Memorial services for Harold W. Brimm, 78, West Plains, Missouri, will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., at the Carter Funeral Home Chapel, West Plains, under the direction of Carter Funeral Home, Inc., West Plains.
He was born the son of the late James David Ayers and Mamie McDougal Ayers, on October 16, 1938 in Arlington, California and died December 6, 2016 in West Plains, Missouri.
He was united in marriage August 14, 1965 in Los Angeles County, California to Shirley McIntosh, who preceded him in death April 1, 2006.
He is survived by three children, Scott Dewayne Hendricks and wife Tamara, Muncie, Indiana; Sabrina Brimm and special friend Dwayne Evans, West Plains, Missouri; Stefanie Brimm, West Plains, Missouri; one sister, Carol Evans and husband Larry, Harrison, Arkansas; one brother, Leon Ayers and wife Nanette, state of California; eight grandchildren, Katie Schoen and husband Patrick, St. Louis, Missouri; Tommy Henricks, Muncie, Indiana; Kenny Hendricks and wife Roni, Moberly, Missouri; Stasha Brimm, West Plains, Missouri; Samantha Brimm (Sami) and special friend Brad Kintner, West Plains, Missouri, and Breana, Leslie and Joshua Krusen, West Plains, Missouri; nine great grandchildren, Dylan, William, Henry, Braxton, Brantley, Kye, Brynlee, Rhyder, Bryson, and one on the way; several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Shirley McIntosh; his parents James David Ayers and Mamie McDougal Ayers; one brother Bobby Lewis Brimm; two sisters, Goldina Lowe Brimm and Pauline Marie Brimm Ayers.
He was retired from the Missouri Department of Conservation. He did the Smokey Bear program for many years at all the local schools. He loved the White Ranch and was very active in helping see that things were taken care of there. He love to hunt, fish, camp, and basically anything that had to do with the outdoor life. He had a woodworking shop that he spent a lot of time in working on different projects. He also enjoyed working on his dune buggies. He loved spending time with his family.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Missouri Department of Conservation or the Howell County fire Department and can be left at the funeral home.