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Harold Taylor Kitterman, age 79, passed away at home on August 11, 1995 after a valiant battle with cancer.

He was born October 1, 1915 in Lehi, Utah, a twin son of Joseph Franklin and Elsie Taylor Kitterman. Harold attended school in Salt Lake City specializing in business and accounting. He married his sweetheart, Genevieve Jarvis, September 17, 1938 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Harold was employed briefly in private business before beginning a 38-year career with the U.S. Government. He worked successively with the Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Mines, War Dept., and finally the Bureau of Reclamation, where he spent 30 years. As Regional Budget Officer, he submitted yearly budgets to Congress for funds to build dams, canals and power plants in the Upper Colorado River Region (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona, New Mexico), which provided much needed culinary and irrigation water, power, and recreation areas to the region.As a member of the LDS Church, Harold served faithfully in numerous church leadership positions in the Ensign Third Ward. He also enjoyed serving as Missionary Host and Night Shift Supervisor at Temple Square for many years. Other callings include: President of the Ensign Stake Genealogical Name Extraction Mission, volunteer at LDS Employment North Center and Counselor in the Branch Presidency of the LDS Hospital Branch.

He is survived by his loving wife, Genevieve, five sons: David H. (Margaret) of Flagstaff, Arizona; R. Paul; John A. (Cathy), Keith T. (Camille), and Richard J. (Natalie), all living in the Salt Lake City area; loved sister and twin brother, Maxine Neslen of Salt Lake and J. Stanford (Mickey) Kitterman of Albion, Washington; 23 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren lovingly call him Grandpa.

Funeral services will be held Monday, August 14 at 12 noon, Ensign 3rd Ward Chapel, 9th Ave and K Street. Friends and family may call at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East So. Temple, Sunday 6-8 p.m. and at the church Monday, one hour prior to the service. Interment: Salt Lake City Cemetery.

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