nesty and fairness. He will be remembered and forever loved for his love and dedication to his wife, children, and grandchildren. He also had Harman Body Shop for many years. He made sure that each daughter had a car at age 16 after visiting local junk yards and putting a car together. He would say, "It may not look like much but it runs good." He belonged to the Association of Peace Officers and Chiefs of Police, the Lions Club, Elks Club, and was a life member of the American Legion. Services were Monday, February 15, 2010 (his 90th birthday) at 10:00 AM at DeJong's Funeral Home with Rev. John Tyler officiating. Burial followed with full Military Honors at Keokuk National Cemetery. He was also honored with a salute and ringing of the bell at the Keokuk Police station. Memorials may be made to Keokuk Police Department Angel Program or to St. Paul United Church of Christ.