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ALFRED HARDER

Born: Apr 06, 1935

Date of Passing: Nov 10, 2020

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ALFRED HARDER
April 6, 1935 - November 10, 2020

After a number of years of living with dementia, Alfred went home to be with his Savior Jesus Christ on November 10, 2020, at the age of 85 years.
Alfred was born the seventh of eighth children to Jakob and Maria Harder (nee Friesen).
He leaves to cherish in his memory his former wife Nona, and adopted children, Doug, Margret, Joyce, as well as his grandson Justin who lives in Calgary.
Alfred was predeceased by his father at the age of two, his mother at the age of 32; brother Jacob and sister Susan.
He is survived by five siblings, Peter (Carol), Mary, Martha, Helen (Henry) and Arthur (Anne).
Alfred worked for many years as a long distance truck driver, hauling heavy construction machinery throughout Western Canada for the Western Cason Company.
He was also an advid bowler in the Winnipeg Men's League. This is where he won many trophies and had averages in the 240 range which included a few perfect games.
He also loved to watch western movies, especially when they included John Wayne.
We want to thank the staff at Concordia Place and all who cared for Alfred for past years. To the staff at Holy Family, that gave him the very special care he needed. We, his family really appreciated that.


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Publish Date: Nov 21, 2020

ALFRED HARDER

After a number of years of living with dementia, Alfred went home to be with his Saviour Jesus Christ, on November 10, 2020.
He leaves to cherish in his memory his former wife, Nona and adopted children, Doug, Margret, and Joyce as well as his grandson, Justin, who lives in Calgary.
Alfred was predeceased by his father at the age of two, his mother at the age of 32, brother, Jacob and sister, Susan.
He is survived by five siblings, Peter (Carol), Mary, Martha, Helen (Henry), and Arthur (Anne).
Alfred worked for many years as a long distance truck driver, hauling heavy construction machinery throughout Western Canada for the Western Cason Company.
He was also an avid bowler in the Winnipeg Men's League. This is where he won many trophies and had averages in the 240 range, which included a few perfect games.
He also loved to watch western movies, especially when they included John Wayne.
We want to thank the staff at Concordia Place and all who cared for Alfred for past years. To the staff at Holy Family, that gave him the very special care he needed. We, his family, really appreciated that.


www.voyagefuneralhomes.com


Publish Date: Nov 14, 2020

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 14, 2020, Nov 21, 2020

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