Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hands are still, the one who always worked so hard is resting in God’s will. On Friday June 9, 2017 Francis Henry (Harry) Wood died peacefully at Pembina Manitou Health Centre, eight days short of his 102nd birthday. He is survived by his children: Muriel (John) Blair, Fern (Bob) Brick and Dennis (Andrea) Wood and Grandchildren: Gordon Blair, Kathy McLeod, Nancy (Darren) Nowakowski, Michelle (Robin) Wallace, Darren (Rhonda) Brick and eight Great-grandchildren. Harry was born on June 17, 1915 and raised on the family farm south of Darlingford. Due to an injury to Harry’s father, Harry and his older brother, Jim took over operation of the farm at an early age and continued this partnership until they retired. Harry was active in Zion, Zion-Calvin and St. Paul’s United Churches throughout his life. Harry met Theresa (Tres) Gall at a pie social in 1939 and on December 6, 1941, they were married. Harry and Tres enjoyed an active social life. In his younger days, Harry enjoyed baseball and curling. They liked visiting with friends including playing card games and jam sessions with Harry playing fiddle, harmonica or drums. Harry always had a joke or a pun to liven up any occasion. They spent their lives running the farm, raising their children and enjoying life in the community. After retirement, Harry and Tres lived on the farm for a while then moved to a house in Morden. After some years on 13th Street, they moved to Elk’s Park Place apartments. During their retirement years they enjoyed gardening, travelling and visiting family. As the years passed Tres’s health declined and Harry became her caregiver until her move to Tabor Home. After nearly 65 years of marriage Tres passed in 2006. Harry remained at Elk’s until his move to Manitou in 2015. Memorial service at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, June 19, 2017 at Darlingford’s Zion-Calvin United Church with a reception at the Darlingford Hall. The family would like to thank all the staff at Pembina Manitou Health Centre for the excellent care given to Harry in his final years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Harry’s memory to Pembina Manitou Health Centre, 232 Carrie Street, Manitou or to the charity of your choice.