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Harlow H.

Fuhr, Harlow H.

Born to Eternal Life on Sat. May 10, 2008 age 67 yrs. Beloved husband of the late Linda D. Fuhr nee Moser. Loving father of Scott Megan Wamser and Timothy Dana Fuhr. Proud grandfather of Madison and Tanner. Son of the late George and late Elsie. Step-son of William Werderitsch. Brother of Pearl Draeger and the late Bernice Schmidt. Son-in-law of Elizabeth Hamman. Brother-in-law of Ronald Astrid Moser, Dale Nancy Moser and Jane Lester Williams. Also survived by canine pal Strudel, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation Thur. May 15 from 5:00 – 7:30 PM at NAIN EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1665 S. 57th St. with Funeral Services at 7:30 PM. Interment Arlington Park Cemetery, Fri. 10:00 AM.

If so desired, Memorials to American Cancer Society Hope Lodge or to Nain. Ev. Lutheran Church appreciated.


Past Comments


TASDA expresses it’s sadness at the loss of one of our Past Presidents who provided leadership to our members. Harlow will be greatly missed by all the lives he touched in our association. God’s blessings on the family and Peace be with you.

Officers, Boards and Executive Director of TASDA

Beth Burns

I am sorry to hear of the passing of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Mark and Pat Lamp

Dennis E. Wamser

I share in the sorrow of your loss. Having only met Harlow once, it was clearly apparent he was a fine man. This is evident in the character of his sons. I offer my deepest condolonces.

Megan Wamser

I didn’t know Harlow very long, but developed a strong bond with him as I taught him how to use his computer. I remember him insisting on providing me with a hammer to eliminate the problems the computer was giving him.

I also recall admiring all the woodwork his sons had around their homes which Harlow made for them. At Christmas last year, he made two of his most trademarked pieces for me: the wine fish and the oil candle.

I will miss him terribly and he will never leave my thoughts.


Dear Unc-We will all miss you very much. Say hi to aunty and your sister Bee mom and grandma. We girls will still be brats down here in need of teasing. You were the best at that. We love you.
Love Nieces,
Debra Jean from the washing machine, Tina Marie came out of the tree, Dana Lynn from the fish’s fin, and Dona Jean from the washing machine the second or as you prefered to call us: Big Brat, Brat One, Brat Two, and Little Brat. xoxoxoxo

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