HARRY CECIL DAVEY

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HARRY CECIL DAVEY Harry Cecil Davey was born on December 19, 1947 in Molson, WA to Harry and Winnie Davey. After graduating from Tonasket Highschool he joined the United States Army where he later became a decorated Vietnam veteran. After three years of service Harry moved to Othello, WA where he married his first wife, Patty, and had four children. He was a proud and doting father and grandfather. He first worked for Pete Taggeres as a farm manager and soon began, what would become, a long and accomplished career as an agriculture consultant. Harry's love of people led him to become a little league coach where he enjoyed teaching values and work ethic and also, a restauranteur where he could visit with the local community. He was an energetic and loud personality with an infectious laugh. He loved the outdoors, especially family camping trips to Bonaparte Lake and packing into the Blue Mountains to hunt with friend Jim. On December 29, 2001 Harry married his soulmate, Kathy, and gained two more daughters. In his retirement Harry was a member of the Othello Senior Center where he enjoyed cooking and baking for events and the Othello Christian Church. Harry was an avid baker who was eager to share his creations with everyone. Harry is survived by his wife Kathy, children Kelley Landro, Nikki (Lee) Thorpe, Chris (Danielle) Davey, Kelly (Sammi) Davey, Toni Davey, ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceeded in death by his parents, Harry and Winnie, and his siblings Jodi and Linda. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Othello Senior Center on Thursday, July 28th from 4-7 pm. The family welcomes all who would like to visit and share memories of Harry.
Published in Tri-City Herald on July 26, 2016
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