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William E. Harvey
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Birth: Jun. 4, 1937
Verona
Lawrence County
Missouri, USA
Death: Sep. 6, 2009
Lawrence County
Missouri, USA

William E. "Bill" Harvey, age 72, of Pierce City, Mo., passed away Sunday, Sept. 6, 2009. He was born June 4, 1937, in Verona, Mo., to parents, Fenton "Pete" Harvey and Barbara Ruscha Harvey. Following graduation in 1955, he joined the United States Air Force. After discharge, he was employed as a computer analyst for GSA Services in Kansas City, Mo. He is survived by his wife, Donna. His children include one son, Russell Harvey and wife Patti; two daughters; Tami Seaman and husband George; Brenda Theriot and husband Press. Six grandchildren, Tony and Anna Theriot, Sam, Spencer and Sophia Harvey and Zach Seaman. Additional survivors include four sisters, Thelma Fischer and husband, Christian, Linda Ehrhardt and husband, Gilbert, Nancy Stroud and husband, Jerry, and Gloria Abramovitz and husband, Jim. Several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral Mass was held Wednesday, Sept. 9th at St. Mary's Church in Pierce City Mo. with Father Robert Landewe officiating. Burial was in St. Mary's Church Cemetery, Pierce City. MO.
Published in The Joplin Globe from 9/7/2009 - 9/8/2009
 
 
Burial:
Saint Marys Cemetery
Pierce City
Lawrence County
Missouri, USA
Plot: 6
 
Maintained by: Donna Harvey
Originally Created by: Betty
Record added: Sep 08, 2009
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William E. Harvey
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