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Harold P. Harbour

May 22, 1928 - May 21, 2012

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Dad it is so hard to believe that it has been almost a year since you left us to be with Mom, David, Debby, Kathy & Mike, you are missed and loved so much but I know that you are all watching over us. Love you all. Dayle

I will miss my Dad so much, I waited to read all the messages here for a while. Today I could and see how much my Dad meant to so many people. Thank you to everyone. Drina

Harold never met a human being he didn't touch. How many Tilton/Northfield kids learned about respect from him, finding admiration for the life of service he led? How many understood the rewards for a job well done, whether it was finishing the school year, on the sports field, or as a participant in a civil society? He was a teacher with a big classroom. Harold, we all salute you - you are missed by many more than you ever could have guessed.

Dear Mom,
I cant even begin to imagine, the loss and emptiness you must be feeling right now. Harold was a godsend to all of us, especially for you, a perfect match the two of you were. I know that you are so very grateful that he was such an important part of your life, and that you will miss him tremendously. I will forever cherish the memories and all of the wonderful and special times that we all shared. I couldnt have asked for a better "Dad",his wisdom, caring, advise...

Please accept my condolences to all of the Harbour family. We were neighbors back in the 50's living by the Northfield reservoir. When I was sick from school Harold and Beverly used to care for me. Harold was a good man and will be missed by many.

To the Harbour Family. I think I have known Harold all my life. His Mother and my Grandmother were in a sewing club together and lived less than an 8th of a mile apart. He was a man of many talents and gave tirelessly to the towns of Tilton and Northfield. He will be much missed. I hope all the good memories will carry you through this tough time.

I looked up to Mr. Harbour as a child - when he drove the bus on field trips -as a firefighter - and later had the chance to talk with him as an adult. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Please accept my condolences during this time of sadness and may the peace of God that excels all thought comfort you.

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this tough time.

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OBITUARYHarold P. Harbour, 83, of Franklin, former longtime resident of Northfield and Chief of Tilton-Northfield Fire Dept., died at Concord Hospital on May 21, 2012 after a sudden illness.He was born in Franklin on May 22, 1928 the son of Joseph and Hazel (Davis) Harbour. During World War II,...

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