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r T. Page Harrison was born April 28, 1944 to J. Owen and Wanda Page Harrison. He and his twin brother, Owen, were born on their Dad’s 25th birthday. Page was raised in Spanish Fork, attended Spanish Fork schools and graduated from Spanish Fork High School in 1962.rHe married Ann Larsen, his high school sweetheart, on August 22, 1963 in the Logan LDS Temple. He attended Brigham Young University and graduated with a BS Degree in 1968. He began teaching at Spanish Fork Intermediate School, taught at Brockbank Elementary School, and Larsen Elementary. In 1988, he went back to Brigham Young University and in 1989 graduated with his Masters Degree in Education. He then became an Assistant Principal at Spanish Fork Jr. High, Principal at Payson Jr. High, and Nebo School District Administrator until he retired in 2001. He loved his years working with the staff and students in the district.rPage was very active in the community of Spanish Fork, the city he loved. He was very involved in the Spanish Fork Jaycees, Planning and Zoning Committee, Jr. Livestock Show, Fiesta Days Chairman and Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Grand Marshall. He is a charter member of the Spanish Fork Ambulance Association and served as First Lieutenant. He served on the Spanish Fork City Council from 1979 – 1992. His motto was the Jaycees’ motto: “Service to humanity is the best work of life” and Page believed that.rPage died March 16, 2016 with his sweetheart by his side, along with his beloved dog, “Murphy”. He is finally free of pain and at peace.rHe is survived by his loving wife, Ann; children, Steven Page (Marci) Harrison, Nicole Harrison (Lee) Mecham; Amy Harrison, all of Spanish Fork; five grandchildren, Trevor Page Harrison, Hailee Ann Mecham, McKenzie Nicole Mecham, Tiffany (Ben) Jolley, Chenise Harrison; and 2 great grandchildren, Kinzli and Jaiton Jolley. He also leaves behind four brothers and two sisters, Jacky (Jim) Caras, D. Owen (Lynne) Harrison, Susan (Gary) Lloyd, Mark B. (MaryAnn) Harrison, Phillips J. (Deann) Harrison, Todd W. (Carolyn), and a sister-in-law, Karen Harrison; a brother-in-law, Edward S. (Virginia) Larsen, and many nieces and nephews.rPage was preceded in death by a son, Sterling Page Harrison; parents, J. Owen and Wanda Harrison; In-laws, George S. and Alta Larsen; and his brother, L.D. Harrison.rFuneral services will be held Monday, March 21, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Sunny Ridge 3rd Ward Chapel, 1470 East 130 North, Spanish Fork, Utah. Family and friends may visit on Sunday evening, March 20, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Walker Funeral Home, 187 S. Main Street, Spanish Fork, and on Monday, March 21, 2016 at the church from 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery.rOur family would like to thank Maple Creek Hospice for the kindness and dignity shown in caring for Page.

Scheduled ServicesrVisitationrStart: Sun. Mar 20, 2016 6:00 pmrEnds: Sun. Mar 20, 2016 8:00 pmrWalker Family Mortuary of Spanish Forkr187 South Main StreetrSpanish Fork, UT

VisitationrStart: Mon. Mar 21, 2016 9:45 amrEnds: Mon. Mar 21, 2016 10:45 amrSunny Ridge 3rd Wardr1470 East 130 NorthrSpanish Fork, UT

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Funeral ServicerStart: Mon. Mar 21, 2016 11:00 amrSunny Ridge 3rd Wardr1470 East 130 NorthrSpanish Fork, UT

IntermentrSpanish Fork City Cemeteryr420 South 400 EastrSpanish Fork, UT

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