Calling Hours:
Monday, February 26, 2018, 4:00-7:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA

Funeral Service:
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 11:00am
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Rev. Richard Carlson, officiating
Visitation Pastor of Mercer United Methodist Church

Burial with committal prayers will be in America's Cemetery
Hermitage, PA

Harry L. Lorigan, Sr., age 78, of River Rd., Delaware Twp., Greenville, passed away Thursday afternoon, February 22, 2018 in the ER of UPMC Horizon Greenville, after an apparent heart attack. 

He was born in Kissinger Mills, PA on September 2, 1939 to Paul P. and Edith G. (Kammerdiener) Lorigan.  Harry was a 1957 graduate of Sharpsville High School.  He was employed as a Machinist at Westinghouse Electric Corp. Transformer Division in Sharon for twenty years.  He then went on to being the owner of Lorigan Construction in the 1970's as well as owning a machine shop out of his residence during the 1970's and 80's.  In 1985 Harry became the founder and President of Maintenance For Industry which he ran until 2007.  From 2007 until the present he worked as a subcontractor machinist for Tapco Tube in Meadville. 

He was of the Methodist Faith and was a member of Reynolds VFW Post #7599 and Fredonia American Legion Post #59.  Harry was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed spending time at his camp at Fisherman Cove in Venango County.  He also enjoyed feeding the birds, golfing, his two dogs and telling a good joke.  He was a great inspiration to his children and grandchildren and was always willing to help a friend. 

On September 5, 1970 he married the former Bonnie L. Parker, she survives.  Also surviving are four daughters; LeAnn Bonzo and her husband Cliff of Sharpsville, Paula Watt and her husband Tom of Ashtabula, OH, Diane Lorigan of Sharpsville and Elizabeth Diefenderfer and her husband Brad of Transfer, a son; Harry L. Lorigan, Jr. of Sharon, a brother; Paul Lorigan of Oil City, PA and eleven grandchildren. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters; Lois Switzer and Elizabeth Best and a brother; Donald Lorigan.



  1. Melissa Karns McCauley Melissa Karns McCauley
    February 24, 2018    

    I am so sorry for your loss . Harry was a great man that has touched so many .. I will never forget him. I am thankful to have had him in my life and will so miss Harry .. May he rest in peace til we all meet again..

  2. Mya Mya
    February 24, 2018    

    I am thinking of you Bonnie I am so sorry he will be grately missed I love you guys

  3. Anonymous Anonymous
    February 24, 2018    

    Bonnie, we will miss Harry on the golf course as well as in the VFW.
    Bill & Alice Ferguson

  4. Michael & Jane Horos Michael & Jane Horos
    February 25, 2018    

    Our sincere sympathies to all in your loss. We will miss seeing Harry parking in the back yard early in the morn to go fishing with Paul.
    What good times they shared. Harry will be missed by many. You are in our thoughts & prayers.

  5. Jeff Marsteller Jeff Marsteller
    February 25, 2018    

    My prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time.

  6. Wanda Miklo Wanda Miklo
    February 26, 2018    

    I am so very sorry for your loss

  7. sherry guthrie lasch sherry guthrie lasch
    February 26, 2018    

    I am sorry to hear about Harry.I am Ralph Kammerdiener’s step daughter Sherry.I wish I could be there to pay my respects but I am not feeling very well.Harry was a great person.

  8. Michael Marasco and Family Michael Marasco and Family
    February 27, 2018    

    Diane and Family,
    Sorry to hear of this sudden loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Diane, I would be there if I could, but my wife’s grandmother passed away and calling hours and service are the same time; my apologies. Call if you need anything or just want to talk.

  9. Melissa Karns McCauley Melissa Karns McCauley
    April 16, 2018    

    I miss you so much Hair Ball .. Not a day goes by I don’t wish you was here. I miss the hugs and some of the kisses lol .. You was a great great man and always the light of the party. I can hear you laugh all the time. I’ll keep you in my heart forever , can’t wait to see you again .. Love you Harry

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