Harry Hartley

Harry Hartley

Friday, February 3rd, 1939 - Saturday, November 7th, 2020
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Harry Hartley
February 3, 1939 - November 7, 2020

Harry Hartley was born Lancashire, England on February 3,1939. Sadly, he passed away Saturday, November 7, 2020.

Harry is survived by his wife, June; two daughters, Loraine Dziadek and Karen Hartley; and an extended loving family here and overseas in England. Harry was a member of the R.A.F. In England and was stationed in Germany. Harry and June were married in 1962 and eventually immigrated to Canada in 1967 with two small children, Loraine (1964) and Karen (1966) where our great adventure began.

He commenced work with Inco and attended night school to obtain his Accounting designation RIA and subsequently accepted a position with the University of Calgary where he worked for 25 years. Retirement was an amazing adventure which Harry and June embraced fully. Throughout his life, Harry was always an active and a willing participant. He embraced running, soccer, became a referee, fitness and aerobic classes. A dance enthusiast with Calgary Scottish Country Dancers, Square Dancing, Ball Room, and Clogging. He loved golfing with friends and family and at the McCall Lake Men’s League along with Marshalling. Harry was kind, generous, helpful, funny, the life of the party.

He was our rock, our provider, our steady hand. He guided our family through the ups and downs of life and we our eminently grateful for his love, support, and steadfast commitment.

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Marlene Friesen

Posted at 03:17pm
My sympathy to you June and all your family in the sudden loss of Harry.
Harry was an active member in the Bees Knees Wellness group at the Sierras of Tuscany and always added a sense of fun to the group. We will miss him.

Tammy Cherwinsky

Posted at 08:03pm
Harry was a wonderful kind funny guy who lite up clogging class. It was an honor to know him. He was the first to notice that I was dancing a little gentler and knew I was pregnant. I will never forget him. I’m sorry for your loss.

Phyllis Thornton

Posted at 05:29pm
My condolences to the family. I knew Harry through clogging. His smile and enthusiasm brought light to our group on Wednesday evenings. He will be greatly missed.

Peter Pipchuk

Posted at 11:45am
My condolences to the Hartley family.
Harry was a true English gentleman, very kind and caring to the people around him. I enjoyed working with him
for many years on the McCall Lake Senior Men's league, and golfing with him, he will be truly missed.
Peter Pipchuk

Judi Gunter

Posted at 03:01pm
Harry came into my life in May 2017 when he was walking his old dog Buddy in front of Sierras while I and my girl friend were snooping around the property, looking for a way in. We approached Harry about it and rather than laugh in our faces and tell us to get lost, he took Buddy back upstairs and asked June to put the kettle on. Harry took us on a little tour of the condo complex and after, took us to his place for tea. In less than a month I successfully made an offer on a suite in the A building thanks to Harry's friendliness. Harry became my neighbour and my friend and I am I am so grateful he 'welcomed the stranger.'

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