Harold Harmon

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Harold Wayne Harmon was born August 7, 1937, at Imperial, Nebraska, to George and Marietta (Munson) Harmon. Harold grew up and attended school in the Champion-Lamar, Nebraska area. As a young man he assisted on the family farm and became a farmer himself, farming near Champion, Nebraska, for many years.

Harold was married to Frances Weiss, and Jan Liebhart. He married Judy Troudt on May 26, 2006. He was an artisan in his own rite, playing in three different Western Bands. He enjoyed hunting and camping in the mountains and loved fishing on his boat “The Blue Angel”. Harold was a charter member of the Imperial Eagles Aerie # 3472, as well as an Elks member of Wray, Colo.

Harold Harmon passed away early Thursday morning, November 28, 2019 at the Wauneta Care and Therapy Center in Wauneta, Neb. He was 82 years of age.

Survivors include wife, Judy Harmon of Champion; son, Dennis Harmon and wife, Jennifer, of Longview, Texas; son, Rick Harmon and wife, Jo, of Worland, Wyo.; son, Randy Harmon and wife, Brenda, of Rush, Colo.; daughter, Carol Horinek of Loveland, Colo.; brother, Martin Harmon of Imperial; sister, Gerietta Morse of Imperial; brother, Robert Harmon and wife, Mary of Imperial;

Grandchildren Venessa Harmon, Cassidy Larison, Heather (Aaron) Bassett, Hannah (Abhishek) Neelam, Lydia Harmon, Naomi Harmon, Luke Harmon, Justin (Judy) Horinek, Travis Horinek; great-grandchildren Lilianna, Aden, Lucian, Beau, Forrest; great-great-grandchild Aden.

Step Children Ron Liebhart, Mike (Cristie) Liebhart, Dan (Stacy) Liebhart, Cheryl Cecile and Robyn (Jeremy) Wheatcraft; step-grandchildren Zane, Chance, Cooper, Katelyn, Brock, Ashlee (Mark) Longwell, Maria (Ryan) Reid and Melissa Pope; step-great-grandchild Michael.

Harold was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Jan Liebhart; sons Russell and Timothy; brother Levi Harmon; great-granddaughter Journey; brother-in-law Elwin Morse; nephew Arlyn Morse.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, October 10, 2020, 10:30 a.m. (MT) at the Champion Community Center, Champion, Nebraska, with Mr. Jim Smith officiating.

There will be no viewing; Harold chose cremation.

In lieu of flowers a memorial has been established to the Champion Community Center.

(The Chase County Museum of Champion will be open after services to view some of Harold’s displays.)

Online condolences may be left at liewerfuneralhome.com

Liewer Funeral Home is entrusted with arrangements.


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