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Harold V. Butler Jr.

July 25, 1958 — June 10, 2024


Harold Butler Jr., the man who brought joy, mischief, and endless laughter to everyone around him, has taken his final adventure. Known for his infectious spirit and playful nature, Harold left behind a treasure trove of memories that will forever bring smiles to our faces.

Harold was the instigator of countless pranks, like the legendary nights of saran-wrapping cars with family/friends. His Camaro wasn't just for driving; it was a partner in all sorts of yard jobs, winter didn't slow Harold down one bit. He ran his jeep through a 14-foot snowbank and turned the back of a snowmobile into his personal chariot, with Terri at the helm. And who could forget the time he destroyed his friend's brand-new snowmobile? He will always be the main character of some of the funniest stories we'll ever tell.

Harold's Jeep was more than a vehicle; it was his pride and joy. He spent countless hours fixing it up and taking meticulous care of it. But Harold’s generosity was even more impressive. He would drop everything to help you, no matter what you needed.

Harold's legacy of fun and friendship lives on in the hearts of all who knew him. He was a man who always made you laugh, helped you when you needed it, and lived life to the fullest.

Ride on, Harold. Your adventures will continue in our stories and memories.

Survived by his loving spouse, Terri Butler, and his daughters, dana Butler and Dena Butler (Raymond Foster). He leaves behind his Grandchildren Caleb, Jadan, Cameron, and Delaney. His sisters Brenda Sons (Tom Sons) and Kristy (Greg) Dill. Preceded in death by his father Harold Butler Sr., mother Alberta Butler, and grandson Zander.

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