Obituaries

Gary Harvey

Date of Birth: 06/12/1958
Date of Death: 04/05/2018

Celebration of Life Services

For

Gary Harvey

Memorial

Heavenly Gates Chapel

10633 Veterans Memorial Boulevard

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Monday, April 16, 2018

11:00 am

Officiating

Dr. Betty Guerin

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Irene (04/13/2018 10:20 am)

Please accept my heartfelt condolences. It is always painful to lose a loved one. I too have lost many dear ones to death. In the Lord’s prayer. Jesus says at Matthew chapter 6, verse 10: ‘Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also on earth.’ I find this comforting because nowhere in the Bible is sickness or death mentioned as occurring in heaven; hence, I look forward to seeing God’s will for the earth to be carried out just as it is in heaven. Then we can be reunited with our loved, and enjoy life on earth forever as Almighty God Jehovah purposed from the beginning. [Psalm 37:29] I sincerely hope that these words serve as some comfort to you at this time. For further Scriptural encouragement visit jw.org

C.P. (04/13/2018 7:33 am)

My sincere condolences to the family for your loss. May you find comfort in God's promise of a resurrection(a standing to life again) on a paradise earth where suffering and death will be no more. John 5:28,29. Isaiah 26:19 Revelation 21:3-5. You can learn more about the marvelous resurrection hope and Jehovah's(Psalms 83:18) purpose for mankind and the earth that will be accomplished through his son Christ Jesus and the heavenly kingdom government @jw.org May your heart be comforted and your faith strengthened in the secure hope of God's word.

Anthony Lee (04/12/2018 12:19 pm)

My sincerest condolences go out to the Harvey family on the home going of Gary Harvey. Gary and I grew up together in St. Louis, MO and were close friends through Turner Middle School and Sumner High School. My memory of Gary was that he always asked a lot of questions and that he always wanted to be a lawyer. I'm so grateful that he accomplished his desire to be an attorney. While growing up, Gary was also a very masterful athlete, notably in baseball and football. He marveled at shining in everything that he pursued. All of his close friends called him "Big Harv" because we admired his competitiveness. He was a great person with a heart of gold. I will remember him as a "Champion of Courage" who didn't back down to any challenge. Rest in peace, my brother Gary. You've carried the torch of life with dignity.