CALHOUN — Harry L. Fields, 62, of Calhoun formerly of Mountain Home, Idaho died Sunday, July 5, 2015, in Owensboro.Harry LeeVon Fields was born Aug. 30, 1952, in Mountain Home, Idaho, to Henry Grady and Delores Eddie Gray Fields and was married to the former Alma Virginia West on Aug. 19, 1972. Harry retired after 21 years of service from the U.S. Navy, later retired from Austin Industrial of Owensboro, and was a member of Hanson United Methodist Church. He enjoyed spending time with both his family and friends, especially his grandchildren, tinkering on cars, and water sports, including skiing and jet skiing. Harry was preceded in death by his mother, Delores Hightower.

Survivors include his wife of 42 years, Ginger Fields; a son, Russell Scott Fields of Madisonville; a daughter, Christine Nichole Revlett and husband, Darren of Semiway; two grandchildren, Christian Fields and Erin Shae Revlett; his father, Henry Fields of Aurora, Colo.; four brothers, John Cavin of Boise, Idaho, Michael Fields of Texas, David Fields of Montana, and Kenneth Fields of Aurora; and three sisters, Glennda Day of Bruneau, Idaho, Delilah Cavin of Austin, Texas, and Wintauna Belt of Mountain Home, Idaho.

Funeral services were held at Muster Funeral Homes, Calhoun Chapel with the Rev. William Moore officiating. Burial was in the Calhoun Cemetery in McLean County with Military Honors conducted by the McLean County Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post #5415. 

The Harry L. Fields family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the Benefit Fund of McLean County; C/O Muster Funeral Homes; P.O. Box 160; Calhoun, Kentucky42327.Memorial contribution envelopes are available at Musters in Calhoun. Share your memories and photos of Harry at musterfuneral

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