Harold S. GroszA funeral service for Harold S. Grosz, 81, Hebron, is 10:30 a.m. CST Saturday, Jan. 5, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Hebron, with Rev. Steve Schou and Rev. Jeff Zwack officiating.
A funeral service for Harold S. Grosz, 81, Hebron, is 10:30 a.m. CST Saturday, Jan. 5, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Hebron, with Rev. Steve Schou and Rev. Jeff Zwack officiating. Burial will follow in St. Ann’s Cemetery.
Visitation for Harold is 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the church before the service.
Harold passed away Monday, Dec. 31, at the St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck.
Harold Samuel Grosz was born Feb. 23, 1931, near Hazen, the son of Sam and Elsie (Wolf) Grosz. He grew up and attended country school near Hazen.
He worked on the farm for several years before he started learning the electrical trade for Wolfeil Electric.
It was during this time that he met and married Marlyn Hornberger. To this union, two sons, Jason and Gerald were born.
After earning his Journeyman’s Electric certificate, he joined the Electricians Union of IBEW-714. The union took him to jobs throughout the United States.
Later in life, Harold met Evelyn Reinbold. The couple was married on Dec. 16, 1978, and spent their entire married life living in Hebron. Together, they enjoyed traveling to the West Coast, Branson, Mo., Washington, D.C., Virginia, Colorado, Wyoming and Alaska.
They enjoyed their time at their cabin at Lake Tschida, where Harold in his younger days, did a lot of water skiing, showing the kids and grandkids just how it was done. He would sit on the dock, when he was ready to ski he would yell to the boat driver “row de boat” and then he was off and running.
Harold enjoyed fishing, hunting (especially turkeys), woodworking, tinkering, helping fix family projects and delivering meals. He also enjoyed working on the farm, especially helping his brother with harvest. Harold was an avid listener of Minnesota Twins games.
Harold is survived by his wife, Evelyn; sons, Gerald (Brenda) Grosz of Fargo and Jason (Beth) Grosz of Dilworth, Minn.; seven step-children, Cheryl (Glenn) Lohmann of Dickinson, Delvin Reinbold of Hebron, Annette (Leonard) Keller of Dickinson, JoDell (David) Vinot of Glen Rock, Wyo., Simon Reinbold of Mandan, Geralyn (Pat) Glasser of Glen Ullin and Patrice (Ken Cassezza) Klein of Taylor; 22 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren; brothers, Elmer (Irene) Grosz of Pueblo, Colo., and Raymond (Jean) Grosz of Hazen; sisters, Delma (Milbert) Srobel of Kent, Wash., and Doris (Carrol) Kuch of Carmel, Calif.; and sister-in-law, Delores Grosz of Colorado.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Calvin and Allen Grosz.
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