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Harley M. Hieb

Posted 2020-05-21 by mhenderson
Published in Today's News Herald on May 20, 2020 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Lake Havasu City resident Harley M Hieb, passed away on Thursday, May
8, 2020, at the Polidori Hospice House.

Harley was born on March 18, 1953 in San Francisco to Darrell and
Dottie Hieb. He attended Concord High School in Concord, California,
graduating in 1971, and playing varsity baseball and varsity
basketball. Harley served in the United States Coast Guard from 1972
to 1978, attending the Culinary Arts school at CG Tracen, Alameda,
California and performed his duty as officers' cook on the USCG
Resolute. He received the National Defense Service Medal.

Harley worked many years for Chevron and obtained the Hazardous
Materials Endorsement to service airports and stations with fuel. He
was awarded "driver of the year" for five consecutive years. His
favorite car was his Corvette. Harley was an avid San Francisco
Giants, 49ers and Warriors fan. Harley also loved his cats. At any
given time, he would have at least five cats. His other interests were
documentaries on the history of the world's wars.

Harley is survived by sisters, Marlene Foster, Janis Whitby, Kimberly
Jacobs, Karen Hamed and Karol Scott; brother, Kenneth Hieb; daughters,
Valerie Bleazard, Leslie Karroll, and Jennifer Carver; sons, Gregory
Hieb and Michael Hieb; eleven grandchildren; and nephews, David
Richmond and his two daughters, Nicholas Romano and his two sons, and
Levi Ledbetter and son. He is preceded in death by his mother, Dorothy
Johansen; and father, Darrell Hieb.

At his request, no service will be held. Donations may be sent to
Polidori Hospice House.

Thoughts and condolences may be sent to Harley's family at Arrangements were placed in the care of Mohave
Memorial Lake Havasu Mortuary.

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