We celebrate the life and memory of Mr. Brent A. Hardin whose death occurred on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at St. Joseph's Hospital.
Brent Alonzo Hardin was the first born son to Mr.and Mrs Elvoy Alonzo Hardin on December 04,1958 at Welborn Memorial Baptist Hospital in Evansville,Indiana . He was educated in various Evansville schools where he then graduated from William Henry Harrison High School Class of 1977 honored as A Hoosier Scholar , also receiving a NASA Certificate for Viking Student Mars Project among many other certificates to follow as his higher education ensued.
He continued to further his education by attending the University of Southern Indiana receiving a degree in Bachelor of Science also receiving an Associate Degree of Paralegal from the University of Evansville.
He then went on to join the United States Marine Corps where he took on many dedicated roles. Served as First Tracked Vehicle Battalion in Okinawa,Japan.. Headquarters and Service Battalion 1FSSG,in Camp Pendleton as well as Anti-Tank Assaultman,1st Battalion,1st Marines,1st Marine Division .. receiving a Rifle Marksman Badge,Sea Service Deployment Ribbon,Letter of Appreciation ,Meritorious Mast as well as a Good Conduct Medal,of which all duties were performed with great pride and hard work which continued throughout his life.
He loved serving his country so much he went on to join the United States Army becoming a member of the Alpha Battery 13th Field Artillery, 24th Infantry Division(Mechanized), at Fort Stewart Georgia.Becoming a crew member of the Multiple Launch Rocket System. He completed both Branches with Honorable Discharges.He went on to continue his hard work and dedication to many Production jobs in Various companies in the Savannah area.Brent enjoyed watching Star Wars movies as tho he was a huge fan and enjoyed many scientific movies in his down time. Brent leaves behind a brother and sister, Shaun and Shavon Hardin, niece, nephews and host of relatives and friends.
Graveside service will be held 11:00 a.m. Thursday, October 31, 2019 at
Beaufort National Cemetery
1601 Boundary St.
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