Loving memories of dear George.
Forever in our hearts.
  • 88 years old
  • Born on December 22, 1924 .
  • Passed away on March 29, 2013 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, George Harvey 88 years old , born on December 22, 1924 and passed away on March 29, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Jean Harvey on 22nd December 2018
'Those who die in the Lord will live; their bodies will rise again! Those who sleep in the earth will rise up and sing for joy! For your life-giving light will fall like dew on your people in the place of the dead!' Isaiah 26:19 Praise God for his comforting Word and certainty for the future when we'll be together again!
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 22nd December 2018
Today Dad would have been 94. Mum and I went to the crematorium and lunch at one of his favourite places. Sleep peacefully Dad. Love you forever.
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 30th March 2018
Yesterday was 5 years since Dad passed and today is Good Friday; the same day 5 years ago he left his earthly body to join our Lord. Both days have been sad but yet joyful remembering the loving way he cared for us all. His time with us was precious and will never be forgotten. Love him always and forever.
Posted by Jean Harvey on 29th March 2018
Five years ago today my dear George went to be with our Lord. Seven years ago today we moved into Flowerhill Way. And it's Easter time too! The trees aren't in bloom yet this year, probably due to the snowy weather we've had, but they won't be long. I miss his cheery smile and wonderful support. He was such a special person, funny, wise and so caring. Good cook too! Thank you Jesus for bringing us together and the many happy shared experiences we enjoyed.
Posted by Jean Harvey on 22nd December 2017
Another year has passed and our thoughts are still of George and what a very special man he was. Loved and missed all the time but we know he's in a good place and I'll join him one day, to be with our Lord Jesus forever. We went to the crematorium with a wreath to remember his birthday and then lunch out as we usually did together. We took Jake who knew Great Grandad and Ronnie, the newest member of the family. xxx
Posted by Jean Harvey on 29th March 2017
Four years today and dear George is still close to me in my heart. We've put roses and daffodils under the cherry tree and it's in full bloom this year. Also the magnolias are magnificent. What great memories I have of our time together. Jesus is keeping him in his loving presence and we'll be together again when it's my time to join him. xxxxx
Posted by Jean Harvey on 29th March 2016
Another year has passed and memories of dear George are still very precious. The cherry tree at the crematorium isn't in bloom yet but the magnolias are looking so pretty. Thank you dear Lord Jesus that you have him safe in your loving care and one day we'll be together again. Forever in my heart Jean xx
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 29th March 2016
Thinking of Dad as we have just celebrated Easter and today is the 3rd Anniversary of his death. Always thought of with heartfelt memories and always missed. Love you forever Dad. Xxxxx
Posted by Jean Harvey on 22nd December 2015
George would have been 91 today. I miss him so much but still have the precious memories of a wonderful life together. We've put a wreath at the crematorium and then had a meal out just like he and I did every birthday. One day we'll be together again in the glorious presence of our Lord Jesus. What a great time to look forward to!! x x x
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 22nd December 2015
Today would have been Dad's 91st Birthday. Remembering him with heartfelt love and gratitude for all the years he gave us. Rest peacefully Dad.
