Harry Clark Munn

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Sunday, June 12, Harry Clark Munn of Hewitt passed away at the age of 76.

Visitation: 6 – 8 PM Thursday, June 16 at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Funeral Service: 2PM Friday, June 17 at Lake Shore Funeral Home. CLICK HERE To view the Live Stream of the service. Burial with Military Honors to follow at Waco Memorial Park. Pastor officiating the service will be Steve Adams.

Harry grew up in Colebrook, New Hampshire with many brothers and sisters. As a young man Harry joined the Army in 1965 where he was honorably discharged at Ft Hood, Texas. He stayed in the central Texas area after his service where he would plant roots for a lifetime. He spent all of his working years after the military driving tractor trailers across the country. Starting a family and spending time with family and friends was always a top priority. Harry had a love for car racing, the local VFW Post 6008, and enjoying life. If anyone knew Harry Munn, they knew he believed in working hard and playing hard. He was instrumental in helping his son start his motorcycle business and other ventures along the way. Harry spent his final years seeing friends and family and his favorite grandson, Clark.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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  1. Pamela Munn Probulis

    Uncle Harry you were so loved by all who know you and you gave so much to the people you loved. You made us always laugh and your laugh always made us smile. You will be dearly missed by all. RIP Uncle we love you. Love Pammy that is what you always called me. ❤️

  2. Chuck and Marie munn

    You will be missed for sure uncle may you rest in peace

  3. Christine Salisbury

    I was so moved watching the pictures of precious moments of the life Uncle Harry lived with so many family members and friends. In every one you see love and the smile. That smile, the grin that you know could often cause laughter to fill the roomin and given moment. I can only imagine the welcoming and ribbing Uncle Harry received. May the memories carry the family thru the days until we meet again.
    With love, Christine and Mark

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