Harmon Hartman Hammitt

Born: Mon., May 7, 1923
Died: Fri., Mar. 15, 2019


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Fri., Mar. 29, 2019
Location: Pikes Peak United Methodist Church


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Harmon Hammitt was born on May 7, 1923 in Grand Junction, Colorado Walter and Ida (VanDyke) Hammitt. He met his future wife, Edna, when his family moved to Woodland Park, Colorado in 1936.  

He joined the Navy on December 7, 1941 and did his basic training in Farragut, Idaho. In 1942 he was stationed at Pearl Harbor as a medic. After his discharge, he returned to Woodland Park and married Edna on May 2, 1946 and they were married 66 years until her passing.  In 1960, the family moved to Colorado Springs where he lived until 2016.

Harmon passed on March 15, 2019 at the Beaver County Nursing Home at the age of 95.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Edna; son, Lawrence Hammitt; granddaughter, Jacqueline Aragon and great granddaughter, Dominque Aragon.

He is survived by his two daughters, Sandra McClain and Penny Jones (Ron); sister, Grace Gilmore; daughter-in-law, Margie Hammitt; 7 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, 3 great-great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

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June and Bill Legg
   Posted Wed March 27, 2019
We are so sorry for your loss. Harmon was an amazing man, and we will miss him.
Our love and prayers are with you all. love, June and Bill

Charles Enlow
   Posted Thu April 25, 2019
I am sorry to have missed Harmon's funeral, but want his survivors to know that I am praying for the Lord's strength and comfort to be given to them. Harmon was my "adopted grandad" at the Beaver County Nursing Home. We had many good conversations about his family, his Navy service, and our mutual fondness for hunting and many of the same places in Colorado. Harmon was a brother in Christ, and I miss him greatly. So does his nursing home pal Bobby Taylor, another brother. We know that he suffered a lot from injuries and the effects of aging, and that he is in the presence of our Lord now. Hallelujah!


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