GARVIS LEE HARDIN (1942 - 2014)

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  • "Judy, We are all going to miss Lee very much. I hope..."
    - Vicki & Fred Glensky
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Garvis Lee Hardin born December 19, 1942 went to his heavenly home on March 23, 2014 at United General Hospital.

He was raised and attended Sedro-Woolley Schools and graduated high school in 1962. Right after graduation he went into the US Army and did a tour in Germany. When returning to the states he was stationed at Fort Mead, Maryland. There is where he met and married the love of his life Judy (Sellner) Hardin. Once out of the service they returned to the Skagit Valley and they made their home in Sedro-Woolley.

Garvis worked in the woods, then at Skagit Corp until it closed, then sawmills in the area. He returned to the Skagit buildings and remodeled them for Sealand Company until he retired in 2008.

Garvis enjoyed the outdoors and most of all fishing in the Skagit River. He was a member of the Wild Cat Steelhead Club.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents Ed and Fannie Cabe, parents Jim and Carol Hardin, brother James Hardin and father-in-law Henry M. Sellner and mother-in-law Elta A. Sellner, brother-in-law Raymond J. Totten.

He is survived by his wife of 49 years Judy Hardin, brother Bob Hardin and wife Nancy, sisters Janice Totten, Cherie Hardin, JoAnn and husband Harry Linthcuim, Maryellen and husband Bill Love and Vicki and husband Fred Glenisky. Along with many loved nieces, nephews and many good friends.

A celebration of Garvis's life will be held at Riverfront Park in Sedro-Woolley on May 17th at 12noon. Please come join us in remembering him. It will be a potluck.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to a .
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