Harold D. Muth
April 1, 1921 - February 23, 2017
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Captain Harold D. Muth, 95, passed away peacefully on 23 February 2017. His wife of almost 74 years, four children, seven grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, as well as many extended family members and friends will miss him. He was born in St. Joseph, Michigan in 1921. He was one of six sons born to Claude…

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Claire Folger left a message on May 29, 2017:
Dear Deloras, Patty, Mike, Rick and Doc: My condolences to you all in our shared loss of a very dear friend and good neighbor for so many years. Harold and I shared birthdays in April, and exchanged cards with catch-up news long after he and Fred had retired. We counted your family as one of our beloved friends. I am sure that he and Fred are enjoying a few "old guys" softball heavenly games, and Harold would be happy to know that now our son Pete will turn 60 in July, he is carrying on with that group of special buddies here in good old California. Love to you all, Claire (Folger)
Cathy left a message on May 26, 2017:
Dear Muth family all, It has been decades since we were neighbors and classmates in Hillcrest Heights, but I still remember your Dad with great fondness. He was a gentle soul whose love of baseball pre-dated his Florida senior softball days. My Dad and Capt. Muth enjoyed a Washington Senators game and outing circa 1970 for my brother's birthday. As I recall, it was a hot summer day and both chaperones thoroughly enjoyed themselves (and their beverages!). I also remember Capt. Muth and I took guitar lessons together at a local recreation center. I hope he learned to play better than I did. I'm sure he's making the heavenly waterways safe right now, and I hope he and Dad enjoy a cold one again up there. My sympathies to you all, Cathy (nee Folger)
John and Peggy Eckhold left a message on March 5, 2017:
We are so saddened to hear of Harold's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Doloras and the entire family.
Robert Morthland left a message on March 5, 2017:
I only knew Harold about six years but got to know him very well. We played Cribbage every Tuesday morning at Lighthouse. We discussed Politics, Football, all the news Who was moving in and who was moving out. I also enjoyed talking to his wife Doloras. I will truly miss him. Fair Winds and Following Seas.
Susan Harder left a message on March 3, 2017:
Harold and Doloras were wonderful friends to my mother, Ruth Michel, while she lived at Lighthouse Pointe. She enjoyed eating her meals with them and discussing current affairs and sharing their love of history. My sincere condolences to the family, Harold was a true gentleman.
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