Condolence & Memory Journal

I hadn't seen Harold in many years, but remember him fondly. He worked with my dad at Raynor and that is how I knew him. Harold always had a smile and kind word. It's nice to think of him and my dad together working on a printing press again. My thoughts are with his family.

Posted by Minde Fisher - IL   August 23, 2015


So sorry for your loss. Only knew him and Wendell for a short time but did so enjoy them. Sending our love and prayers.

Posted by Dean and Norma Meier - Hooppole, IL - friend   August 23, 2015


In your time of loss remember that you have another angel to watch over you each and every day. There will always be a part of Harold with you. Prayers for all.

Posted by Serina, Michael, and Isaiah Blasdell - Morrison, IL - Friend of Family   August 22, 2015

We are sorry for the loss of Harold. A special condolence to Wendell, we enjoyed seeing you both at Mass. May God give you comfort and healing during this difficult time. Your are all in our prayers.

Posted by Jim and Ann Burke and family - Prophetstown, IL   August 22, 2015


My condolences to Harold's family, especially Wendell, whom I know from church as well. I really enjoyed Harold's stories and his contribution to the bible study we attended at St. Catherine's. I will miss him.

Posted by Lori Border - Prophetstown, IL - Friend from church   August 21, 2015


Always a big smile coming from him...

Posted by Jane Heath - Morrison, IL - Friend   August 21, 2015


Words can not begin to tell you how sorry I am for the loss of your loved one. I was the driver of the first car hit that day. May God help you through this terrible tragedy. I am praying for everyone involved that day..

Posted by Diane Dornbush - Albany, IL   August 21, 2015

I am so sorry for the loss of Wayne. He was a dear friend for 40 some years. We snowmobiled and motorcycled together and had a lot of great times and great memories. I know he was very close to my husband Fred who I lost in Dec of 2014. Now they will be together again. He will never be forgotten.

Posted by Beverly Frank - Annawan, IL - Friend   August 21, 2015