Harry James Beidleman, Jr.

  • Born: November 22, 1931
  • Died: February 17, 2015
  • Location: Salisbury, North Carolina

The J. F. Floyd Mortuary

235 North Church Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306

Tel. (864) 582-5451

Tribute & Message From The Family


Harry James Beidleman, Jr., 83, of Spartanburg, SC, died Tuesday, February 17, 2015, at Rowan Medical Center-Salisbury, NC. Born November 22, 1931, in Hokendauqua, PA, he was the son of the late Harry James Beidleman, Sr. and Elizabeth Quigg Beidleman, and husband of the late Elizabeth "Betty" Jane Kidd Beidleman.

A U. S. Army veteran and graduate of Muhlenberg College, Mr. Beidleman retired as accountant for Southern Wood Piedmont Company and The Beacon. He was a member of Holy Communion Lutheran Church.

Surviving are his son, Harry James Beidleman, III (Yvonne) of Concord, NC; daughters, Lenora E. Aquilani (James Jr.) of Huston, DE, and Audrey Grabarkiewicz of Spartanburg, SC; grandchildren, James Aquilani, III, Pamela Aquilani, Chelsea Grabarkiewicz, Abbey Grabarkiewicz, and Allie Grabarkiewicz; great-grandchildren, Hannah E. Bieler and Sarah R. Bieler; and brother, Sam Beidleman (Connie) of Hokendauqua, PA.

Funeral services will be conducted at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Wounded Warrior Project-Donate, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675 or online at https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org

Floyd's North Church Street Chapel


Condolence & Memory Journal

Harry hired me at SWP in October 1973. I worked for and with him there for almost 12 years. He was a great teacher, mentor and friend. He will be missed.

Posted by Larry Greene - Aiken, SC   February 23, 2015

We will miss Harry. Worked with him at the Charles Lea center and then we always saw him when he worked at the Beacon. Harry was a Fine man.

Something Beautiful Remains - Unknown

The tide recedes but leaves behind
bright seashells on the sand.
The sun goes down, but gentle
warmth still lingers on the land.
The music stops, and yet it echoes
on in sweet refrains.....
For every joy that passes,
something beautiful remains.

God bless your family now and always.
Sincerely,
Diane & Dennis Varner, Spartanburg

Posted by Diane & Dennis Varner - Spartanburg, SC - Friend   February 22, 2015