April 19, 2017
In passing, a person is measured not by his wealth but by his deeds. Although Harold lived by modest means he will be remembered for his kindness and compassionate acts. In that respect he died a very wealthy man.
Throughout his life he put others first. Always a kind word and a lighthearted joke, Harold could put a smile to your face.
He loved to travel about the country in search of new and interesting places. Antique hunting was a lifelong passion. And steam trains and railroads… oh did he love the railroad. As children, Lily and I have fond memories of walking the old abandoned railways of Michigan with our older brother, Harold, searching for glass insulators. I remember how they would glow in the early morning sun.
As so many of his friends in Fargo we will miss him dearly.
Funeral Services will be held at 2:00pm on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center.