Harold Selander

Harold Selander

August 12th, 1929 December 29th, 2019

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Obituary for Harold Roy Selander

Mr. Harold Roy Selander of Medicine Hat passed away on Sunday, December 29th, 2019 at the age of 90 years. Harold leaves to cherish his memory his children, Brian (Debbie) Selander, Delorie (Neil) Jacobs, and Denise (Kim) Closson; grandchildren, Melanie (Jason) Beisel, Kirsten Jacobs, Brea Jacobs, Brennen Closson (Chelsea) and Jenna Closson; great-grandchildren, Shaye and Teagan Beisel; sisters, Dolly Leigh and Sharon Beckett; long time family friend, Barron (Tara) Paul; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Jalmer Selander and Ida Crabbe; and sisters, Phyllis Savola and Helen Johnson. Harold was born in Shaunavon, SK on August 12, 1929. He spent his early working years as a crane operator before discovering his true purpose and passion for carpentry. Through hard work and determination, Harold became a very talented finishing carpenter and was able to construct many beautiful pieces that will be treasured for many years to come. When Harold wasn’t busy with work, he enjoyed watching rodeos; was passionate about country & western music and dancing; and he enjoyed fishing when he had the time. Harold will be missed dearly by all those who knew ad loved him. A celebration of Harold’s life will take place later in Swift Current, SK. Memorial gifts in Harold's memory may be made to the The Lung Association Alberta/NWT Division, P.O. Box 4700 Station South, Edmonton, Alberta T6E 9Z9. Condolences may be sent through or to subject heading Harold Selander.

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Jenna Heron

What a shame to find out this news about my very own grandfather in this manner. He was a great, charming, hilarious man and I will forever remember my “Grandpa Bear”. I will always remember sitting in his garage, drinking ginger ale and playing marbles or Skip-o. ❤️ My favourite memories of my time spent with him.

Love you, Grandpa.
Comment | Posted at 08:37pm via Condolence

Ann Srubowich

Condolences to the family o fHarold. He was a friend of my father's, Neil Kuitunen, as well, his sister, Helen
was a favorite friend of my mother, Mary Huss Kuitunen. Hoping to reunite with Helen's daughter, Cheryl. Ann Kuitunen Srubowich
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