Harry H. Middelkamp, Jr., 83, was born on April 19, 1921, in Denver, Colorado and died on May 2, 2004, in Pueblo, Colorado. Preceded in death by his parents, Harry Sr. and Florence (Conn) Middelkamp; wife, Madge (Crews) Middelkamp; and his son, Harry H. Middelkamp, III. Survived by his wife, Ann (Hurd) Middelkamp; son, Floyd Crews (Carolyn) Middelkamp of Phoenix, Ariz.; daughter, Debbie (Mike) Porter of Denver; brother, Allyn (Diane) Middelkamp of Pueblo; stepchildren, Grant (Ellyn) Koury of Beulah, Shawn Antonioni of Pueblo and Michelle (Dave) Adcox of Sterling, Colo.; grandchildren, Mike (Ginger) Middelkamp and Rod Middelkamp all of Calif., Kristi, Doug, Cindy and Gary Middelkamp all of Ariz., Steve (Jill) Brock, Brian Brock, Jamie Porter, Justin Jones, Jackie Rudder, Alexandra Antonioni, Nathan and Kyla Koury and Stacy Looker; many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. In WWII, Harry was in the U.S. Army and wounded in basic training which separated him from his unit. He went on to teach Army courses in military law, payroll and accounting at the Central Pacific Base Command Administration School in Honolulu. Harry was appointed Secretary to General Staff Office at Ft. Schafter, Honolulu and was appointed as an aid to General Robert Richardson. He was a previous Pueblo County Assessor, had his own accounting practice, real estate, part of Middelkamp Insurance and an officer in the Colorado Life Underwriters Association. Harry worked in New York for the Metropolitan Life Insurance & Washington National. He was a previous member of Pueblo Country Club, Million Dollar Club in Insurance, former Board member of Colorado Boys' Ranch of La Junta, former Boy Scout Assistant Leader and prior member of many other organizations. His education included Central High and St. Patrick's Schools, Southern Colorado State College, University of Colorado and University of Hawaii. Harry's main loves were his St. Jude Chapel, his Beulah yard, and his two German Shepard dogs that passed away within the last two years. Harry will lie in state at Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., in Pueblo, Wednesday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, May 6, 2004, at Praise Assembly of God, 2000 Troy, with Pastor Bobby J. Wilson officiating. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Those who desire may make a memorial to Harry's favorite charity, the Colorado Boy's Ranch, through the funeral home. The family may be contacted at 4745 Eagleridge Cir. in Pueblo. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dear Ann:
    Condolences to you and your family. Harry was always so jovial and had a “story” for just about any occasion. I enjoyed spending time with you in Beulah.

    Sincerely, Barbara Montera

  2. Our deepesty sympathy to Ann and family.

    We are so very saddened at the loss of our friend and “Best Man” at our wedding. He will always live in our hearts. We shared many wonderful days at Casa De Paz with Harry and Ann and what fun we had dining at the Country Club. One could never bored around Harry. He loved people and entertaining. When I told Harry how much I admired Ann and all her accomplishments, he said, “everyday, she never ceases to amaze me.” Ann, may you find comfort in knowing how much he loved you. We are so sorry we cannot be there for the services, but we will pay our respects privately at a later date. Our “Best Man” is now with God. We will miss him

    Don and Marilou Stansbery

  3. Dear Ann: I will never forget the visit to your home in Beulah with my family. You and your sweet husband advertised in our Wedding Guide and we delivered the magazines to you. It was a wonderful afternoon. I am sorry for your loss.
    Sincerely, Cheryl (formerly Schuchman) Bowman

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