Graveside services will be held 11:00 A.M., Sunday, June 13, 2021 at McDonald Cemetery, McDonald Road, Oglethorpe, Georgia.
Please be mindful that we will adhere to all government recommendations and mandates at all services at this time. We are limiting graveside seating to no more than 10 with masks being strongly encouraged. Other masked attendees are welcomed but will be expected to practice social distancing.
Graveside services are likely to be held on ground that is uneven, which is out of the control of Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. We ask that you take this into consideration when choosing footwear, such as shoes with high, thin heels. Please be advised that Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. will not be held responsible for injuries at a grave site because of this.
Roderick Kenneth Harp was born to Eddie Harp Sr. and Earlene Harp on February 21, 1975. He spent his life in Macon Co. where he graduated from D.F. Douglass High. He was a self-employed truck driver for over 20 years. Roderick was recently employed at Amazon Corp in Americus, Georgia.
Roderick was a very good husband, father, grandfather and friends. His beautiful life will forever be cherished in the lives of his wife of 26 years, Valerie Renee Harp, and his 3 children, Ki’Andria Glover of Byron, Georgia, Nichondria Harp and Rakeem Harp of Montezuma, Georgia. His love will be remembered through the grandchildren that he leaves behind Sincere and Saige Washington and Laila Mainor.
To treasure his memory, he leaves his loving parents, Eddie Lee Harp Sr. and Earlene Harp, and four brothers, Eddie Lee Harp Jr., Sanford (Christine) Harp of Oglethorpe, Georgia, Milton (Keiko) Harp of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sammie Harp of Americus, GA. He also leaves cherish his memory, two sisters, Sheena McDonald, Windsor, Connecticut and Brenda (Clennon) James of Perry, Georgia and his aunts, Ozie (Harvey) Edge of Montezuma, Georgia, Betty Walker, Aridean Clark, Virginia (Phil) Whitehead of Oglethorpe, Georgia.
Roderick leaves a host of nieces, nephews and friends to remember him.