Daniel Lamar Harmon born January 3, 1947 in Pomerene (Benson) AZ. He was the seventh child of Hubert & Eva Harmon. He passed away January 9, 2011 in Mesa, AZ. He was survived by his wife Toni Elaine (Crowe) Harmon, two daughters Elaine Cannon and Kristi Veralrud, and five sons Daniel Lamar, Robert Wayne, James Darryl, Jeffrey Wade and Isaac Ray. He is survived by fourteen Grandchildren. He was survived by six sisters Nell Lewis, Doris Farnsworth, Marilynn Pixler, Nancy Taylor, Susan Pope and Jeanene McDowell. He had three surviving brothers Clarence, Charles and Alan Harmon.
He became a Locksmith when he was 11 yrs old when his Dad bought a Key Shop in Mesa in 1958. Later becoming Harmon’s Safe Lock & Key. He served a LDS Mission from 1966 to 1968 in Western States Mission, encompassing parts of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and South Dakota. He also served in the Army for two years from 1968 to 1970 in the Green Beret.
Dan and Toni were married in the Mesa AZ LDS Temple February 6, 1971.
He was currently working for JMAC Heating & Cooling owned by his Brother-in-Law John McDowell for many years. He installed Air Conditioning Units.
Besides his LDS Church Mission he worked many years in different Scouting Positions, Primary Teacher, Young Men’s Presidency, Sunday School Teacher, Sunday School President twice, he currently was just released from serving in the Bishopric for two different Bishops, two weeks ago he was sustained as a High Counselor.
He loved to read, camp, and hunt and spend time with family and Grandchildren. He will be missed by family and friends.