Obituary for \r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t Harry Terrance Malone\n\n\r\n\t\t\t\tHARRY TERRANCE MALONE\n\nHarry Terrance Malone, 83, went home to His Heavenly Father on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018, in Springville, Utah, after having fought a courageous and difficult battle with cancer and heart disease.\n\nHe was born in Liberal, Seward, Kansas, on March 23, 1935, to Frederick Murphy Malone, and Marjorie Blanche Swan. He was the sixth of seven children and has been reunited with his entire family. \n\nHe was married to his high school sweetheart, Ida Ruth Upchurch, having just celebrated their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary in January. To their union they added a daughter, Verlinda Kay Malone (Richard Jardine), and a son Michael Murphy Malone (Debbie Proctor). They are the proud grandparents of eight grandchildren: Jerianne Jardine (Kelly Conroy), Janae Jardine (James Jackman),Jonathan Jardine (Jaimie Ralphs),\nJacquelyn Jardine (Ryan Williams), Aubrey Malone (Todd Sherratt),Candace Malone (James Gropp), Brianne Malone, and Jason Malone. They have twenty-one amazing great grandchildren adding to their hearts and lives.\n\nTerry resided in Liberal, Kansas, for the first half of his life. He farmed, worked cattle, and finally worked his way up in Panhandle Eastern Pipeline Company to the position of Engineer. His work was very important to him and he received great satisfaction in his loyalty to the company and his friends. He was transferred to Kansas City where he worked the second half of his thirty-two year career.\n\nHe was a practicing Mason and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1985. He was devoted to his Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. He fulfilled many assignments in his service from the bishopric, to visitor center missions to a sealer in the temple. His greatest joy and privilege was serving in the temple. He was a sealer in the St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri temples, putting to use his years of family history research.\n\nHe was a larger than life man and filled his role as a son, husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather with love, strength, humor and avid devotion and honor.\n\nHe loved John Wayne, Louis L’Amour novels, and anything classic country! He was famous for having mishaps and was one big scar from his head to his feet. He was bigger than life, with a size 13 ring finger. His hands were massive but gentle and strong.\n\nTerry, Daddy, Papaw, …….. Your presence will be sorely missed, but we know our reunion will be sweet. Watch over us, we love you, until we are together again.\n\nIn lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Temple Construction Fund.\n\nGraveside services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at the Spanish Fork Cemetery, 420 South 400 East, Spanish Fork.