Quin Brent Harley, age 55, passed away suddenly, but peacefully on November 7, 2015. He was born on March 16, 1960 to Timothy Walter and Floy Annette Moody Harley in Salt Lake City, Utah. He married Deborah Jean Walker in the Salt Lake Temple. After 21 years of marriage they were divorced but remained good friends. Quin has three daughters who were and will continue to be the joy of his life, Elizabeth, Kimberlynn, and Katreina. He also has a granddaughter, April, who he absolutely adored. He was so proud of each one of them and diligently worked tohelp support and provide for his family. The week before his passing was spent with his children where he was able to spend time with each one of them and celebrate all their birthdays.
Quin was raised in Charleston, South Carolina and loved any opportunities that he had to go back and visit his childhood home. Quin was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He served a LDS mission to the Missouri Independence mission and cherished this experience all of his life. After his mission, Quin attended Steven Henegers College and later became a truck driver. He loved traveling the United States and seeing all the beautiful parts of this country. He was working for Fed Ex at the time of his passing.
Quin enjoyed watching and following sports and was especially good at remembering the statistics on all his favorite teams and players. He relished any conversations where he could discuss sporting events. He loved attending family gatherings and enjoyed all the time that he was able to participate in activities with his beloved children.
Quin had a strong testimony of his Heavenly Father and the Plan of Salvation. He had a simple view of life, which helped him face challenges with a strong faith in the Lord and his plan for him. Quin faced each day with optimism. He had a pure heart and desire to do what was right. There is no doubt about the joyous reunion that was had when Quin was able to see his Dad again.
Quin is survived by his children, Kimberlynn, Katriena, and Elizabeth Harley, and his granddaughter, April Harley. He also leaves behind his mother, Floy A. Harley and siblings, Timmie Lynn (Vaughn) Webster, Vicki (Todd) Franks, Jill (Joseph) Nilson, and Jared Harley. He was proceeded in death by his father, Timothy Walter Harley.
A memorial service will be held Friday, Nov. 13 at 11:00 in the Anderson & Sons Lone Peak Chapel in Highland, Utah. A viewing will be held Thursday evening from 6:30-8:00 and from 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to the services. Burial will take place in the Provo City Cemetery, Provo, Utah.
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