VICTOR — Eudora Mae Harms, 91, passed away May 7, 2019, at Marcus Daly Hospice in Hamilton. A Celebration of Life was held for her at Victor Community Church in Victor on May 11, 2019, with family and many of her dear friends attending.
Eudora was born in Hamburg, Iowa, in 1928 and met her husband of 71 years, Bernard D. Harms, in grade school. Eudora and Bernard were married in 1948 and lived in Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arizona and retired to Montana where they built a lovely home in 1993.
They loved to travel and visited a large part of the U.S. in their years together.
Eudora was preceded in death by her father, Henry Westergaard; mother, Hazel Ferrel Westergaard; son, Steven Harms; granddaughter, Sara Harms; great-grandson, Luke Fisher; and brothers Christian and Edward Westergaard.
She is survived by husband, Bernard D. Harms; daughter, Rebecca Lucio; grandchildren, Daniel Pierce; Julie Pierce; Aimee Harms; Jennie Harms; nine great-grandchildren; and 1 ƒ great-great-grandchildren.
Eudora’s love of life brought joy and laughter to all who knew and loved her.