Irvin E. Harbor, 77, passed from this earth to his heavenly home on July 29, 2017. He died as he wished, quietly and peacefully in his own bed. He was born on a farm south of Millcreek, to Everett and Lorene Williford Harbor where he joined his first playmate and best friend, his sister Shirley. Hand in hand they walked miles to a one room school. At an early age he accepted Jesus as his savior and joined the Clarksville Baptist Church. In 1947 the family moved to a farm on the Dolson Prairie west of the BB Crossroads where they gained another sister, Sue. He worked on the family farm, driving tractors before he could reach the pedals. He showed cattle in 4-H and made a homemade motor bike to ride to Martinsville so he could be on the football team. In 1957 he graduated from Martinsville High School with others who became some of his closest and dearest lifetime friends. After high school he enlisted in the US Army and served 2 years in Maryland and Colorado. After and honorable discharge from the military, he married Dea Hammond and adopted her two children, Dianna and Darrin. To this marriage they had two other children, Robin and Richard Harbor. Irvin worked as an over the road car hauler providing for his family. After his retirement he helped his single- father son care for his three children while Richard was deployed. After returning to Marshall he helped care for his elderly mother so she could remain in her home. He is survived by a sister, Sue (Wayne) Cassady; children, Robin Redman and Richard Harbor; grandchildren, Lindsey and Adam Redman, Alicia, Aaron and Alexandria Harbor, Jessica and Jeremy Clark and six great grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Shirley Claypool, an infant sister, Patricia Ann Harbor and two children, Diana and Darrin. Irvin was a member of the Clarksville Baptist Church, Marshall Lodge #133 AF & AM, Scottish Rite Valley of Danville and Clark Co. Post #90 of the American Legion. Services in honor of his life will be 11:00 AM Tuesday at Pearce Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Clarksville Cemetery with military graveside rites. Visitation will be one hour prior services. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the Library Fund of Martinsville High School or to the Clarksville Cemetery Association. Online condolences are being accepted at pearcefuneralservices.com.