Mary Jean Harman

October 30, 1940 ~ February 7, 2021

Service:

Feb. 13, 2021
1:00 PM
Torrey City Cemetery

Mary Jean Harman, passed away surrounded by family on Sunday, February 7, 2021. She was born in Torrey, Utah to Thelma and Dwendon Lee, and was proud of her Torrey heritage. She graduated from Wayne High and Steven-Henager Business College. She was a secretary for Granite School District and retired after 22 years of dedicated service. She loved spending time in her beloved Torrey, and truly believed it was “God’s Country”.

She married Larry Harman in 1961, they have two children: Natalie and Mike. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and aunt. She and her sister, Coral, would spend countless hours making clothes, holiday decorations, and treats to make every holiday, birthday or special life event truly memorable.

She is survived by her husband Larry, children: Natalie (Bill) Cullen and Mike. Grandchildren: Patrick (Rachel), Christopher, Erin (Dan), and Megan (Kyle), and great-grand-children: Witten and Maci. She is also survived by her sister Coral (Jim) Coffey, and special niblings: Chris (Randy) Schafer & Brad Coffey (Robert Thompson), and her lifelong friend, Ardeen Chappell. She was proceeded in death by her parents: Dwendon Lee and Thelma (Mavor) Gatehouse, Brothers: Dwendon Mack Lee (Ann) and Larry B. Lee, as well as a special niece Cheri L. Coffey.
The family would like to express our deep appreciation to Jonathan from Aspire Hospice, and the entire staff at Alpine Meadow Rehab and Nursing who provided outstanding care during her final days.

Due to COVID 19 concerns for friends and family, a graveside service will be held at the Torrey City Cemetery on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Utah Humane Society or the Color Country Animal Welfare in Torrey, Utah are encouraged.



Guestbook/Condolences

Dean Harman and Coffey Family's we are so sorry and wish we would have been there on Feb 13 , The Allreds and Burketts / send your deepest sympathys. The fun summers in Torrey will always be with all of us . Never forget her funny jokes and laugh's / Mary Jean was so much fun to be around . Love you lot Joy Allred (Lynn Allred )

- Diane Burkett
Sorry to hear the sad news of Mary Jean’s passing. Mary Jean was one of the most gentle people I’ve ever known, so sad

- Eddie And Teresa Brinkerhoff
Dear Larry, Natalie and Mike, so sorry to hear about the passing of MaryJean. She is one of the kindest, sweetest people I have ever known. I have thought of her often throughout my life. Her spirit of compassion and generosity has always given me strength. She was a great example to me as I was growing up.

- BobbieLee Kosuge