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Jun 142013
 

Ethel Levina Harrison, 93, passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, in Snowflake. A viewing will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on Saturday June 15, at the Clay Springs LDS Chapel on Highway 260, followed by funeral services at 3 p.m. Burial will take place at the Clay Springs Cemetery following the conclusion of the funeral services.
She was born on March 22, 1920, to Robert Raymond Harrison and Nellie Amanda Rud.
Ethel grew up on a wheat farm in Hazlet, Saskatchewan, Canada. She later lived in Banff, Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Vancouver, British Colombia, Portland, Ore., and Snowflake.
Survivors include two sisters, Velma Blake of Seal Beach, Calif., and Eva Traw of Phelan, Calif.; and 19 nieces and nephews, Evelyn Brown (Len), Lloyd Bingham (Faye), Dennis Bingham, Beverly Monin, Stella Eileen Bilodeau, Addie R. Gainer, Delis C. Gainer, Wm. Hugh McCormick, Beatrice I. Parker (Bill), Wilmar R. McCormick (Wanda), Norman Thiede (Jan), Wayne Vleck (Shandra), Veron Velck (Carol), Lorne Peterson, Karen Sienkewich (Andy), Cheryl Lindner (Dan), Rodney Moyseyuk (Yvonne), Thomas E. Traw (Debbie) and Debra Ann Morose (Paul).
She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Raymond and Nellie Amanda Harrison; eight siblings, Vera Evelyn Bingham (Arthur), Dorothy Jane Gainer (Charlie) Florence Irene McCormick (Robert), Walter Raymond Harrison (Carrie), Nellie Mable Thiede (Robert), Elva May Vleck (Ed), William Earl Harrison (Isabel) and Erma Viola Moyseyuk (Bill); and two nephews, Floyd Bingham (Carol) and James Bingham (Doreen).
Silver Creek Mortuary of Taylor was in charge of the arrangements.Ethel  Levina Harrison Obit