John Haren
John Haren
John Haren

Obituary of John Raymond Haren

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John Raymond Haren, 65, of Taylorsville, Utah, passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on March 4, 2022. John was born the fifth of five boys in Canton, Ohio. He and his family later moved to San Jose, California where he enjoyed driving his 1974 baby blue Toyota Land Cruiser. He eventually settled in Utah with his two children. In his earlier years he enjoyed playing baseball and hitting home runs out of the park. He spent his time golfing with his buddies, watching sports, cooking great food, listening to The Eagles, and spending time with his family. He was an amazing father and Poppy to his grandkids. Anyone who met him, loved him. John was preceded in death by: his mother Irene, and brothers Bernie and Steve. He leaves behind his brothers, Bill and Tom, his children Hailey (Dallin) and Spencer (Tonya), step-daughter Tessa, along with his five grandchildren; Ryan, Elias, Solomon, Blake, and Jeriah. John will be missed by many other friends and family. A private gathering to celebrate his life was held in place of a funeral. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to his favorite charity, The Wounded Warrior Project.
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