Havre- Earny Fritz Faechner, 89, passed away peacefully in his home with his family around him on July 5th, 2018. He is now reunited with his lovely wife Clo. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, July 14th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the 5th Avenue Christian Church in Havre, Montana. A luncheon will follow the graveside services at the 5th Avenue Christian Church. Arrangements made by Hi-Line Funeral Services of Havre. Condolences for the family may be left at www.hi-linefuneralservices.com

     He was born on October 18, 1928 in Box Elder, Mt. He enlisted in the Army in 1948 and served in Japan for just over a year. Earny married Clo Grace Sisson on July 2, 1949. Earny enjoyed hunting, fishing, eating catfish, sitting on his porch, drinking coffee while watching the cars go by with his neighbor and good friend Kathy. Earny enjoyed spending time with his three children, eight grandchildren and many great- grandchildren. He worked for the railroad for over 40 years and then decided to embark on a second career driving truck for TP Construction for about 18 years.

     Earny travelled with his wife in their motorhome across the United States with family and friends and wintered in Arizona. He and Clo spent many weekends and holidays camping in the Bear Paw Mountains and were also members of the Blue Horizon RV Club where they met and became good friends with many people.

     Earny was preceded in death by his wife of 66 years, his parents Alfred and Mabel Faechner, sisters, Marjorie Johnson and Agnes Thayer.

     Earny is survived by his children Dennis (Chell), Steve (Kim), and Sue Solomon; grandchildren Robyn, Chad, Tia, Tawny, Serena, Danielle, Breeze and McKayla; great grandchildren David, Emily, Jay, Dominic, Brady, Kye, Kaelina, Halle, Iseah, 1 on the way (Grayson); And sister Clara Roseburg.

     Donations can be made in Earny’s name to the Havre Senior Center 2 2nd St. West, Havre, Mt. 59501

 

 


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From: Susie Schend

So sorry to hear of Earny's passing. I miss seeing him and getting my daily hugs at the Senior Center. That was always his top priority was to give all the girls hugs. My thoughts and prayers are with you

 

From: Audrey (Gardner) and Gerald Entzel

Our thoughts and prayers have been with all of you. I have many fond memories of our yearly summer trips to Havre to see family, going to Beaver Creek for picnics , etc. and your family coming to Washington fishing, our Dad's going salmon fishing and us kids eating water melon and seeing who could spit the seeds the farthest. It would be nice to see you again. With Sympathy, Audrey & Gerald



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