Armond Haar

The funeral service for Armond Harley Haar, 78, of Aberdeen, was at 2 p.m., Friday, March 4, 2022, at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, with Pastor D. Thomas Rawerts officiating. Burial will be at a later date at Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. Armond died Sunday, February 27, at Sun Dial Manor in Bristol.

Armond Harley Haar was born on June 8, 1943, in Roscoe to Erhard and Anna Catherina Caroline (Hofer) Haar. Armond graduated from Roscoe Public School in 1962. He married Jeraldine Elizabeth Way on October 8, 1963, at St Paul's Lutheran Church in Roscoe. They made their home at Roscoe while Armond worked at Sahli Super Value as a meat cutter. In April 1965 Armond moved his family to eight miles east of Ashton, where they took over running the farm from Ephriam and Leah Williams for 15 years.

Armond and Jeri bought the Ashton Bar in 1980 and named it Farmin' Armin's. They ran Farmin' Armin's until August 1983, when they moved to Aberdeen. While in Aberdeen, Armond worked at Cardinal Tools until he retired in 2011.

Armond enjoyed spending time fishing, making jerky and sausage, and spending time with his grandkids, great-grandkids, family and friends.

Grateful for having shared Armond's life are his wife of 58 years, Jeraldine Haar; his children, Lisa (Scot) Gohl, Patricia (John) Sperry, and Christopher (Laura) Haar; six grandchildren, Leah Haar, Olivia Gohl, Nicholas (Jordynne) Sperry, Alex Sperry, Cecelia Wiederrich, Reagan Haar; two great-grandchildren, Chace Haar and Layton Haar; his brother, Arnold (Nit) Haar; sister, Ruthie Weig; sister-in-law, Betty Haar; and many nieces and nephews.

Preceding Armond in death are his parents; one sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy (Victor) Schlomer; one brother, Gilbert Haar; one brother-in-law, Leo Weig; and one son-in-law, David Briscoe.

Arrangements by Spitzer-Miller Funeral Home, Aberdeen.


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