Hareld B. Joslyn, 86, passed away Dec. 3.

Memorial service was held Saturday Dec. 8 at 11:30 a.m. at WSUMC.

Hareld was born in 1932 in Oneida on the farm. He went to school at Oneida and served in USAF during Korean War 1951-1955 as an air traffic controller. He married Dorla Burbridge Jan. 23, 1955, they had two daughters Debbie Meyers and the late Sandi Smith. He farmed from 1955-1960 then moved to Great Falls, Mont. and was employed with NW Airlines for seven year, two years at MAFB doing civil service, and nine years at Eidel Feedlot. Moved to Kennewick, Wash. in 1978. He worked at Seiman’s for 16 years to retirement in 1995. Moved back to Great Falls in Sept. of 2007.

He is survived by wife Dorla, daughter Debbie (Tim) Meyers, brother Denny (Sue) Joslyn, four grandchildren and their spouses, and seven great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his daughter Sandi Smith, his parents Hareld and Fern Joslyn, and two brothers Harley and Jim Joslyn. He was an avid collector of John Deere.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to WS United Methodists Church or Peace Hospice.

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