Harry L. Fuquay
Nov 14, 1942Dec 01, 2016
Affinity Funeral Service
Mon, December 19, 2016
6 : 00 PM – 12 : 00 AM
Harry L. Fuquay, 74, of North Chesterfield passed away Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Bon Secours Community Hospice House.
Harry was a retired Richmond City Police Officer.
He is survived by his wife Doris Fuquay, daughter Robin A. Miller, son Dean L. Fuquay, daughter-in-law Robin McGuire, his granddaughters Nicole Deprospero, Courtney Fuquay and Bethany Fuquay, as well as his Great Nephew Cody Helton. He was preceded in death by his parents, Harry S. Fuquay and Katherine L. Fuquay.
A memorial gathering will be held on Monday, December 19, at 6pm at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294. The family invites friends and colleagues to bring stories that can be shared during the gathering.
My heart hurts for Robin and Dean losing their Dad Harry. He will live on through you both and the grandkids. He was always had kind words about our family over the years when I would see him. My prayers are with you all during this time. Anything I can let me know. Sandy
You were a great friend who will truly be missed by many.
I only knew him as Mr Harry but he was the nicest neighbor. My heart is sad for his family and friends my dearest condolences. If I can help in anyway please let me know.
He was a Great Police Officer, friend and I along with many others will miss him. Will think of him on Friday morning at our breakfast in Powhatan. See you later, Harry.
I HAVE KNOWN HARRY FOR MANY YEARS . HE WAS THE BEST FRIEND U COULD HAVE . I WILL MISS HIM. JAMES BAKER
Bridget Meador lit a candle for Harry L. Fuquay
Saw obituary in Village News. Have not yet seen obiturary in newspaper. We had some good and bad times years ago. Paul and I(Jean) owned Log Cabin. Harr and his wife enjoyed coming to socialize and just have fun. When he was on duty(City Policeman) he would always stop get a cup of coffee and check to see if everyone was alright. He was so funny . We missed seeing he and his wife after selling business. RIP Harry. You are/were a great friend.
I rode with Harry when I was a rookie with the Richmond Police Department. He was very “street wise” and I learned a lot from him. After graduating from the Academy, we worked the same shift in the patrol division. He was a good man and a good friend. My sincere condolences to his family.
Robin Miller lit a candle for Harry L. Fuquay
Tony & Sheila Artiga lit a candle for Harry L. Fuquay