In loving memory of

Bryan David Harmon
August 22, 1987 - June 2, 2021

Bryan David Harmon, 33, was born August 22, 1987, in Westminster, Colorado to Michael Harmon and Jana Pahls. He grew up in Northglenn, Colorado with his sister Alyssa. It was there he stayed until he started a job in Denver, Colorado, and ultimately he started his career in the hospitality industry. Denver is where he lived until he made the big move to Seattle, Washington for a job opportunity that he couldn't pass up. Once there he met his wife, Clarisse. It was soon after they met that they married on September 13, 2012. Shortly after, in 2013, their family grew by one, making them a family of three as they welcomed their first born, their daughter Milliani Lyla. It was just the three of them for a few years. Hunter Grayson made them a family of four in 2015. Throughout his entire time in Washington, all of his free time was spent with his family, on the water fishing, or cheering on the Denver Broncos when he could watch the game. Any time they could be on their boat fishing and crabbing, they were there and they were happy. Bryan was a loving husband, the worlds best daddy, the most beloved son, and the best brother.

Bryan is survived by his wife Clarisse, daughter Milliani, son Hunter, mother Jana, father Michael, stepfather Paul, grandmother Constance, sister Alyssa, stepsisters Amber and Stephanie, father in law Jeff, mother in law Sissy, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Preceded in death by maternal grandfather Lewis, paternal grandfather M. Lewis, paternal grandmother Joan and cousin Kelly.

The memorial services for Bryan will be held at Solie Funeral Home on June 8, 2021, 3301 Colby Ave, Everett, Washington 98201. Public viewing will be held from 1:30-2:30pm with services immediately following.


Mike DeScioli wrote on Jun 8, 2021:

"My condolences on the loss of Bryan. I recall him being a kind-hearted and fun loving guy. Jana and Paul, and the rest of the family, my thoughts are with you. "

Breanna Pike wrote on Jun 7, 2021:

"I was blessed to meet Bryan in January of this year. He was such a kind, funny, genuine man. He was ALWAYS talking about his precious children and how much he wanted to be the best father to them. My most sincere condolences to his family and friends. "