Boice Funeral Home


Harold Avis Western

November 20, 1932September 1, 2020

Harold Avis Western was born on November 20, 1932 in Halfway, Missouri and passed away on September 1, 2020 in Sanger, California and is under the care of Boice Funeral Home.

They were preceded in death by Robert Western (Son). They are survived by Steven Western (Son), James Western (Sandy) (Son), Harold Avis Western, II (Kelli) (Son), Michael Western (Son), Harold also leaves behind his 10 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren to cherish his memory..

You may leave a message for the family by clicking here.


  • Steven Western, Son
  • James Western (Sandy), Son
  • Harold Avis Western, II (Kelli), Son
  • Michael Western, Son
  • Robert Western, Son (deceased)
  • Harold also leaves behind his 10 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren to cherish his memory.

Learn more about the Western name


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Harold Avis Western

have a memory or condolence to add?

Mario Perez

September 16, 2020

Met Mr Western through his son Steve the few times that we got together were a blast he would tell stories that would have me laughing. Played golf in a father son tournament with Steve and my son Joe a few years back we really enjoyed that day I believe it was one of the last times he played. At Steve’s 60th birthday he took my wife Nancy out on the dance floor and showed her what is what like to dance with someone who knew what he was doing he could really dance. Our condolences to Steve and family

Susan Hatch

September 5, 2020

Steve, So sorry to hear! Your dad was a highly intelligent man with a sharp sense of humor and a huge loving heart.

He loved his family more than anything. He will be missed by more people than we can imagine.

Mega prayers go out to you and your entire family!

Linda Matthews

September 3, 2020

Harold could sure dance :)
I’m so sorry for your loss. My heartfelt condolences to the entire family….

Kelli Western

September 3, 2020

You truly will be missed by us all. I will cherious all the memories made over the years being part of the Western family. Will miss celebrating our birthdays together. You made them the best over the years.

Sheri Azevedo

September 2, 2020

Uncle Boo! Loved you but was always scared of you as a kid. Everytime I saw you I was greeted with a hard squeeze on the nose. You were firm with your boys. Made them the men that they are today. You should be proud of them. I'm sure you are. I love you Uncle. RIP. Now go be with Aunt Jackie. I loved her very much too!


Learn more about the Western name