IN LOVING MEMORY
Inman D. Hardy, 85, Woodruff, SC, went to join his Lord 10-22-2021.
Inman is survived by his beloved wife Rose A Hardy, with 63 years of marriage.
His 3 children, Dennis (Jane) Hardy, Rick (Teresa) Hardy, and Karen (Bill) Monfort
10 grand children, Keith, Christie, Lizzy, Dan, Allie, Julianna, Kyle, Brad, Suzie, and Dee Dee
17 great grand children
11 brothers and sisters, Thelbert, Damon, Etheleen, Betty, Carrie, Franci, Benny, (predeceased) Bev, William, Glen, and James.
He had a special place in his heart for all of his nephews and nieces.
Inman enjoyed their home in Louisville, MS, visiting with family and friends, gardening, landscaping, and taking long walks in the local parks with Rose.
P.S. His favorite past time over the last few years was connecting with family and friends with his humor and reminiscing of days gone by on Facebook.
Inman's Celebration of Life
Saturday, December 11
11:00 AM CST/12:00 PM EST
Inman's family is preparing a pre-recorded celebration of life ceremony in his honor. Please see below for more information on how you can contribute to and view Inman's Celebration of Life.
Record Your Video Remarks
Please click the button below to record your remarks with our video tool. You may wish to share prayers, stories, memories, condolences, or any other thoughts or feelings you may wish to express. Your remarks will be incorporated into a ceremony that will be debuted for his family and friends to watch on Saturday, December 11.
Please record your remarks by Saturday, December 4.
Submit Your Photos
If you have photos from Inman's life that you would like to contribute to the ceremony, please click the button below to upload your photos. Please submit your photos by Saturday, December 4.
View the Ceremony
On Saturday, December 11 at 11:00 AM CST / 12:00 PM EST, please click the button below to join Inman's family and friends to view the recorded celebration of his life.
Leave your memories, condolences, or well-wishes.
Donations in Inman's memory can be made to the Hospice Fund at Spartanburg Regional Foundation. The Foundation supports the services of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, which includes Hospice, who cared for Inman, and Woodruff Manor, where Rose lives: