Harlan Floyd Oosterhouse, age 93, of Wyoming, lived life to the fullest. He was a Christian man who started a family. Harlan started a few small businesses, and invented and patented a small camper that cranked up and down. He finished his career as a building inspector. Harlan built two homes and lived in both over the years. He earned his pilot’s license, and he enjoyed boating, friends, and being outdoors. Harlan proudly served his country in the Army during the Korean war. He was preceded in death by his brother, Jack Oosterhouse; sisters, Donna VanLaan and Betty Winkle. Harlan is survived by his children, Kathleen Nagelkerk and James Oosterhouse; and four grandchildren; his sister, Louis Hollemans and brother, Herm Oosterhouse.
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