Tactical West announces their next class in Laughlin, NV on Sat, Feb 27 at the American Legion Post 60.
Training will be for NV, AZ and FL permits. Total carry ability in 37 states.
$125 and $25 is payable to reserve a seat. HURRY, THE CLASSES FILL FAST!
NRA Certified Firearms Instructor, Range Safety Officer, LV Bass Pro Shops Hunting Pro, CCW Instructor for NV, FL, UT and AZ, Front Sight Firearms Academy Life Member, Chapter Chair for the Las Vegas Mule Deer Foundation and much more.
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Lonnie Gene Harris, 79, passed away, Dec. 13.
Born March 2, 1936 to Robert and Eathel Sweat Harris in Adamsville, Tenn. The family moved to Cairo, Ill. where Lonnie resided until joining the USMC at age 17. He was honorably discharged after three years and obtaining the rank of Cpl.
He moved to Michigan and worked at various places including General Motors, Uniroyal and Firestone Tire. He also co-owned a service station and repair shop with his son. Lonnie was a licensed mechanic.
He married Kathy in 1989 in Toledo, Ohio and later moved to Lake Havasu City where he spent his remaining years. He attended MCC obtaining his Air Conditioning and Refrigeration license. He was a talented appliance repairman, but most of all he loved helping people.
He was a Mason for over 50 years and a long-time member of the Lake Havasu Shrine Club; doing many jobs over the years, but was happiest as Child Care Chairman which allowed him to help place children in Shrine Hospitals.
He joined the Marine Corps League and was their Chaplain for many years until his death. He also served as Chaplain for the State of AZ Marine Corps League.
A volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul for over 20 years, working in the appliance department; but enjoyed the last few years making calls to people and assessing their needs.
He is survived by his wife, Kathy; children Lohn, Steve, Rod, Jamie and Jill Harris; 12 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; stepchildren Douglas Walls and Lee Ann Gruza; three step-grandchildren; two sisters, Peggy Slayton and Patricia Irwin; and his first wife Judy, who was the mother of his children.
Lonnie was preceded in death by siblings Bill, Robert and Douglas Harris, Christine Simmons and Loraine Linton; grandson, Stevie Kleczynski.
A Memorial Service will be 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Elks.
Donations should be sent to Hospice of Havasu earmarked for the Polidori House.
Arrangements are under the care of Lake Havasu Mortuary and Crematory, veteran and family owned
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