Gordon Turn aroundPhillips Harby was 77 years old and a Fort Myers Beach native. He died at Hope Hospice on October 17, 2021. Born in Glendale (California) on April 28, 1944.
Flip was a 1962 graduate of Fort Myers High School. He joined the US Air Force, 1963. Flip served his country in Vietnam, and he retired in August 1970. Flip spent his entire life working in construction in Lee, Charlotte and Collier Counties. As the Ft. Myers Jaycees’ past president, he also served on its Ft. Myers Beach Fire Commission as well as being a former chairperson. He served as past president of Concerned Citizens of Ft. Myers Beach.
Flip is leaving behind Trudy Smith Harby, his loving 48-year old wife; Brother Rick Harby (JoAnne), of El Cajon; Sister Jean Harby Abel, (Joe), of Sun City; AZ; Brother in-law Jimmy Smith, (Lorraine), from Punta Gorda; FL, and Pete Smith, (Mary) both from St. James City; Sisters-in law, Judy Hart, GA, and Patsy Martin (Kenneth); and many nieces and nephews and aunts; as well as well as well-in, and several great-in
His parents were Richmond and Cyrilla Harby, from Ft. Myers Beach. He had a stepmother Martha Harby, his father and mother-in law, and Edgar and Clara Smith, the father and mother-in laws, respectively. Gene Hart, his brother-in-law is located in Statesboro, GA.
Flip can request that there be no service.
Gordon’s Commemorative Contributions Turn aroundPhillips Harby has been proposed to Hope Hospice 2430 Diplomat Parkway E Cape Coral FL 33099.
Friends are invited to offer their condolences through the online guest book available at www.MullinsMemorial.com.
Mullins Memorial Cremation & Funeral Service is responsible for the funeral arrangements.
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