BOULDER CITY (KTNV) — Boulder City Councilman Warren Harhay died Tuesday night, according to a release from Boulder City.
Harhay was 76 years old and had been on the council since 2017.
"Today is an extremely sad day for Boulder City, as we have learned of the passing of Councilman Warren Harhay, a dedicated, steadfast member of City Council. He was an honorable man who listened to his constituents and voted in the best interest of the community as a whole. Councilman Harhay showed an incredible commitment to his role. Mayor Kiernan McManus, City Council, City Manager Al Noyola and City employees express their sincerest condolences, thoughts and prayers to the Harhay Family. His presence and his leadership will be greatly missed."
The Ohio native moved to Boulder City in 1982 after becoming CEO of Lektrmotors of Las Vegas.
In the late 1990's he, along with his sons, Mitchell and Marshall founded Access Nevada in Boulder City, which quickly became the largest independent Internet provider in Southern Nevada.
Harhay was married to his wife Marcia Harhay in 1967. They had three sons Matthew, Marshall, and Mitchell. They also had four grandchildren, Annison, Andy, Lilly, and Brad.