Neil George Anthony Hardebeck

03/13/1953 - 09/29/2021


Obituary For Neil George Anthony Hardebeck

Neil G. A. Hardebeck age 68 of Hamilton passed away on Wednesday September 29, 2021. He was born on March 13, 1953 in Dixon, CA the son of the late Neil T. and Delores A. (nee Corso) Hardebeck. Neil was regional director for Valor Security for many years. Neil was an avid fisherman, loved bowling, and was a licensed HAM radio operator. He was a devoted family man who loved taking care of his family. He was very proud of all his kids and grandkids. He is survived by his loving wife of over 21 years Brenda Hardebeck; three children Shawn (Debbie) Hardebeck, Angela (Todd) Gadberry, and Tamara (fiancé William Littlejohn) Hardebeck; twelve grandchildren, eighteen great grandchildren with three great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren on the way; two sisters Annie (Steve) Mech and Nancy (Jerry) Hardebeck-Feicht. Neil was also survived by many nieces, nephews, other family and close friends. Visitation will be on Thursday October 7, 2021 at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield from 5:00PM until the time of the funeral at 7:00PM with Pastor Barry Wilson officiating. Online condolences can be made at




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05:00 PM - 07:00 PM

Webster Funeral Home - Visitation 5-7 Th 10-7/Service 7PM Th 10-7
3080 Homeward Way
Fairfield, OH 45014

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  • For the years that I've known Neil I've always admired how much he loved his kids and how much his kids loved him and how many times he bragged about his wife Brenda and how much he loved her I want to offer my condolences to Brenda and his son and daughter I will miss you Neil Edward Smith

  • Neil was the consummate gentleman and one of the nicest people I ever had the opportunity to work with. We worked together for several years at VSS and it was always a joy no matter what the assignment. Rest In Peace my friend abs until we meet again, Gods speed Doug Robertson

  • During the years that I was fortunate enough to know Neil, I always found him to be dependable, dedicated, responsive and loyal. A good guy that you could share a laugh or confidence with, but who always took his responsibilities very seriously and made sure that he did his best to get the job done. He was a man that you could count on, and I did. I'm glad to have known him and I pray for Brenda and his family in their time of sorrow. – Mike Lyons

  • Neil had such love for all of his family, and my heart goes out to them now. It was endearing to hear him talk of memories of his parents as well. He enjoyed a good laugh and good food, and was also a good cook! I loved how he helped Brenda when she was having a rough day. He just seemed to take things in stride. Rest in peace, Neil.

  • We had some good times with the radio group and to dinners. Fly high Neil !

  • He had a heart of gold; when I look back on my childhood , almost all my favorite memories are with him. He had a way of letting you know you were loved and cared for without saying a word and always wanted to see a smile on your face. I truly owe so much of who I am to this man and it breaks my heart to see him go so soon. You will forever be loved and cherished, grandpa ❤️

  • Neil was a great man to work for. He took care of his people, he was a great role model to follow, May he rest in Heaven.

  • God speed Neil. I will our monthly calls. I am honored and blessed to have been your friend!

  • Thoughts and prayers with you Brenda and the family. If you were lucky enough to be a friend to Neil, then you were truly blessed. I will miss our monthly talks and cherish all if the memories! God speed Neil! Lissa Tackett

  • Neil was such an incredible person, he was dearly loved by my family, and will be greatly missed. He brought a joy to us all, his serious but playful demeanor was something I will always remember, our prayers and thoughts are with you Brenda and your family. He will be missed by all. Waun Family.

  • Neil was such an important part of Kenwood Towne Centre for so many years. Whether it was Crazy Hat Day, dealing with irrational guests, making chili dogs at St Rita's, or sitting with me to make sure the mall didn't implode on Y2K, he could always be counted on. Even many years later I always knew that if I had a real problem and called Neil, he would still be there. How many people can you say that about. Brenda, my sincere condolences to you and your family. He will be missed by many. Wanda WagnerTuriak

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