Nov. 17, 1951 – Sept. 29, 2017

Harry Sheridan Field, 65, of Las Vegas, Nevada, succumbed to complications related to his cancer diagnosis at Spring Valley Hospital surrounded by his family on Sept. 29, 2017. Born in Pueblo, Colorado, on Nov. 17, 1951, to the late Ray and Jean Field. He was preceded in death by his sister Jean Garnhart; his brother Ray of Thornton, Colorado, survives him. Harry was a resident of Las Vegas and Pahrump, Nevada, for nearly 35 years.

Harry is survived by his loving wife of 36 years, Teresa Field (Guerrero); daughter Jacquelyn Robertson (Field) and grandson Christian Robertson, both from Salt Lake City, Utah. He had a close relationship with his wife's family and nephews by marriage.

Harry's passion was driving cab. He enjoyed meeting people not only locally but from all over the world, watching old movies, listening to a variety of music. He especially enjoyed big band music, country/western and in his earlier years playing his drums. Harry had an affinity and love for his dog Buddy. Harry was proud of his daughter and grandson. He also was interested in local and world affairs and had many conversations with his wife about the future.

A special thank you to the many doctors and nurses at UMC and Spring Valley hospitals. A special thank you to his radiation oncologist Dr. James Toy for whom Harry had high regard. Harry received excellent care and empathy from the many hospital staff who looked after him during his illness. Also special thanks to the pastors who prayed with Harry before he passed away. Harry will be missed greatly by his family, and the memory of all that he was will be carried in their hearts as he was deeply loved by his family. Cremation has been effected, and a private memorial will be held on Oct. 4, 2017, at 3 p.m.