Harry Richard Cleaveland Sr
Born: 6/28/1923, Collbran, Colorado
Harry Richard Cleaveland Sr. went home to be with his Lord September 10th, 2013, at the VA Medical Center, Grand Junction, CO.
Harry was born on June 28, 1923 at Colbran, Colorado to Joseph Grover and Mattie Rello Sloniker Cleaveland. The family moved to Fisher Valley, Grand County, Utah about 1934 and they lived there until about August of 1938, when they moved down to Moab. He was married to June Sly on June 27, 1947 in Moab until their divorce in 1989.
Harry was a World War II veteran. He was in the Army and served in the European theater.
He loved hunting, fishing and rocking hounding and was a member of the Points and Pebbles Rock club for many, many years. He was a hard worker and worked many jobs during his life.
He was preceded in death by brothers: Freethias, Oscar, Joseph (Jr.), Thomas, and William; Sisters: Guyda, Rosetta and Sarah; son David and daughter Rhea; grandson, Troy and granddaughter Cassandra.
Death: 9/10/2013, Grand Junction, Colorado
Service: 09/21/2013, 1:00 pm, Grand Valley Cemetery
Harry chose to be cremated with his ashes to be spread during a private family time. A memorial will be held at the Cleaveland family plot at the Grand Valley Cemetery on September 21st at 1 pm. A reception will be held at the Moab Baptist Church, 356 Kane Creek Blvd, Moab, for those wishing to visit with the family, following the memorial service.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Points and Pebbles Rock Club, PO Box 1459, Moab UT 84532.
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Service: 07/11/2020, 10:00 am
Spanish Trail Arena Pavilion
Service: 07/11/2020, 11:00 am
Moab LDS 400 North Chapel
Service: 07/06/2020, 11:00 am
Spanish Valley Mortuary
Service: 06/21/2020, 2:00pm
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