Maguire, Harold Mervyn

Maguire: Harold, 89 years, beloved husband of Dianne Maguire, father of Mick, Linda, Echo and the late Moya, passed away in the Souris Personal Care Home on Saturday, September 3, 2022. Funeral service was held at St. Paul’s United Church, Souris, Manitoba, on Thursday, September 22, 2022. Private interment in the Elgin Cemetery. In memory of Harold, donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or  a charity of your choice.

21 thoughts on “Maguire, Harold Mervyn”

  1. Our sincere sympathy Dianne and family. Many fond memories of Harold on and off the ball diamonds.

    Carol and Walter

  2. Our sincere condolences to Dianne and family.
    We enjoyed Harold at the fellowship club.
    Robert & Marilyn Pearce

  3. My deepest sympathy Dianne and Family. I have fond memories of the New Zealand visit when you both stayed at my home and reconnecting with you both on one of my Canadian visits.

  4. To the Maguire Family,
    Sorry to hear of the passing of Harold. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time.
    Dean and Donna Couvier

  5. Our sincere sympathies to Dianne , Mick, Linda,Echo and families. . He will be missed. A neighbor to us for many years!
    Brian and Leona Perkin

  6. We pray comfort be yours at this time of grieving the loss of your husband, dad and grandfather. Sympathies especially to Dianne, Linda, Mick and Echo. Sincerely Judy and Peter Hiebert

  7. Our deepest condolences to all of Harold’s family. He was extremely proud of all of his family. You will all have special memories of him and he will be in your hearts forever.
    Sincerely Marge Edgerton amd Ardelle Woods

  8. Dianne and Family,
    I first got to know Harold when we were both on the Hillcrest Museum board. He was a great ambassador for Hillcrest. Always enjoyed my talks with him. He was a great guy who will be missed by many.

  9. We only knew Harold for a few years, but he sure made an impression! Our deepest sympathies to Dianne & family. His smile, laugh and stories will be missed by many. Lon & Loretta Turner

  10. Condolences to Dianne and family. Harold will be remembered for his willingness to help anybody that needed it

  11. So sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. I always enjoyed our visits at the Maguire reunions and at funerals! He was always interested and curios My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Debbie Maguire

  12. Sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. So enjoyed his visits and sense of humor
    Will miss seeing him in church
    Thoughts and prayers to Dianne and family
    John and Erma Ginter

  13. So sorry to hear of your loss. I remember Harold as a positive, gentle man who was kind and friendly. He will be missed by many.
    Sincerely Brian& Kathi Saunderson

  14. Our Sincere Sympathy to Dianne, Mick, Linda and Echo and all the extended Family – Harold was such a treasure trove of history. Great memories. Jim and Patricia Halliday

  15. My sincere condolences to you and your Family Dianne, may your many happy memories help to ease your sorrow. I have many happy memories of Harold when we would meet at the Tripp farm for family gatherings. One of my last memories was taking Mom out to your farm the day after one of your memorable anniversaries. May He rest in peace!!-Lorna Magnusson

  16. Harold was the kind of person who always looked on the brighter side of things. I have many fond memories of Harold and Dianne playing ball with the Elgin Canadians women’s fastball team. As the years would pass by after ball and when an opportunity rose, Harold and I would get caught up on “life”. Harold was a genuine person and he will be missed.

  17. Sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. Condolences to Dianne and all of the Family. Harold was a real gentleman and I enjoyed talking Mazda Miata stories with him as we both owned one. Harold will be missed. Verne Saunderson.

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