Harold Mulder Obituary, Death – On January 12, 2023, Harold Mulder, who had resided in Waupun all of his life and had reached the age of 89 at the time of his dying, passed away. The funeral ceremony for Harold Mulder will take place on Monday, January 16, 2023, at 10:30 a.m., at the Bethel Christian Reformed Church in Waupun. The event’s officiant will be the Very Reverend Dr. Greg Schuringa, and he will preside over the gathering. The interment will take place in Alto Cemetery right after the funeral ceremonies are over for the deceased. Friends and family are invited to pay their respects to the family on Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun.
On Monday, they are also welcome to do so at the church beginning at 9:30 a.m. and continuing until the start of the funeral service. The day of his birth, April 4th, 1933, was spent in the city of Alto for Harold Navis Mulder. His parents, Albert and Jennie Navis Mulder, were his parents. The ceremony took place on June 29, 1956, at the Alto Christian Reformed Church in Alto, California. Gertrude De Jager was his bride. The ceremony went forward just as it was intended to. Before Harold started working for Westra Construction, he worked for a number of years at shoe manufacturers in Waupun and Beaver Dam. He also spent some time working at Waupun Ready Mix.
After that, Harold started working for Westra Construction, where he remained until his retirement. The most recent company that Harold worked for was Waupun Ready Mix. The upkeep of Harold’s enormous garden took a significant amount of his time and attention. Going to athletic events and watching his children and grandkids compete in a variety of sports provided him with a great deal of pleasure. He never missed an opportunity to cheer them on. Bethel Christian Reformed Church was one of the congregations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to which Harold belonged. Everyone in Harold’s community viewed him in the utmost esteem because of his unwavering commitment to the Christian religion.
They looked up to him as a man of honor and held him in the greatest regard conceivable. Gertrude Mulder, Harold’s wife of 66 and a half years, his five children, Linda (Don) Schultz, Dennis (Deb) Mulder, Lois Mulder, Laura (Tim) Wessels, and Mark (Dawn) Mulder, as well as 14 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, and Gertrude herself are among those who are heartbroken over his passing. Reed Schultz, his great-grandchild, along with his brothers Willis, Alvin, Junior, and Albertus Mulder, and his sisters Marion, Christena, Julia, and Catherine, all went away before he did. His great-grandchild was named Reed.