Harry Lancour

Resided in Flat Rock, MI
Died February 24, 2008

Harry T. Lancour, age 81, of 4012 21st Road; Gladstone (Flat Rock area) passed away on Sunday, February 24th, 2008 at the Pinecrest Medical Care Facility in Powers following a brief illness.
Harry was born January 3rd, 1927 in Escanaba, the son of Clyde and Dorina (Charbonneau) Lancour and was a lifelong resident of Flat Rock. In his early working years, he served in the Merchant Marines. Harry later was engaged in dairy farming much of his working life, and additionally was employed as a bus driver for the Gladstone School System. Harry retired in that capacity in 1989 after 33 years of service.

Harry Lancour married the former Laura Jean Hoes on June 13th, 1953 at Holy Family Church in Flat Rock and

0 Tributes for “Harry Lancour

    My condolances to the Lancour family.
    I remember Harry as the bus driver. I never heard him speak. He was quiet but seemed to get along with all the students.

    Jake Nyquist
    Gladstone, MI
    My sincere sympathy to Jean & all of Harry’s family.

    I remember Harry as the best bus driver, ever. My Mom told me that when I started kindergarten, I was so little, I had a hard time getting up the steps of the bus. Harry would always help me! 🙂 He was such a kind man. God Bless him.


    Cheryl (Kalishek) Bernard
    DeTour Village, MI
    Jean and all of Harry’s Family, I will always remember Harry for his dancing eyes. He was not mych of a talker but all of us bus drivers loved him dearly. Harry’s eyes said a lot, they were beautiful. I enjoyed working with him for 23 years until I retired. Jean and family you have my greatest sympathy at the loss of such a wonderful man. Jean I will also remember how you would want to go on a trip with Harry and he would not leave his cows. He will be sadly missed by many people. Me included. Linda Lamberg- Erickson Ps. Sorry Al and I could not be there as we both have the bug that is going around. I hope you will understand. Linda

    Linda Erickson
    Ford River, MI
    Harry was a farmer almost until the end. It was the life he knew the best. We will remember Harry in these later years at the campground after the chores.

    We will hold Jean and the family in our prayers.

    Bruce & John
    Doylestown, PA

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