Harold Denomme of Fountain Hills, AZ passed away on March 14,2023 at the age of 89. He was born on January 7,1934 to Napoleon and Marguerite Denomme in Detroit, Michigan.
Graduated from St. Rita High School in Detroit, MI in 1952. He started his Engineering career at Briggs Manufacturing as an apprentice before getting a job at General Motors, Fisher Body Division. He enjoyed a long career at Chrysler as a Die Designer, Manufacturing Controls Engineer and Supervisor. He retired 1989 after 37 years. He also obtained 3 Associate Degrees (Electrical Technology, Hydraulic Technology and Sheet Metal Forming (for automotive body panels) from Macomb County Community College in Warren, Michigan. He served in the Michigan National Guard, 1952 to 1963 as a Master Sargent E7. He was actively involved in The Knights of Columbus, The American Legion Post 58, The Fountain Hills Museum, The Republican Club (as Treasurer), Chamber of Commerce and the Law Enforcement Advisory Panel.
Loved father and father-in-law of Glenn and Kathy Denomme, Nancy and Mark Limback, John and Joanne Denomme. Grandfather to Erin Kish (Sean Fitzgerel), Matthew Limback (Julia), Michael Denomme (Megan) and Nicolas Limback (Ashley). Great Grandfather to Madeleine, Oliver, Nora, Gwendolyn, Lyla, Charlotte. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded in death by his wife, our loving mother, Madeline (Rau). Also, from his second marriage, Arlie Berry.
Dad enjoyed spending time at his cottage on Denomme Beach with family and enjoying the lake. He could also be found at the American Legion Post 58 playing Euchre and running Bingo.
The family would like to thank our cousins, Jim, Dawn, Robbie and Greg Trudeau for the care and compassion they showed our Dad.
Harold’s Memorial Mass will be held at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 73334 Bluewater Highway (Highway 21), Zurich (St. Joseph) on Thursday, June 22nd at 11 AM with visitation beginning at 10 AM. Cremation has taken place and interment will follow at St. Peter’s Catholic Cemetery. Following the interment, the family invites you to stay with them for a time of fellowship and refreshment in the Parish Hall.
Donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.