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Harold Weis

December 05, 1922 - April 05, 2015

Funeral Mass - Friday

April 10, 2015 1:00 P.M.

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Fargo

Prayer Service - Thursday

April 09, 2015
- 7:00 P.M.

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Fargo.

Visitation - Thursday

April 09, 2015
6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home

Harold Weis

December 05, 1922 - April 05, 2015


Harold Weis, born on December 5, 1922 to Eugene and Mary (Wilhelm), was raised on the family farm in Rozellville, WI. A hard working man who served his community and his county, Harold was an army sergeant in the Korean War, and remained active with the KC’s, VFW, Eagles, Senior Services and other organizations throughout his working years and his retirement. Harold worked many years for the Cass County Road Department. In his leisure time, Harold maintained a garden for many years and enjoyed playing cards with friends or with family.

Harold married Leona Rheault on April 11, 1950 at St. Benedicts Catholic Church in Wild Rice ND. Family was important to Harold, and they made regular trips to Wisconsin to see his family, and remained an active part of the lives of their growing family in Fargo, where he lived most of his adult life.

Harold was a man of strong faith who served his Lord in many ways, including dedicating much of his time and energy to the church. We are confident that Harold has now joined his parents, his siblings Sr. Mercita, Norbert, and Melvin, and his children Allen, Steven, and Joyce in heaven.

Harold is survived by his wife of nearly 65 years, Leona; their children Carol (William Petty) and Kevin (Judee Borchert); four grandchildren Elizabeth (Peter Elizondo), Christine Petty, Matthew Petty, and Alex Dawson-Weis; three great-grandchildren; and his siblings Dorothy, Marie, Donald (Betty), Clement (Marcie), and Virginia (Jerry Johnson).

On April 5, 2015 Harold spent his final hours with family at his bedside.

Visitation will be Thursday April 9th from 6-7 p.m., with a prayer service at 7 p.m., at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Fargo. Visitation will resume Friday at noon at St. Anthony’s, followed by the funeral at 1 p.m.


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10 responses to “Harold Weis”

  1. Mike Kennelly says:

    Harold was good hearted,
    With a good sense of humor,
    A good family,,
    He was a good man!

  2. Larry Rheault says:

    Dear Carol & Family – he was not the most gregarious – but never an unkind word from our dear Uncle Harold. A steady presence, who always stood for family, hard work and Christian beliefs. We hope your Mom is doing okay. We mourn his passing and send our sincere condolences. Larry & Christina

  3. Diane Beaton says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Harold was a wonderful man to have spent time with back during the prayer group days at St. Anthony.

  4. Lori (Weis) Jasken (daughter of Anthony and Barbara Weis) says:

    Leona and family,
    Sorry for your loss! He is now in heaven visiting with many reletives including my father Anthony who I believe were 1st cousins. I remember seeing both Harold and Leona at several church bazaars at St. Anthony’s. I also remember them from the Weis family reunions in Wisconsin. It is hard to lose someone so close to heart. I lost my husband Steve 2 1/2 years ago and it still feels like yesterday. God will take care of all of you! You are in my prayers!
    Lori Jasken and family.

  5. Larry Rheault says:

    ANECDOTE: Shortly after I got my driver’s license in 1964 (a story in itself), your Dad bought a brand new Chevy Biscayne (green, I think) and my Dad bought his ’54 Chevy 210 (4dr sedan, white top over sky blue). It was my 1st car when I was in high school – Mom & Dad would always warn me to drive careful – they didn’t want your folks seeing me round the corner with any dented fenders! Last night I felt compelled to do a little Google research on that car…must have been channeling Uncle Harold a bit. Larry

  6. Bill & Cindy Kozojed & Barbara Weis says:

    Leona and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Leona, you and Harold were always so good to attend so many events together whether it was a funeral, family reunion or wedding. He will be missed by many and mostly by you and your family. We are sure that already he is attending the family reunion in heaven and catching up with those that have gone before him.
    May God be with you during this difficult time.
    Barbara Weis
    Bill and Cindy Kozojed

  7. MIke & Darlene Wolf says:

    Our prayers Leona and family.
    Harold always had a smile on his face while giving his time for others. He was a very dedicated Knights of
    Columbus seving many years on degree team traveling the state of ND. While traving enjoyed many card games. May he rest in peace.

  8. Mike & Darlene Wolf says:

    Our prayers Leona & Family
    Harold was a dear friend always a smile on his face while giving his services to other people. I will always remember Harold as a dedecated Knight of Columbus. For many years he traveled with the Bishop Sullivan Degree team throuight out ND doing the works of the order. To past time on the bus we would play many games of cards which Harold enjoyed. May he rest in peace!

  9. Carlos Sanchez says:

    Very sorry for tris big loss, my condoles to my US family, my prayers are whith you all in this hard moment specially whith Mon Leona, Carol And Kevin.
    From Costa Rica your brother always Carlos , Martha, Ariel y Daniela.

  10. Leonabelle (Mrs. Don Mathison) from Bonita Springs, Florida says:

    My sincere condolences on Harold’s death.

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