Harold L. Train

December 7, 1926 ~ July 4, 2022 (age 95) 95 Years Old

Harold Train Obituary

Harold Leonard Train

December 7, 1926 – July 4, 2022

Harold was one of eight children born to Marion and Eva Train. Harold began his life in Trail, Oregon, until the sawmill his father and uncle owned burned down. After the fire, the family moved to Coquille, where Harold went to high school.

Harold met the love of his life, Jean Williams, at Coquille High School. After graduating, Harold was drafted. He returned six months later and, at the age of eighteen, he and Jean were married on October 20, 1945.  After the wedding, Harold returned to active duty for a year before he was finally able to return home.

Harold and Jean moved to Florence, Oregon, where Harold became an apprentice carpenter. After three years of marriage, Harold and Jean’s first child, Mike, was born. Three and a half years later, their second child, Kathy, came along.

The family moved to Reedsport in 1957 and Harold spend the rest of his working career with Long Bell and International Paper. Five years later, in 1962, Harold and Jean’s third and fourth children were born, twins Sharon and Karen.

The family spent time fishing, crabbing, and clam digging together. Harold was fond of taking his children camping and waterskiing at Loon Lake. Jean loved making candies and pies.

Harold is preceded in death by his parents, brothers: Lester, Raymond, Charlie, Bill and his wife, Jean.

He is survived by his brother, Ernie, sisters, Vi and Myrtle, children, Mike, Kathy, Sharon and Karen, Grandchildren Connie and Doug Train Waggoner, Ronald Train, Jonathan Harold and Heather Train, Kristen and Paul Crockett Kyllo Campbell, Michael and Patty Crockett,  David Crockett, Camdyn and Ashley Groeneveld, Emily and Hayden Howland, Danielle and Bert Bradley Stanley, and Tyler and Katie Bradley, and greatgrandchildren Wade, Wyatt, Wilson, Walker and Isebella, and Emma Waggoner, John and Caroline Train, Scott and Ron Train, Caleb Rodriguez Kyllo, Joshua Kyllo, Alexis and Sean Crockett, Kane and Tripp Howland Herrick, Cohen and Ashton Bradley, and Delcie Jean Stanley.

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