As a youth, Harold drove tractors, trucks and machinery on the farm. He won blue ribbon prizes at 4H. He loved to play hockey and got a team going at Bethany Bible Institute, Hepburn, Sask. After moving to Manitoba, he enjoyed playing for the Altona Maroons. Harold became a successful salesman at Palliser Furniture, a career that took him all over Canada. With Lillian as his kidney donor and caregiver, he lived a decade longer than expected. After pneumonia put him in the hospital, a move to Donwood Manor in Winnipeg made Harold’s last weeks more comfortable.