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Monroe  Hardin
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Monroe Hardin was born to Fred and Mabel Spencer Hardin, Sr. on June 18,1940 in San Antonio, Texas. He accepted Christ at an early age and became a member of St. Luke Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. W.J. Johnson.

Monroe graduated form Louis W. Fox High School. He then entered the United States Army and proudly served his country for eight years. After being honorably discharged, he was employed with the city of San Antonio and dedicated twenty-seven and a half years of service as a heavy equipment operator.

Monroe was a dedicated member of the Top Hatters and was a great friend to everyone he met along the way. Fishing, bowling and bingo were some of his favorite pastimes. He was also an awesome mechanic and would lend a hand to anyone in need of his service.

Monroe was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Willie Marie Kemper and Hazel Lomax, and his loving wife Terri Marie Johnson Hardin. To cherish his memory are brothers Fred Hardin, known as Uncle Junior (Patricia), Alonzio Hardin, Sr. fondly known as Uncle Sony; one loving sister, Katie Cole (Aunt KAtie); daughter, Tammy and step daughter, Nkeda Rue; nephews James Cole (Jimmie), Alfred Kemper (Big Al), Fred Hardin,lll, Alonzio Hardin Jr., (Baby Al), and Arsenio Hardin, great nephew James Colelll (Tre); nieces Mary K. Willis (Mary Kay), Lethia Hardin (Lee Lee) and Shauna Hardin; grandchildren Martiona Craig and Tai Quinn Rue and a host of other relatives and friends.


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Previous Events

Visitation

Tuesday

5

Jun

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sutton-Sutton & Woodard's Mortuary

320 South W.W. White Road
San Antonio, Texas 78219

Funeral Service

Wednesday

6

Jun

11:00 AM
St. Luke Baptist Church

1930 West Poplar Street
San Antonio, TX 78207

Interment

Wednesday

6

Jun

1:00 PM
Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery

1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78209

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