Gone, but Not Forgotten

The following classmate is Gone, but not Forgotten. What follows on this page is information received when notified of the death.  If there is a link in the third column, you can click on that link to read additional information. 


Mr Kenneth Har

(received 2006-06-21)
This is an email from Ken Har's daughter.

Please forgive me if this is your initial hearing about our father's death. As I do not have contact information for all the people my dad touched, please feel free to forward this on. Condolences may be sent to his family in care of his daughter Sandra Wheelis: Sandra Wheelis 1815 Shaw Rd Durham NC 27704 Ken Har was killed in an automobile accident yesterday (June 18) at 6:30 am near his home in Hillsborough, NC. Wednesday, June 21 from 7 - 9 pm the family will be holding the visitation at Grove Park Chapel 805 Sherron Road Durham NC 27703 Phone: 919-596-1152 Services will be held on Thursday, June 22 at 2 pm. also at Grove Park Chapel. Interment with full Military Honors will be at Arlington Cemetery at a later date. The family asks that instead of sending flowers to please consider offering a charitable contribution to any of the following: Rescue Missions Ministries Inc. dba, Durham Rescue Mission - This is a local organization that Dad volunteered at regularly. He cut wood on a regular basis, spent time with the residents and helped many to get back on their feet. He volunteered his time in many ways to support this worthy cause. PO Box 11858 Durham,NC 27703 http://www.durhamrescuemission.org Donations could also be made online through http://www.networkforgood.org/. Air Force Aid Society - Dad spoke often of his wonderful times with the great friends he made at the Air Force Academy. So many of you he spoke about often. The Air Force Aid Society, Inc. Suite 202 241 18th Street, South Arlington, VA 22202 www.afas.org/contribute/contribute.cfm Fisher House - in Memory of Dad's strong memory and love for his military family, the Fisher House assists family members of our military men and women during their times of hospitalization. www.fisherhouse.org/contribute/contribute.shtml