Harry Glenn Remick Jr.

West Valley City, Utah- Harry Remick passed away at home in his sleep on February 10, 2016. He was 69 years old. Harry was born May 26, 1946 in Danville, Pennsylvania to Harry Glenn and Mable Swank Remick. Harry attended Danville High School and later served in the U.S. Navy for 4 years. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing regularly. His favorite pastime was playing cards with family and friends. Harry moved to Utah where he met Evelyn Brown and they were married in Elko, Nevada in 1979. He pursued his career at Tooele Army Depot for more than 20 years and later retired. Harry is survived by his children, Clint (Jackie) Remick, Jason (Mattie) Remick, Monty (Alysha) Remick, and step-daughter Sunshine Cordova. His siblings, Joan Purcell, Donna Boyer, Millie and Andy Thomas, Doris Young, Jerry and Maryanne Remick, and George and Ellen Remick. And an Aunt Louise Swank Barnhart of Danville. His legacy also includes 17 grandchildren and 3 great-grandkids. He is preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-laws, Russel Boyer, Donald Purcell, and Donald Young, and 2 nephews, Monty Earl Thomas and Janaka Carl. Harry had a great sense of humor and was a kind, loving man who made numerous dear friends throughout his lifetime. He is loved and shall be missed by many, including his best puppy dog pal Kaluah. To honor his request there will be no services as he is returning home to his loved ones in Pennsylvania.


Kimberly Ekker said...

Harry is such and amazing man with the BIGGEST heart ever. He was such a great friend to my Dad (Arron) a papa to my kids,myself and my sister. We will forever cherish the memory's and our crazy road trips to Colorado. Thank you for coming into our lives. We love you soon much Harry Balls you will be greatly missed. XOXO

Julie Carter said...

Harry was a Great neighbor to me and my husband Rick. He would come over often in the summertime and sit and talk for a while. When he made his trips to the grocery store, he would pull out of the circle and honk or wait for us to notice him and wave. Thanks for being our friend, Harry. I hope you had a good journey home. We will miss you!! Love, Rick and Julie Carter, West Valley City, UT