Harold Rush, age 74 of Randolph, IA formerly of the Atlantic and Walnut, IA areas

Harold Rush, age 74 of Randolph, IA formerly of the Atlantic and Walnut, IA areas
May 10, 1944 - March 18, 2019
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HAROLD LLOYD RUSH, age 74 of Randolph, IA formerly of the Atlantic and Walnut, IA area, died Monday, March 18, 2019 at Tabor Manor following an extended illness. Harold was born May 10, 1944 in New Harmony, Indiana to Elvis Fredrick Rush and Evelyn Ruth (Reeves) Rush. He was married to Shirley Claudette Hughes on December 10, 1966 in Lewis, IA. Harold worked as a Farm Hand for many years, most recently for Gregory Feed Lots in Tabor, IA. Harold grew up farming and enjoyed raising livestock and crops around Southwest Iowa until he retired. He had many hobbies over the years including gardening, bowling, playing washers and horseshoes with fishing being his favorite. The family went on many fishing trips to Okoboji and Minnesota.

Harold was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Shirley Rush; and a brother, James Rush. He is survived by 4 sons, Curtis Rush and wife Cindy of Wiota, IA, Corey Rush and wife Holly of Omaha, NE, Cyle Rush and wife Rory of Omaha, NE and Christopher Rush and wife Kylyn of Tabor, IA; 8 grandchildren; 3 sisters, Nancy Davis and husband Roger of Atlantic, IA, Elizabeth Goodwater and husband Chuck of Audubon, IA; Marlene Rush and Preston Duke of Marshalltown, IA; brother, Wayne Rush and wife Barbara of Walnut, IA; numerous nieces, nephews, many other relatives and friends.

Memorial services will be 2:00 PM Saturday, March 23, 3019 at the Crawford-Marshall Funeral Chapel in Tabor, IA with Pastor Richard Billingsley of the Connection in Glenwood, IA officiating. Visitations will be with the family from 1:30 PM until service time on Saturday. A memorial fund has been established and interment of ashes will be later in the Layton Cemetery at Walnut, IA.

The Crawford-Marshall Funeral Chapel in Tabor, IA is in charge of arrangements.

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