Oct. 8, 2008-Jan. 12, 2015
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Harbor Kingston DeWaard was born on Oct. 8, 2008, at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital at 5:59 p.m. Harbor was intelligent, funny, creative, and had an imagination that could go past the moon - to the sun and beyond. Harbor was so brave he became an organ donor after he passed on Jan. 12, 2015, which could possibly save the lives of seven other children or younger adults. Harbor was a leader at school and a true individual; he even had kids twice his age look up to him. When he graduated from Morning Star Learning Center in Big Sky, Mont., he received the Best Manners Award. In his short time in kindergarten, he obtained the Student of the Week Award.
Harbor loved the outdoors and was an extremely great skier for his age; he even had no fear when he put on his ski gear. He also enjoyed RV-ing with his favorite dog Kaya, t-ball, soccer, fishing, skipping rocks at the river, dancing, swimming, playing at the beach, Lego building, playing with Thomas the Train, mutton busting, and playing hot wheels. His favorite foods were steak, spaghetti, pepperoni pizza, sushi, grape tomatoes, and seaweed. He loved his friends and family and they loved him right back. He loved his mother and father, who loved him to infinity and beyond.
Harbor's tragic death changed an entire community. His presence has made an impact on this earth bigger than any meteor; thousands of lives have been changed from Coast to Coast.
Harbor left behind his mother, Candice Brownmiller; father, Jaritt DeWaard; his two grandmothers, Lynn Brownmiller and Cheri DeWaard; two grandfathers, Paul Brownmiller and Terry DeWaard; and all of his loving aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends.
Harbor, thanks for being the best boy...the happy, happy boy!
Arrangements are by Cremation & Funeral Gallery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cfgbillings.com through "Our Families."
Cremation or Funeral Gallery
29 Eighth Street West
Billings, MT 59101
Published in Bozeman Daily Chronicle on Jan. 16, 2015