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Obituary for Curt U. Harames

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Curt U. Harames

June 12, 1950 - January 2, 2013

Curt U. HaramesCurt U. Harames, 62, our father, husband, and grandfather left his home for his heavenly home on Wednesday, January 2, 2013. He is survived by his loving family.A public viewing where friends and family meet will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 from 6 – 8 pm at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836- 36th St., Ogden, UT and Wednesday, January 9, 2013 from 10:15 – 10:45 am. There will be a private funeral for family only at 11:00 am.Interment will follow at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park.



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Visitation Information

Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Time: 10:15 am - 10:45 am

Leavitts Mortuary


836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

Service Information

Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Leavitts Mortuary


836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

Cemetery Information

Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Leavitt's Aultorest Memorial Park


836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT,

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Born: June 12, 1950
Died: January 2, 2013

Condolences for Curt U. Harames

Peggy Frost posted on 1/10/13

My family and I have known the Harames Family for many years and we were very saddened to see that Curt had passed away at such a young age. We send our love and compassion to you all, and wish you the very best. Many Blessings and Much Love!


Denise Farnes Hamilton posted on 1/8/13

Uncle Curt and Aunt Mary were the closet thing I had to second parents growing up - even living far away. I always loved going to their house. Uncle Curt was always so much fun and had an infectious smile and laugh. There are so many great memories with Curt. My love and prayers go to the family - you are all amazing people and we are here to support you. I was blessed to know Uncle Curt and I know he is at peace.


Madeline Pappas Coleman posted on 1/8/13

Dear Harames Family, and All others, My deepest Condolances to everyone at this time of sorrow and healing.Curt was just a really a special person who loved family and get togethers so much. He will deeply be missed by everyone. My fondest memory of him was a statement he nade to me at the Pappas and Harames get together last summer. He could not believe all the memories I related to him about his home on Raymond Avenue growing up, and Grandma Harames's home. He said he just loved talking about theyounger days. In seeing the video photos of the family and his life, I have tears streaming down my face seeing he and my special Uncle Paul and he,along with the tresured photo of Uncle Paul & Jo with all his brother and sisters. We all had such a beautiful life growing up with Cousins and aunts. May God keep all of you safe, and may his memory of a husband, father, and grand father always be in all of your memories. With Love and Respect, Aunt, Madeline


Debbie Farnes Shields posted on 1/8/13

What my dad(Farrel Farnes) said in his memorial was very true. We girls (Denise and I) LOVED spending time with Uncle Curt and Aunt Mary and their family. We were very close and spent a lot of time together especially during the time that we lived in North Ogden. Curt always had a great sense of humor and enjoyed sharing that with others. Living 2,000 miles away for the last 21 years I have not kept in touch the way I should have but KNOW that I love you all-Mary, Carrie, Derek, Tiffany, Brandon and Ashlee. I am thinking of you and your families and I hope you can find peace.


Carol Jean Yeager posted on 1/8/13

To Curts's Family, I extend my condolences to you in the sadness of the loss of your dad, grandpa, brother and friend. May the Lord bless him at this time and wrap his arms around all of you so you may feel his unconditional love. With love to you all, Carol Jean Yeager, Cousin. Parker, Colorado.


Mary and Farrel Farnes posted on 1/8/13

Mary (Curt's sister) says that she and Curt loved playing together when they were young. Mary is sick right now but says "I should have taken him out to lunch". Mary deeply loved her brother.Mary would like to share a classic family story:While traveling to pick up Paul (brother) from his mission, Curt and Mary's father (Paul Sr) stopped at a gas station to fill up the car with gas. Curt and Mary were in the back seat when they noticed their father moving around quickly. There was a dog bothering him. Curt and Mary started laughing at their father's reaction. When he got back the car Curt and Mary asked their father what was going on with the dog. Their father (Paul Sr) said, "Dang dog thought I was a fire hydrant". This resulted in Curt, Mary and Curt's Mother losing it. They laughed about it the rest of the trip. It has become a family classic story.While in the service our car started to clunk and clank, Mary and Farrel drove the car from California back to Ogden, Ut at 35 to 40 miles per hour. We had very little money at that time and Curt took our old car to the Bonneville High School and rebuilt the engine. Curt was a great mechanic at an early age. We will always be thankful for what Curt did for us. The car ran great for many years. When Curt and Mary's kids were young, Mary and Farrel girls (Debbie and Denise) loved to visit Uncle Curt and Aunt Mary. We also loved it when they came to our home. We had such good times and many laughs. Debbie and Denise said they have such special memories of this time.Thanks for the Memories......Curt and Mary's family holds a very special stop in our heart and it saddens us that Curt is gone at such a young age. Love you brother,MaryLove you Curt,Farrel, Debbie and Denise


Bishop Marlin Browning posted on 1/7/13

I spent many an hour with Curt over the past 4 years. I was with him in good times and challenging times but my heart always went out to him. Like all of us, Curt had challenges in life and did his best to meet them. Curt was one of my ward clerks and was a great one. He was always there when I needed him and became an important part of our ward. I wished I could have visited him but I loved him as a fellow brother. He and I always seemed to get along well and I appreciated the respect he showed me as bishop. I hope he will have peace as he travels into the next part of his eternal journey. I offer the family my deepest sympathy for your loss.


Lynnette Chadwick posted on 1/7/13

To the Harames family, so sorry for your loss. To Carrie & Jeff we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. We were in the Mt. Lewis 4th ward with you. Take care ! Lynnette & Tim Chadwick


Marilyn Froerer posted on 1/7/13

Curt was a joy growing up. It was fun to see the love and caring he gave his parents. When they became so ill it was nice to see him showing them the love they needed. He was a good example to all and I am sorry you had to lose him so young. God bless you all! Love, Marilyn Froerer