John "Jay" Hart V was born In Salt Lake City to John W Hart IV and Susan E Dyches on Nov. 14, 1983. He departed this earthly life too soon on Sunday, Aug. 8, 2021.
John received some of his elementary education at West Brook Elementary in Utah and completed the remainder at Oro Grande Elementary and Thunderbolt Middle School in Arizona. He went on to graduate from Lake Havasu High School a year early ahead of his class in 2001. While attending high school, he attended Mojave Community College where he became the most talented welder and fabricator one has seen. He used those talents to operate and manage Turbo Resource to its fullest potential alongside with the owners whom are family friends.
His interest include family, racing, riding his Harley, shooting, golfing, camping, dirt bikes, bowling, music, and fun times on the lake. He was a hard worker but he loved to play even harder! He was a phenomenal fabricator and machinist, welder, mechanic, and racer...he just excelled at everything he poured his heart into. He loved to crack a joke, have a good laugh and was always smiling. He was the most genuine being you would ever meet! He was always there to lend a helping hand to someone in need and never expected anything in return. He was the most genuine friend anyone could imagine to have!
John leaves to cherish his memories his parents, a sister Stacey Sue Harvie, his brother-in-law Tim Harvie, a nephew Jaxon Harvie and a niece Brittany Harvie, along with so many dear friends and extended family!
There will be a celebration of life in his honor Oct. 2 at Windsor Beach at 3 p.m.
Published by Today's News Herald from Sep. 30 to Oct. 1, 2021.