Leslie Ross Harcus


Leslie Ross Harcus, Lt. Colonel U.S.A.F.  Retired

 

Born:               Snohomish, Washington

 

Parents:          Charles Ross Harcus,  Esther Emilia Warland

 

Brothers:        Dr. Robert A. Harcus – deceased,  William D. Harcus

 

Survived by:    Virginia A. Harcus wife of 67 ½ years, his son Charles Ross Harcus, II and wife Debra, his Daughter Lucy L. Campbell and husband Roger and his youngest daughter Jean L. Harcus.  Also his granddaughters, Leslie Rose Campbell, Rachel Elyse Chenevert and Grandsons,  D.J. Kennard, and Jeremy Kennard and 3 great grandchildren.  Also survived by nephews Rob Harcus, Rick Harcus and niece Nancy Harcus-Deneen and their families.

 

Schools:            Bryant Elementary, Roosevelt High School, University of Washington, The Art Center of Los Angeles, War College, U.S.A.F

 

Organizations:  R.O.T.C. at the University of Washington, 10th Mountain Division (Ski Troops), U.S.A.F. – Pilot and Instructor, 14th Air Force “Flying Tigers” China, Boeing Company, Renton, WA

 

Retired:              U.S.A.F (much decorated), Boeing Company, Renton, WA

 

In lieu of flowers Donations may be made to:  Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA or Young Life of Seattle, WA

One Response to “Leslie Ross Harcus”

  • Ben Nichols says:

    I was feeling nostalgic this morning and googled Virginia A. Harcus and came to this website. If Virginia is the infamous “Granny” from the early days of the Bellevue Community College cafeteria, then I need to pass on my condolences and best wishes. Strangely, I have little memory of Leslie (Les?) but a host of memories of Virginia (sorry, you will always be Granny to me, given that I was responsible for the nickname)mentoring me on the proper way to provide catering services, while I struggled with what I was doing in school, my love life, etc.
    Again, I am so sorry for your loss and, if you wish, I can be contacted at 403-860-4983 or via email at nicholsben2012 “at” gmail.com. (substitute @ for “at”) I would be very happy if this found you healthy and well.

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