Donald F. Harry
March 13, 1958 - February 1, 2021
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Due to the current health conditions, Donald’s visitation will be private.

Donald F. Harry, age 62, passed away February 1, 2020 at his home in Appleton.  Donald was born in Hancock, Michigan, on March 13, 1958, to his parents Richard and Margaret (Corbeil) Harry. He grew up in Hurontown, Michigan, and enjoyed small game hunting, drawing, playing his guitar, working on his cars, and gardening.  He…

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Jeffrey harry left a message on February 16, 2021:
I can remember when Brenda and I were kids we would have Donald draw us pictures and we would go around the neighborhood and try and sell them, he was always there to help
Dan Harry left a message on February 5, 2021:
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Dan Harry left a message on February 5, 2021:
I have been thinking about Donald (Dino) and his family all week. It's always so jarring how suddenly someone is taken. How for the immediate family, their world appears to stop while at the same time a ton of decisions and planning is required and the rest of the world keeps spinning like it's just another day. Dino will be missed by his extended family in addition to his immediate family. He was a family man who cared deeply for Mary Ann, his children, grand children, and great grandchild. I'm thankful he and River got the gift of spending time with each other. We can hope we get to spend time with our great grandchildren. It's been awhile since I've seen Dino and the family, but it seems like yesterday. One of the memories I have of Dino is at grandma & grandpa's house. Dino had some bubble gum wrapper paper chains he had made. I remember as a child thinking how neat they were and asking him to teach me how to make them. He did. I've always known him as Dino. But I can't remember how his nickname came about. If it was only a play on Donald or if there's more to the story. If someone wants share the origin of his nickname, please do. There's a Flintstone's vendor machine that dispenses plastic eggs with a toy and it always says "Dino thanks you". I always chuckle and think of Donald when I hear it. There was one in Houghton where I grew up years ago, but there's also one at a bowling alley near where I currently live. 500 miles and 30 years away. So it still reminds me. I'll always think of Donald when I hear the word, Dino. Mary Ann, your sister, Becky, and I were classmates and we were always talking about you and Dino and trying to figure out she and I were somehow related through your marriage with Dino. My prayers are with Donald, Mary Ann, his kids, his grandkids, River, and his Siblings. I hope the comfort of family and friends help you thorough his loss. I pray he is reunited with his parents, siblings, other family, and friends that have gone before him. We'll miss you Dino.
Maryann Harry left a message on February 4, 2021:
Love you to the heavens and back. Watch over us please. You are missed so much.
Ken Surma left a message on February 4, 2021:
MaryAnn, We are sorry to hear of Don's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Pam and Ken ( your old neighbors on Layton Ave)
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
John and Elaine Wahtola left a message on February 3, 2021:
Maryann and family, even though we never meet we feel like we knew Dino from years of contact through Facebook. He touched many lives and will be missed. Please accept our deepest heartfelt sympathy. John and Elaine Wahtola
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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