|2/6/2013 11:17:00 AM|
Terry Harrington, 55, of Windom died Jan. 29, 2013, at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls.
Services were Friday at LaCanne Family Funeral Home in Windom with Father Russell Scepaniak officiating.
Special music was provided by Carol Vought, organist.
Casket bearers were Justin Harrington, Taylor Harrington, Jonathan Pitzl, Mike Knudson, David Riley, Daniel Riley and Derek Riley.
Burial with full military honors provided by Windom American Legion Post 206 was at Memory Gardens Cemetery in rural Windom.
LaCanne Family Funeral Service of Windom handled the funeral arrangements.
Terry Neil Harrington was born Jan. 29, 1958, to Ronald Mervin and Carolyn Faye (Sneer) Harrington in Mt. Lake. He was baptized in 1958 and at age 12 became a member of the Phil and Elizabeth Enstad family, who raised him through his high school years.
Terry graduated from Walnut Grove High School before enlisting in the Army National Guard for several years.
In 1982, Terry married Cindy Pitzl at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Wabasso.
Terry will be remembered as a dedicated family provider with a variety of skills and talents.
While working at The Toro Company in Windom, Terry suddenly became ill and was taken to Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls where he passed away the following morning.
He was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Windom.
He enjoyed spending time with his family and weekends at the lake. He took pride in his home, yard and vehicles.
Survivors include his wife of 30 years, Cindy Harrington of Windom; two sons, Nathan (Shannon) Harrington of Andover and Scott Harrington of Maple Grove; two grandchildren; his parents, Phil and Elizabeth Enstad of Houston, Texas; siblings: twin brother Todd (Michelle) Harrington of Walnut Grove; Julie Erickson of Dawson; Ronald Harrington of Denver, Colo.; Christopher (Missy) Enstad of Houston, Texas; Cassie Enstad of Memphis, Tenn.; and Amanda (Jud) Rinehart of Fairbanks, Alaska; grandmother, Edith Harrington of Webster; and mother- and father-in-law, Larry Sr. (Fran) Pitzl of Wabasso.