Order Flowers

Harold Harvey

April 30, 1929 - April 11, 2017

Funeral Service - Wednesday

April 19, 2017
- 2:00pm

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo


Boulger Funeral Home

Harold Harvey

April 30, 1929 - April 11, 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.


Comments are not displayed until approved by a member of our staff.

9 responses to “Harold Harvey”

  1. Bill Nerhus says:

    I could not have had a better neighbor or friend in the 25 years I llved at the Oak Street Condominium. I’m glad`he didn’t suffer.

  2. Mary says:

    I remember Harold from all of my years at the credit union. He was always so happy and upbeat, just a all around wonderful man.

  3. doug says:

    my good friend harvey
    this fellow cass clay employee and partner in the antique auction audience will never forget the found memories of you my friend……
    rest in peace and i will see you on the other side, buying antiques!

  4. Kellie ( Daughter of Curt Burke) says:

    I remember him working with my Dad at Fairmont Creamery..he was always so cheerful and nice. I remember Dad teasing how he could eat more cheeseburgers then anybody!

  5. Darrin Wolters says:

    A humble man I owe so much to, you forever changed my life. The kindest man I ever knew,I will miss you always.

  6. kim richardson says:

    I was lucky to know Harold for a long time. I would see him about three times a week. Like others have said, always doing something for others. Always a smile on his face, and a smile on my face after seeing him.

  7. Barb Suppa (daughter of Bob Howe) says:

    He worked with my Dad at Fairmont. I remember him being such a nice man, always in a good mood, very cheerful and hard working.

  8. Bryan Wolters says:

    Harold was the most kindhearted person I’ve ever known. He was the only father figure my brother and I ever had and taught many life lessons. From teaching us how to drive a stick shift on his old blue Datsun pickup to taking us fishing, he was always a true friend and mentor. See you on the other side my friend.

  9. Ken Howe says:

    Harold Harvey worked with my Dad at Fairmont Creamery and I will always remember his ever present smile and indomitable spirit. I never knew him to be angry and I know my Dad treasured his association with “Harvey”. The Howes wish to express our sorrow at his passing and condolences to his surviving family.
    Ken Howe

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *