I. Harold Storey

Harold Storey is a veteran from Chattooga County, Georgia, having served as a captain in the United States Army during World War II. He was involved in The D-Day invasion landing at Utah Beach, helped lead the push of German Forces across France, and was eventually wounded in The Battle of the Bulge.

Storey was awarded numerous battle ribbons in the European theater including the Purple Heart, Silver Star for “Gallantry in Action” for bravery during the Battle for Metz, and the French Legion of Honour Award. He later served as chairman of S.I. Storey Lumber company until his retirement.

Storey and his wife Rena are active members of Rome First Baptist Church and have been in many church and community civic organizations. Together they raised two children, Rena Henderson and Hal Storey. They are proud grandparents and great-grandparents and reside in Rome, Georgia.

View Storey’s Nurturing Faith book(s) below.