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Harold Jack Newbold

Harold Jack Newbold born May 28, 1927 in Magna, UT. Lived as an adult and died in West Valley City, UT, December 5, 2017. WWII Vet. Retired SL County Fire Captain. Married in the Salt Lake Temple over 70 years ago. Served LDS missions with his wife to Belize and to the Philippines. Survived by his wife, Luella; daughters, Jean and Barbara; 12 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren; as well as friends of all ages from everywhere he went. Now reunited with his daughter Peggy and more of his friends and family. Short funeral services, Friday December 8th, 11:00 am at Memorial Holladay Cottonwood Mortuary, 4670 S Highland Drive with a viewing one hour prior to services followed by interment at Holladay Memorial Park, 4900 S Memory Lane (1990 E). Condolences may be shared at www.memorialutah.com

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Tribute Wall for Harold Jack Newbold

  1. Sandra Moore says:

    We met in Belize over 30 years ago and your sweet spirit has always been the same everytime we meet. Elder Newbold may you RIP! Sr Newbold, my deepest sympathy to you and your family! I love you!

  2. Kathryn Jones says:

    Dear Luella and family,
    I would have liked to come to the funeral but was unable to do so.
    May the Lord bless you in this time of grief.
    When you have time send me an email – I would love to visit with you.
    Your cousin,
    Kathryn MacKay Jones

  3. Edwin Vandermeide says:

    So sorry to hear of my firefighter brother, Harold. I served with him for 6 years and really enjoyed working for him and with him. We all will miss him until we see him in the hereafter. He was a very kind and spiritual person. I really liked his joyous humor and fellow brotherhood in our faith. My heart goes out to Luella and family. I just wished I would have gotten to know him better after his retirement. Yours truly retired fellow firefighter Edwin Vandermeide.

  4. loisharmon says:

    Dear Luella,
    I went to see Bob & Velda and told them about Harold. Bob had so memories but they are in an assisted living center and can not leave. Know of our love and our thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Love Lois Harmon

  5. Bill & Karen Barton says:

    Our memories of Harold and Luella and their family go back many years to when we lived very close to them in West Valley. We are sorry to learn of Harold’s passing and our sympathy goes out to the family. He was a great guy.

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