Harold Eugene Stinnett

Harold E. Stinnett, 64, of Simpsonville, husband of Deborah Justice Stinnett, passed away on Thursday, February 11, 2021.

Born in Grayson, KY, Mr. Stinnett was a son of the late James & Nancy Stinnett.

In addition to his wife, Deborah, he is survived by his sons, Christopher Lee Stinnett and Michael Eric Stinnett, both of Simpsonville; one grandson, Aiden Michael Stinnett; and three brothers, James Robert Stinnett (Natalie), Emeral Odell “Dick” Stinnett, and William Anthony Stinnett, all of Kentucky.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. in the Graceland East Mausoleum Chapel. The Funeral Service will follow at 2:00 p.m.

Condolences to the family of Harold Eugene Stinnett

  • Beverly Smith
    3 years ago

    Debbie,Chris, Michael and Adien:
    I’m so sorry and heart broken…May God give you and the family comfort….may God
    Wrap you all in his love…
    He’s a cousin I will never forget… Many memories I hold dear to my heart.
    Love to you all
    God bless everyone of you
    Love Beverly

  • Sue Foster
    3 years ago

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Harold was an esteemed colleague. He will be missed by many.

  • Joy Danigel
    3 years ago

    I am sorry to learn of Harold’s passing. I esteemed him as both a colleague and a friend. We worked together at Hiilcrest but I got to know Harold better when we did summer school at Mauldin. He sure helped me through those first weeks when I started that first summer school session! I was very grateful for his kindness. Over the time that we worked together, his kindness to everyone is what I most remember.

  • Valarie Conner
    3 years ago

    My heart breaks with yours. Harold was so kind and helpful to me as an incoming teacher at Hillcrest High many years ago. He made a very trying year bearable with his humorous perspective and he also made me his friend.
    Please know I send my love and you all remain in my prayers.

  • I’m so sorry to hear of this, sending my thoughts and prayers for peace to the family. I worked with Harold for years at Hillcrest. He was always so helpful. I remember for several years, he would help me connect all my technology stuff at the beginning of the year. I’d see him at karate with Aiden and would sit and talk with him for a few minutes. He was so proud of his grandson! He is still missed at Hillcrest.
    Kristin Hallman

  • Elizabeth Bell
    3 years ago

    My prayers are with all the family. Coach Stinnett kept the Hillcrest wrestling team together . He was such a dedicated teacher & coach. He will be missed. Bill Bell is welcoming his friend as we speak.

  • Sarah Reule
    3 years ago

    My prayers are with Mr. Stinnett’s family. I had the privilege of teaching with him at Hillcrest, and he was respected by his students and admired by his colleagues. He will surely be missed.

  • I taught with Harold Stinnett at Hillcrest High School 20 years ago and have kept in touch some thru Facebook. I heard from another colleague that he passed away this week. My condolences to his family. He was a good teacher and friend. 🙏🙏

  • Julie Jenkins
    3 years ago

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family, especially that grandson. He was so proud of him!! I had the privilege of working with Harold teaching at Hillcrest. He could definitely brighten your day!

    • I taught with Harold at HHS & we were in the same cohort for our Masters. We drove to Spartanburg together. We talked about God .. our spouses & families. He loved his wife so much! It was so sweet to hear him talk about her. He also lived his boys & his grandson. You were loved Harold!!

  • becky felty
    3 years ago

    Sorry to hear about Harold We will miss him ,We are thinking about the family in time of your loss.
    He will be missed at our family cookouts.


  • Georgia Brown
    3 years ago

    I am so sorry for your loss. Harold was a friend and colleague at HHS . He was always my go to with any computer or technology issues and I often rewarded him with Chick Fil
    A biscuits during spirit week. He had a great sense of humor and was a quick wit. I know he was very proud of Aiden and loved his family dearly. He will be missed.

  • Beth Sanders
    3 years ago

    I am so sorry for your loss. I taught at Hillcrest with Harold and considered him as a dear friend. So heartbroken for you and your family. He truly was a great teacher and loved by us all. You are in my prayers.

  • Jill Ball
    3 years ago

    I am so saddened by the loss of Harold. We worked together for many years at Hillcrest. One year I even had to teach one of my floating classes from his room. He was always gracious and kind with a welcoming smile on his face. My prayers are with all of the family for their loss. God’s peace and blessings to all of you. — Jill Ball

  • Lori Burrage
    3 years ago

    Mr. Stinnett + anyone he met= a great friendship. He was loved by many.

  • Lilly Mikol
    3 years ago

    I’m so sorry to hear of Mr. Stinnett’s passing. He came up to my classroom at Hillcrest every fall to help me hook up all my technology. What a kind man he was – always with a smile. I will never forget his kindness and will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Aiden Stinnett
    2 years ago

    Miss you Grandpa❤️❤️

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