Harry "Harry O" Dykstra, 68, of Churubusco, passed away on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, at Parkview Regional Medical Center.\n\nHe was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on April 11, 1954, to Ralph and Dorothy (VanderLinde) Dykstra. He spent his formative years in Kentwood and graduated from East Kentwood High School.\n\nFor many years he was the contractor for the Glenbrook Mall and was a part of many of the growths. Harry engaged in General Maintenace on his own for most of his life. He specialized over the last several years in Sewer Jetting.\n\nHarry was a great friend to many people no matter their age. He had a heart of gold and would give freely to anyone in need. Even as a kid if he had two shirts, he would give one away. During the pandemic, his heart for small businesses, especially the restaurants in our community, benefited from his generosity and care by forming the "Busco Stimulus Package." He raised money to buy gift cards to give out to people to encourage them to support those businesses during that time. \n\nHe was an avid hunter and was passionate about helping disabled people hunt. He would take them and set them up to hunt. Harry also would train young kids on proper hunting techniques and safety.\n\nHarry is survived by his mother, Dorothy Dykstra; his brothers, Jerry (Kris) Dykstra, Richard (Paula) Dykstra, and Stan Dykstra; eight nieces and nephews, Kerri, Brad, Kim, Sarah, Adam, Brian, Rob, and Michelle.\n\nHe was preceded in death by his father, Ralph Dykstra.\n\nA Funeral Service will be held at Sheets & Childs Funeral Home, Churubusco Chapel, on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at 4:00 p.m., with calling beginning at 2:00 p.m.\n\nBurial will take place at a later date.\n\nMemorials may be directed to Turnstone.\n\nSheets & Childs Funeral Home had been entrusted with these arrangements.