Harold Zweiacher
December 4, 1941 - June 1, 2020
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Harold Ernest Zweiacher 78, Springfield, MO passed away on Monday June 1, 2020. Harold was born in Geary, Oklahoma on December 4, 1941 to Harley H Zweiacher and Dorothy M. (Claphan) Zweiacher. Harold farmed wheat, alaffia and raised cattle in Geary for many years but his first love without a doubt was always flying which…

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Gwen left a message on June 18, 2020:
Cindy My heart is with you, dear. Harold was always good to me, being a mother in-law makes things different but Harold was great and loved him as he was such a outstanding person in many ways. I respected him for so many things he accomplished. A-true American. He loved his flag and country and all it stood for. I know you are flying high don,t worry. I,ll watch out for. Cindy. I love her . Use your Angel wings now.
Patricia Gage left a message on June 11, 2020:
Harold will be missed by so many people he came across In his lifetime. He had such a big heart for his dogs that meant the world to him. Now may you Rest In Peace and surround yourself with all of your loved ones in heaven God Bless You!! Much love❤️❤️
Lee left a message on June 11, 2020:
Very nice man with a great sense of humor! Wish I had O had known him better. Fly on Harold.
Paula and Bill Chamberlin left a message on June 9, 2020:
Our hearts are broken for the loss of Harold. Fly on Harold your passion was flying and you served your country with honor. Now fly to the Lord and we will meet again. Our love to you Cindy! ❤️🙏
Michael King left a message on June 9, 2020:
I have fond memories of Uncle Harold from our visits to Geary. As a child I recall him and Grandpa Harley exchanging stories, and I loved the passion to which they spoke. I remember one time visiting Harold's house and I was amazed by the wonderful world of cattle, trains, chickens that appeared to be wearing pajamas and the best biscuits and sausage gravy that I have never found a comparison to. For a city kid, it was an amazing world. Harold offered for me a few times to come work the farm for the summer and in hindsight I wish I had taken him up on the adventure now that I work a good amount in agriculture. Uncle Harold was larger than life to me and I will always remember him. Prayers to Cindy and the rest of the family, let me know if I can help with anything. Mike King
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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