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Thomas Harr

June 21, 1960 - November 05, 2010

Gathering:

1-2:00 P.M. Friday, November 12 in Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

2:00 P.M. Friday, November 12 in Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Fargo.

Burial:

Holy Cross North Cemetery, Fargo.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Thomas Harr

June 21, 1960 - November 05, 2010

Obituary

Thomas G. Harr, 50, Fargo passed away Friday, November 5 in Essentia Health, Fargo.

Thomas was born June 21, 1960 to John H. and Blanche (LaBlanc) Harr in Fargo, North Dakota. Thomas graduated from Fargo North High School in 1979. After graduation, Thomas went to work for Midstates Truss, a job he continued until he passed away. Thomas was the lead man of his shift at Midstates.

Thomas enjoyed watching movies, watching and playing poker, and “making his rounds” between his various stores. Thomas enjoyed recycling. He had a real passion for both baseball and football, the Chicago Cubs being his favorite team. He helped everyone he possibly could with whatever he could. He enjoyed being around children. He spent a lot of time on his exercise machine, especially his air walker.

Thomas was preceded in death by his dad, John H. Harr, grandparents, John C. and Brite Harr, Walter C. and Viva LaBlanc.

Thomas is survived by his mother, Blanche N. Harr, Fargo, siblings, Philip R. Harr, Minneapolis, Walter J. Harr, Minneapolis, Patricia A. Harr, Fargo, Allen L. Harr, Fargo, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

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  1. Philip Harr says:

    Minneapolis MN
    When Tom was young, once, Mom yelled out ‘Thomas George!” Upset … Tom said: “My name ain’t Thomas. It’s Tommy.” I guess that stuck. Because his co-workers still called him Tommy.

    Art from work went to view Tom in the casket. He came over and said: “I was just checking … Tommy always said he wouldn’t be caught dead in a suit.” Since we couldn’t find a suit among his belongings, Tom was buried in one of his nice black shirts.

    Art said Tom had told him he started working at Mid-States at age 16 for two summers. When he became 18, he went to work there full time. So he was there 34 years when he passed at age 50.

  2. John Paul says:

    Elk River MN
    My sincerest condolences to the entire Harr Family, Aunt Blanche, Walter, Philip, Patricia, and Allen. Although Thomas has moved on to his new life in Heaven, he will always be with you in your memories and your hearts.

  3. Tracy Friese says:

    Fargo North Dakota
    My cousin Tom always made sure everyone had a smile on their faces. He made sure us kids were spoiled. He loved us. I will miss him. I know he loved the cubs so made sure he had a new cubs hat with him. Love you Tom you will be in my heart for ever. Tell Pappa jack hi and i love him. Tell my gramma gloria and gramma rose hi. play bingo with gramma gloria. besure to get a bike up in heaven too. Watch lots of cubs games. I love you Tom. Rest in Peace.

  4. Missy Miller says:

    Fargo ND
    Dear Blanche, Patty and Allen I’m so sad to hear of your loss. I will keep you, Tom and all of your family in my prayers during this difficult time. Your friend from the Insight Support Group, Missy

  5. Mid States Truss says:

    Fargo Offering our sincere condolences to the Harr family. Tom was a very good man to have around. His knowledge was very accute. His work ethic was positive and he was always willing to help out wherever he was needed. His dedication to his job was outstanding and his problem solving skills were very helpful throughout the years. We will miss him here. Even his temporary moments of stubborness! As a fellow employee and a friend to us all. Irreplaceable. From all of us at Mid States Truss, Rest In Peace Tom.

  6. Karen Friese says:

    Fargo North Dakota
    I will also miss you alot. I have been sitting and remembering all the times as a child as well. All the holiday dinners, and times we would be together playing games and doing what ever kids did best. The parades Jefferson had when we were in school, to tricker treating together. As well as some of the while sleep overs with Patricia (or should I say when we would scheme to get you boys in trouble-and we ended up getting in trouble a couple of times). One time I really remember was when your mom, dad and Allen went to Arizonia and came back early. We all hurried to clean the house on 28th street before they got there. SO no one got in trouble. I so will miss how you alway had a way to explain things when I had troubles understanding something growing up. That caring smile and comforting words of “It will be ok” to the girls (Tracy and LeAnna Jo when you would see them.
    Remember to chear on the Cubs and your Bears and have a great time with your dad. Tell everyone we love them. Tell My mom we love her and that we hope she is winning big at Bingo there. Maybe you can take in a game or two with her. Give her and your dad and all our other loved ones kisses from us. Rest in Peace and have a safe journy.

  7. Walter Harr says:

    Minneaplis MN
    Tom was a die-hard Cubbie fan. Nobody else supported this notion.

  8. Philip Harr says:

    Minneapolis MN
    Tom had a weak heart. But he used it a lot. Tom had weak eyes. But he kept a close watch.

  9. LeAnna Mittleider says:

    You are going to be missed terribly by so many people. I have so many memories of when we were kids that I will always cherish. I used to love coming to your house and playing Spoons, Parcheesi, and other games with all of us at the table. Those are some of my favorite memories as a kid. Oh, and the family holiday dinners, who could forget those? The sleepovers with Patricia when we wouldn’t go to sleep and you would get pissed that we were too loud, I’m sorry. You have to admit it WAS funny when you look back on it. Do you remember fighting over who got to sit in the rear facing seat of your parents station wagon? Now, THAT was funny! I hope you get to watch PLENTY of movies in heaven and make sure you catch some baseball games with you dad. Maybe play some bingo with my mom too okay? I miss and love ALL of you. Have a peaceful journey.

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