Harold Norman Ende

August 12, 1932March 26, 2021

Harold N Ende, age 88, passed away at his home on March 26, 2021.

He will be sadly missed by his wife of 69 years, Donna. His son, Rick and Bev Ende of Hamilton and daughter, Karen and Mike Orazem of Holland; grandchildren Jesse Timm, Val and Mike Capel, Jodi and Phill Granfors, Brian and Jamie Post, Amy and Phil Briones, Matt and Nicole Orazem; 17 great grandchildren; many extended family and friends.

Harold was preceded in death by his daughter Kathy Zematis in 2001, his grandsons, Ryan Ende in 2009, and Aaron Zematis in 2020.

He was a lifelong member of Hamilton Reformed church. Harold was a truck driver at Wolverine World Wide, loved traveling to Florida in the winters, golfing, and in his younger years he spent time racing.

Visitation will be held at Hamilton Reformed Church, 3554 Lincoln Rd., Hamilton on Tuesday, March 30 from 11:00am-12:45pm with the service following at 1:00pm in the sanctuary. Masks will be optional.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a memorial contribution in Harold’s memory to Hospice of Holland.

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, March 30, 2021

  • Memorial Celebration of Life

    Tuesday, March 30, 2021



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Darlene Breedlove

March 28, 2021

What an awesome Uncle you were. I remember your laugh. Your smile would just light up your face. You taught me how to water ski for the first time. When my family would go camping with your family, I remember watching you fish. I also recall seeing you with a toothpick in your mouth, more often than not. :) I love you Uncle Harold. You were such a good man and definitely one of a kind. You will be missed so much. R.I.P.

Jesse Timm

March 28, 2021

Grandpa was a GRAND-Father to me! I was lucky🍀 to of had such a role model in my life. Seeing you will be missed 😞😢! I’m glad you are at peace now and everyone is waiting for you in Heaven 🙏🏻 I know, Mom and Aaron are by your side as well.

Mike Brinks

March 27, 2021

Rick & Bev,
He was my hero growing up, He gave me a ride in old number 18 around air park speedway for my birthday when I was 6 years old.
Great driver, but a better person. You have our sympathy.
Mike & Sandy Brinks