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Harold F.
Lancour

Lancour Sr., Harold F.
Passed away September 13th, 2015 at the age of 81. Beloved husband of Elizabeth “Betty”. Dear father of Harold Jr., Cheryl (the late Dana), the late Randy, Kathleen (Bob) Reed, Ron, and Brenda (Brian) Deja. Beloved brother of Dave (Maureen), Irene (the late Barney), and Marie. Dearest friend of Lynn Skruzewski and Bobby Boker. Also survived by many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Memorial visitation will be held on Monday, from 11 AM – 12 PM, at the funeral home with a Memorial Service to follow at 12 PM.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Johnson-Reiss
6615 W. Oklahoma Ave. 414-321-7440
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Kathy Reed

I still have no words on how to say Good ~ Bye, to the man ( My Father ) who always Chased monsters out from under my bed as a child, Kissed my scraped knees and always said that my boo ~ boos, would all be gone before I married
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I Love and Miss you Daddy…. Never will their be another man as understanding as you always were.. In my Heart forever
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Kathy Reed

Lit a candle in memory of Harold F. Lancour

Kathy Reed

Lit a candle in memory of Harold F. Lancour

Kathy Reed

Always and forever in my Heart, I Love and miss you !

Kathy Reed

HIn my Heart and never forgotten <3

Kathy Reed

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Nikki Plonty

I remember the first time I met this wonderful man. It was about 8 1/2 years ago, when his grandson Bobby brought me to Milwaukee to visit his grandparents for the first time. We were out with some family and when we got back to his grandparent’s house, I remember stumbling in through the house trying to find the bathroom. Little did I know, the bathroom was not the first room on the right hand side. That would be grandpa’s room. Grandma ever so kindly guided me to the next room over. The next morning we had some laughs. He welcomed me into his home. He was kind, caring, thoughtful and gave some of the biggest hugs. When Bobby and I came to visit, grandpa would make us breakfast, let’s just say he made awesome eggs and bacon. =) Many times, Bobby and grandpa would sit outside and talk and grill for hours. One time grandpa took Bobby and I to the store in his van. I thought for sure I was going to die sitting in the back seat of the van while grandpa drove and he’s telling Bobby how bad his vision is. I’m being bounced around in the back seat. Mind you I’m from the country, not the city and driving is much different. Let’s say he got us back home safely. Many times we all sat around the living room just enjoying each others company. These are only a few memories of the many I hold dear to my heart. Thank you for allowing me to know what a grandpa is all about. You will always be missed and live within our hearts. We love you!

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