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Darrell Eugene Hardison

02/09/1938 - 09/23/2020

Darell Eugene Hardison was born February 9, 1938 and passed peacefully on September 23, 2020. He is survived by his wife Sandra, sons Kenneth, Steven, Randall, and daughter Andrea. He also leaves 23 grandchildren and 43 great grandchildren.

As a lifelong Arizona native, Darrell served 33 years as a phoenix fire fighter and Arsons investigator. He was known as a good natured practical joker and drove fire trucks like there was no tomorrow.

He also served in positions in his church as a Boy Scout leader, Stake clerk, Ward mission leader and High Priest group leader. He also served a mission for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints alongside his wife as Family History missionaries at the Mesa Genealogy library.

Known for his kind, caring demeanor, infectious smile, baby blue eyes, he told the best stories ever and there was nothing he couldn’t fix. He is loved and is missed by all.

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  • Andrea Landvatter

    I am so grateful you were my Dad! Til we meet again!

  • So sorry to Hear this my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  • Sending sympathy to the family. Bro Hardison was a neighbor, ward member and friend when we first came to Mesa. He was a wonderful person. Love to all. 💕 From the Heiner Family

  • Becky Hansen DeWitt

    I’m sorry for the passing of your dad. Your parents were always so nice to me. And funny!!!!

  • Penny Combs Willis

    To the Hardison family, I am so sad to hear of Brother Hardison’s passing . I have such fond memories of Brother and Sister Hardison . To Sister Hardison and family I send my deepest sympathy and condolences . Much love to you all, Penny

  • Ken so sorry to hear this about your dad he was a good guy he is in Heaven now looking over all of you all. RIP Mr Hardison 🙏

  • Kimberly Sue "Harris" Herterich

    Darrell you will be missed by many. 🥰You are an amazing man.😊 The love for your entire family is so dear. 💞 You loved your sweet bride with such tenderness.💘 I loved hearing my mom talk to you both on the phone when I’d conference call you with her from her care facility. You were so excited when she survived COVID-19. So many fun happy memories of the younger days when you and Sandy were friends with mom and Dad. You and Sandy have always had love to spare for my siblings& I and my mom, after dad left. You always showed us love and good times. Jokes, stories, laughter to chase away tears. My mom Dorothy treasures you both. Until we meet again. Love and prayers to you all. ❤

  • Every good thing that was already told about Darrell is true. He was a great neighbor excellent husband and friend. An exceptional father and the funniest man in the Fire Department. He will always be in my heart. He and Sandy are the dearest friends I’ve had. And your children were blessed with wonderful beautiful parents.

  • Lyle and Pat Bair

    It was a blessing to have known him and his family. Many good times together.

  • Prayers and condolences to your family, as Darrell now continues his journey.

  • Beverly Spurling

    Daryl will be very much missed. He was a great neighbor.

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