Jan and family, my deepest sympathy. Oh the times together we had . Words just escape me. But the many stories flood my mind. Julie and Wayne Wilson
The family will greet friends from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at the funeral home.
Arthur H. Howard, son of Frank L. and Ruby E. (Hall) Howard, was born February 14,1936 in Lakebelt Township, Martin County, MN. He attended school in Trimont, MN, Rural Emmet County and the Police Academy.
On January 9, 1955, Art was united in marriage to Janet Clinton at Sherburn, MN. The couple made their home in various locations before residing in Emmetsburg the last 40 years. Art was employed as an auto mechanic, then went to law enforcement and emergency management to which he retired from. He ws an avid golfer, bowler, hunter and fisherman. He also enjoyed working at Hardware Hank during retirement. Most of all, he enjoyed traveling and spending time with family.
Art passed away Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the Lakeside Lutheran Home in Emmetsburg. He was 83.
Left to cherish Art's memory is his wife, Janet of Emmetsburg; his children: Debra Mitchell of Emmetsburg, son Clinton Howard and wife, Marcia of Estherville and Lisa Pomerenke and her husband, Jay of Emmetsburg; eight grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren and eight great-great grandchildren.
Art was preceded in death by his parents; five siblings; two daughters and two grandchildren.
Art, heaven gained a great man.You were a great friend to me and a great leader while we worked together on the PD . I’ve thought of you often and always remember you with a smile. Open the bottle of Cutty and have a drink. I’ll always remember you and the influence you’ve had in my life.
10-42 Henry, may God be watching over you and your family, love ya man, 800 signing off till we meet again
Art and I worked together in Emmetsburg in the mid-1980s. He was a great cop and an even better man. I am certain the community will miss him dearly!
He was a very wonderful man who will be missed by all. Wish circumstances would not have prevented us from seeing him more. Prayers to all of you
Art was a great guy. Great memories of drinking coffee and telling stories almost every morning at the Sheriff's office! God's recieved a good man!
Todd & Kay Suhr
Met your Dad first while working at the Police Station; always a nice guy. You have my deepest sympathy. Darlene Hankey
Art was a policeman same time as my father in law...good guys...I'm sure I drank a few beers with him while working with ur mom at SNC. Sympathy to all the family..
Janet and family,
Sorry to read of Art’s passing! I lost track of the number of times he came to some place in E’burg and unlocked my car after I had left keys in it!! He was always so pleasant, and after a few times , he would pull up and get out of his car laughing. Under his breath, he was certainly thinking not so nice thoughts, I am sure!! Always appreciated what he did for me!M