My sincerest condolences to the Chamney family. Harold was an amazing man and a true role model of a father and Grandpa. I will never forget his shenanigans at Sean and Roxy’s wedding. He always made our whole family feel especially welcome at the farm. He will be sadly missed by all.
Harold was a very special man who cared for my children like they were his grandchildren and they loved him
back just as much. Always generous with his love and time my family has learned so much from Harold. He will truly missed and will always hold a special place in our hearts
We were so saddened to hear of Harold’s passing and know how much he will be missed. When I think of Harold it brings a smile to my face remembering him being such a family man. He was such a positive person, happy, helpful and always kind to us and our girls. Geoff and I are thankful to have known him and to have had him in our lives.
Our sincere condolences to all of the Chamney family on the passing of Harold. We have wonderful memories of building our cabins at Buffalo Lake and the fun we had at the lake. Harold was a true friend who was always helpful, kind and we admired his intelligence. Our trip to Las Vegas with the Aubins comes to mind and all the fishing and parties we enjoyed together. Sonja and I had many discussions in our years of working together about raising our families and the latest endeavours by our husbands. Harold will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
I have so many fond memories of Harold most of them are from Buffalo Lake when Sean and I were kids. Both our families had cabins across the street from each other and I found myself spending a ton of time at the Chamney's cabin while they were building it. Harold taught us the value of hard work and time to play as well. Many hours playing in their basement cabin, to backfilling their foundation and throwing the occasional dirt clump. He always had time for us to fix a flat tire, or patch a cut from us whipping out on the dirt bikes. I will always remember the awesome smell of tobacco from Harold's pipe. He was a special man and will never forget him.