Servive and as a brother in Arms. Rest in Peace My Brother. 

Chuck Peterman 

 


12/17/17 04:50 PM #2    

Scott Bloch

It is not so much our days at school I remember Bud clearly, but our last meeting at the reunion dinner. We laughed about the jobs we had. Especially mine as an Elementary librarian. However, we became melancholy talking about our time in the army and how he tried forget the "overseas" time along with the negative treatment when he got back home. As a fellow Brother in Arms I gave him a hug and told him WELCOME BACK BROTHER, WELCOME BACK. He thanked me. No one hadevr welcomed this Hero back. Rest in peace my brother.


11/16/18 12:54 PM #3    

Ben Woomer

Bud and I were very very close 

I had spoken to him the week before he died I miss him and the week before he diied we were making plans for me to go to FL as he had been to clev to vist me for class reunions 

 

 


11/17/18 12:14 PM #4    

David Brown

From the local paper:

 
 
By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- A 71-year-ol motorist died shortly after transport to Florida Hospital New Smyrna Beach on Saturday morning after crashing his motor vehivcle into a utility pole that may have been precipitated by a medical episode, New Smyrna Beach cops said.

Here is a symopsis of what occurred that led to the death of Harold Lynn Nolder as described by NSBPD Lt. Shane Riggle in an email to alert to Headline Surfer: 

At around 9:34 a.m. (Staturday)  morning, New Smyrna Beach Police were dispatched to a call in reference to a single vehicle motor vehicle accident with injuries. The vehicle, occupied solely by its driver Harold L. Nolder, was traveling northbound in the 300 block of North Dixie Freeway when for unknown reasons the vehicle left the roadway striking a utility pole," Riggle wrote in his email. 

"Mr. Nolder was treated for life threatening injuries on scene by New Smyrna Beach Fire/Rescue," Riggle continued, adding, "Mr. Nolder was unable to be stabilized on scene and was transported to Florida Hospital New Smyrna Beach by New Smyrna Beach Fire/Rescue. However, life-saving efforts failed and Mr. Nolder was pronounced deceased a short time later by the ER doctor. It is suspected that Mr. Nolder suffered from an unknown medical episode prior to the crash.

NSBPD Lt. Shane Riggle / Headline Surfer

 

 

 

 


11/18/18 10:49 AM #5    

Bruce Campbell

I did not know Bud but want to offer my condolences to his family  


11/18/18 03:54 PM #6    

William O'Neill

 

 

Bill Oneill, Chagrin FAlls 

 

 

 

Bud was such a unique guy.  We were car guys together, and I had a 58 BMW Isetta (looked like a three wheeler) and Bud had a Fiat van with windows....was probably the first minivan!  He was quiet and thoughtful and we discussed Vietnam at one of the reuinions.  Bud and I hung out with Jeff Erisman and Walt Natemeyer and I still remember his wry sly smile with soft sarcasm mixed in.  Best wishes to his family.  See you brother.

 

 

 


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