Condolence & Memory Journal

Deepest Condolences on the passing of your beloved father Julie.

Posted by Fred Carruolo - MORTON, PA - acquaintance   October 16, 2020

In loving memory of my wonderful Father, George Henry Harvey, I would like to honor him who was always there to help when ever I called. My Dad was a devoted, faith filled Christian who loved his wife and family dearly. He set for us a great example of excellent work ethic and very seldom in the 45 years he worked for Coke-Cola as a truck driver sales man ever called out sick. After his faith conversion, his greatest passions were his family and God. He was made a Deacon at the Bread of Life Assembly of God Church and selflessly served there for many years. He was very faithful to his daily prayer devotions and remembered his children, their spouses, his grand children and great grand children each day by name in his personal prayers. This was no small feat because my Dad was blessed with 6 married children, 23 grand children and 23 great grand children who he was exceedingly proud of! He was an accomplished carpenter who enjoyed making every member of his large and growing family, wonderful wooden gifts. Even into his 90's you would find my Dad in his woodshop in the basement busily making his latest wooden project, even at the cost of several finger tips being lost on the saw! My Dad was a strong and hard working man, who made many sacrifices for his family. I know he is happy now that he is reunited with my Mom Helen, his loving bride of 58 years! Dad, please know that you are loved and were a blessing to our whole family. You will be greatly missed!

Posted by Julie kelley - MORTON, PA - daughter   October 14, 2020

My father-in-law was a wonderful, kind hearted, believed in the Lord with all of his heart. He prayed for all of his children, grand children and great grand children daily. We love him and will miss him dearly.

Posted by Tom Harvey - Aston, PA - family   October 14, 2020