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Raymond Haman

November 19, 1953 - February 19, 2020

Memorial Service - Wednesday

February 26, 2020
- 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo


Boulger Funeral Home

Raymond Haman

November 19, 1953 - February 19, 2020


Raymond passed away on Wednesday, February 19th, 2020 at his home in Fargo, at the age of 66.

Raymond Lee Haman was born on November 19th, 1953, a son of Stanley and Edith (Butterfield) Haman in Minot, ND. He was raised and educated in Minot, ND. Raymond enlisted into the U.S. Army in 1976 and was stationed out of Fort Lewis, Washington. He proudly served his country and was honorably discharged in January 1979. From there he moved back to Minot. Raymond and Martia Saastad had two children, Dawn and Dustin. In January of 1981 Raymond was united in marriage to Bonnie (Novak) Haman, they had two children, Ryan and Lance. Raymond was stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas as a civil service fire fighter for 2 years from 1986 to 1988. They moved back to North Dakota and he was stationed at the Grand Forks Air Force Base from 1988 to 1999. Ray retired from civil service duty in 1999. In 2002 Raymond and Bonnie divorced. While in his twenties he learned a drywall trade and would work as a drywaller on his days off at the air base. He worked as drywall finisher off and on till the day he died. He enjoyed martial arts and telling jokes. Laughing at his own jokes was a trademark of his. He had a laugh that was very distinctive. He loved the outdoors. He always took his kids camping, fishing. Spending time with family and friends was always a priority of his. He adopted a dog from the shelter named Pilgrim and he loved that dog with all his heart.

Surviving family includes:

Daughter, Dawn Saastad Minot, ND and Sons Dustin Saastad Clifford, ND, Ryan Haman Fargo, ND, Lance Haman Chicago, IL. 6 grandchildren, Dylan, Triston, Dayna, Braeden, Keaton and Landon. Siblings Charleen (Ambrose) Roerick Bismarck, ND, Stanley (Susan) Haman Kenai, AK, Kay Haman Fargo, ND, Patricia Tierney Minneapolis, MN, Carol Siegel Harding, MT and several nieces and nephews.
Ray was preceded in death by his parents Stan and Edith.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center in Fargo. To sign the online guest book, please visit our website at www.boulgerfuneralhome.com


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8 responses to “Raymond Haman”

  1. Helen Mattson says:

    Ryan & Lance so sorry for your loss..

  2. Mary kester says:

    So sorry to hear this news. Sending prayers to all of you. Mary Kester

  3. Donna, Ken and Gail Momerak says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. He was much too young to go. It sounds like he was a hard working, great guy. You all have our deepest Sympathy.

  4. Deb Uhlir says:

    My deepest sympathy to Ryan,Dustin, Lance and Dawn and to Ray’s entire family. May all of you find peace in the special memories and times you had together. He will always be with you. God Bless….❤️Deb Uhlir

  5. Amy says:

    I got to know Raymond when he was living in Minot and he was one of my favorite people. Always made me laugh as I never knew what he was going to say. He will be missed. Keep his memories during this difficult time.

  6. Judy Stewart says:

    Our sincere condolences from your Butterfield cousins. Ralph Butterfield, Makoti,ND, Clayton Butterfield, Mobile,AL, and Judy Stewart, Richville,MM.

  7. Clayton Butterfield says:

    I am sorry for the loss of Raymond. We had some good times together when all of us werel young. I am sure he will be missed.by all of his close family and friends.
    Clayton and Lynne Butterfield and family

  8. Rick Thomas says:

    I’m so sorry to see this news and only found trying to track him down for a long overdue chat. Ray and I were in South Korea together and stayed in touch for about 20 years but life seemed to get in the way. I came out to visit right after the service and had a blast with him and our mutual friend Les Bollig I drug along. I’m pretty sure I introduced him to Bonnie. I’ll never forget drinking beer in the back yard and him saying “let’s box”, interesting stuff you did in Minot. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to try and reconnect.

    God speed my friend!

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