Posted by Jean Harvey on 29th March 2015
Another year has passed and George is missed so much. He had amazing patience, loved his cricket, loved to tell silly jokes, and was a truly supportive husband in every way. We've put flowers and cards at the crematorium and his name is now in the Memorial Book. The cherry tree isn't in bloom yet but it won't be long as the buds are there. With my fondest love until we meet again one glorious day!! xxxxxxxx
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 29th March 2015
Remembering Dad today and always. The wind is blowing and it is wet but the birds were singing heartily this morning. Mum and I spending time at the Crematorium. Rest peacefully with the Lord. Love you forever. Linda
Posted by Jean Harvey on 22nd December 2014
A very special day as George would have been 90 today! Always remembered with great love and affection and missed every single day.There are such special memories to treasure and he will always be in my heart. God Bless Jean xx
Posted by Valerie Spickett on 22nd December 2014
We remember you on your birthday. You were always a good friend to us at Willow Grange. You and Jean were always there for us, especially when Valerie"s Mum was very ill. God Bless
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 22nd December 2014
On my dear Dad's 90th Birthday I remember all the good times we had. Celebrations, birthdays & Christmas. We always hold you dear in our thoughts and think of how we would have marked today. We will always remember you. Love you. Linda
Posted by Jean Harvey on 15th July 2014
We have scattered George's ashes at the crematorium under a cherry tree that has beautiful blossom at the time of his anniversary. 'Beauty from Ashes' (Isaiah 61) We had a lovely little service led by Ken, including Psalm 23 and the Lord's Prayer, both special memories from George's time in hospital. Rest peacefully until we meet again in the glorious presence of our Lord Jesus. xxxx
Posted by Jean Harvey on 29th March 2014
My dear George went to be with our Lord one year ago today. There is a big space left behind as we all remember his lovely smile, his silly jokes and his so kind, patient and loving ways. He will always be in my heart and I'm so glad I married him all those years ago, What a wonderful life we had together and there are many memories to treasure. With my love forever xxxx
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 29th March 2014
On the first anniversary of Dad passing away, I just want to remember him as the loving, generous and kind man that he was. Although today is hard in terms of thinking of the events of one year ago, it is more important to think of all the good times like birthdays, Christmas and holidays which were always fun. His lovely smile, his great cooking, his humour, his patience and understanding are just some of the ways that we should remember him. Love you Dad, rest peacefully.
Posted by Jean Harvey on 30th December 2013
The first birthdays and Christmas without dear George. We miss him so much but have lots of lovely memories of our time together. xxxx
Posted by Valerie Spickett on 24th December 2013
George was a very good friend and helper to all of us residents at Willow Grange. Nothing was too much trouble for him. He was particularly helpful when something high needed to be reached in the communal lounge. George and Jean together looked after my mother when Brian and I were away. They have certainly been very good friends to us. God bless
Posted by Jean Reeves on 23rd December 2013
I have so many memories of my dear uncle George,he was loved so much by us all, miss him so much, now he rests with all his family,including my mum, bless you all . xx
Posted by Sheila Marchant on 13th July 2013
My memories of George are of a kind and good man, he was able to make you laugh and he enjoyed a good chat he always was interested in what you had to say .He was a living witness to his Christian Faith in the care he gave to all who knew him,I,m glad I met him. Sheila
Posted by Jean Harvey on 3rd July 2013
So many people have said George was a kind and gentle man, and that he had a lovely smile. He cheered people up with his jokes! There are fond memories of him at BB Camp and Church Camps, especially as 'tuck shop George.' 'He must have touched the lives of many' Jill & Nye
Posted by Jean Harvey on 3rd July 2013
Even more! 'I have many happy memories of him from our Carroty Wood days' Janet 'George was always such a kind and considerate man. We know he is irreplaceable' Shirley & Martin 'I always remember his smiling face and words of encouragement from our time at Hoo.' Mandy
Posted by Jean Harvey on 3rd July 2013
More of those lovely comments! 'His smiling face & cheerfulness are what I shall remember most' Margaret & Mick 'I have so many fond memories of George, he was a great person and like a Dad to me' Robert 'We thank God for George and the privilege of knowing him.' Muriel & Ron
Posted by Jean Harvey on 3rd July 2013
Some of the comforting words written on cards sent to us. 'I have very fond memories of George during my fellowship at Hoo. God Bless.' Anne & Derrick 'Great memories of our times at BB Camp' Jack & Emily 'A lovely smiling face is my memory of George' Frances
Posted by Linda Whittingham on 1st July 2013
My darling Dad was a wonderful man. He was generous and kind-hearted. He knew how to make us giggle with his ridiculously funny jokes. I was so proud to be on his arm on my wedding day; a day to be remembered! One of my lasting memories of his latter years was the joy of seeing his great-grandson, Jake; playing with him and watching him develop. I am proud to have called him "Dad".
Posted by Jean Harvey on 1st July 2013
'To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die' Thomas Campbell
Posted by Jean Harvey on 1st July 2013
George was a wonderful husband, so caring and supportive, and a devoted Dad, Grandad and Great-Grandad. We miss him so much and thank him for the happiness he gave us. Words will never be enough to describe our thoughts and feelings but we know he is now with Jesus, and free from all suffering. God Bless you darling xxx

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