THIESSEN, Harvey Lloyd

It is with great sadness and much love that we say goodbye to our beloved husband, father and grandfather, Harvey Lloyd Thiessen, who passed away October 30, 2022, at the age of 65 years.

He will be remembered by his wife, children, grandchildren, siblings, friends and by all of the people whose lives he touched.

The Memorial/Celebration Service for Harvey will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 1:30pm, at Sturgeon Valley Baptist Church, 51 Woodlands Road, St. Albert, AB, with Reverend Ron Berg officiating, for those wishing to view the service on line, please refer to the following link:

https://player.castr.com/live_05c58a906ad211ea98866fb547d2d2fd

Cremation has taken place.

Memorial donations in Harvey’s honour may be made at the Service or directly to HART Humanitarian Aid Response Team.

Serenity Funeral Service
North Central Chapel
780-477-7500

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Leona Manna

DearJoyce, Adrienne, Lucas and Family

We are sorry to hear about Harvey’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time.

We hold a lot of special memories. You were great neighbours and Friends. You always made us feel like family.
Love Tony, Leona, Donato, and Deanna Manna

Adrienne Sitko

Most of my memories of Harvey involved eating amazing food around a table with my cousins. So much conversation and laughter. But my favourite memory is when he explained to me the intricacies of the many Coen brother movies and specifically Fargo. And then Harvey’s laughter when I told him that I tried to watch it with my parents.

Cindy Stoik

I was one lucky girl to have Harvey as an uncle. He was a great role model and showed me throughout the years how to be positive, live each day to the fullest and how to be kind and generous with his time. He was the MC at our wedding, and he made the day that much more special for us. He was so open in the deep love he had for his wife and family. He also taught very important things such as Princess Bride (watching the movie for the first time on the blue and white striped sofa at their house first house), how to have dry wit and humor and was a great example of how to not remove snow from a roof in winter. He will be forever remembered and cherished as he was a person in my life who continues to inspire me to live every day to its fullest and to live life as a precious gift.

Rod Weiss

Harvey. for the years God gave, you were the brightest light and encouragement to others. You were bold with your gifts which our Lord will reward you for. We will pray for strength for Joyce and your entire family. No more pain for you my friend. Love you and can’t wait to sing bluegrass together with your clear strong voice for Jesus in eternity.

Tom Bencic

Harv
You will be missed you were a good husband, father grandfather family man and friend. I wish I would have had more time to know you. Always in our thoughts

Tom

Miriam Seifert

I keep thinking about how I always took the seat at the table next to Uncle Harvey at our family dinners at grandma and grandpa’s house when I was in Jr. High. He was a great uncle and role model. I loved him very much. I am so sad to be so far away at this time and am thankful that we can join you online to grieve together.

Kelly Wiens

Adrienne and family,

I am sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. I will remember your dad by his humour, his love to teach (his children and students), his love for music and his homemade French fries. He was so intentional about spending time with you and Lucas, whether reading a story (with all the perfect character voices), or teaching you about all things music, or laughing alongside you while watching The Simpsons. These moments of intentionality have caused ripples in friendships (like mine), and your dad will truly continue to live on in the people that knew and loved him.

I hope he is reading Lord of the Rings in heaven. Thinking of you all today. Sending love and prayers.

Connie Thiessen

I’m so sorry to hear about Harvey’s passing. My thoughts go out to Joyce and family. Love Connie…youngest Thiessen cousin 😉

Paul Thiessen

Harvey was a real mensch, and a source of such friendly and always positive energy

Al Koleba

Joyce and family; My most Sincere Sympathy on your loss of Harvey. May our God Bless you and your family with Comfort and Strength that only He can give you! Heaven is Blessed my a wonderful new Guest.

Todd and Kathy Clark

So sorry for your loss! Our heart is heavy for your whole family. You will be in our prayers!

Rachel Sitko

My deepest sympathy to you Joyce and family. It has been a privilege to know and interact with Harvey over the years of your marriage and raising of your family. Harvey radiated kindness, love and joy. When I think of Harvey,
Galatians 5:22 comes to mind. His life truly displayed the fruit of the spirit of Christ. He had such a great sense of humour and insightful perspective on many things we discussed.
Joyce, together you have been an inspiration. You are loved by many who hold you in our prayers knowing God will guide and keep you always in His care. I will be with you in spirit on the day of tribute and remembrance. Love, Aunt Rachel

Ginger Hallgren

Joyce and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Harv was such a bright light. Everything about him exuded kindness and gentleness. He always had a smile and a kind word. Always ready to help. Always had such a quick wit. It was an honor to have known him. Much love always, Gord and Ginger

Claire (Thiessen) Penner

I have fond memories of my cousin, Harvey. I remember Harvey way back to Grandma Thiessen’s living room when the family would come to visit in Coaldale. Harvey was a good man, and James and I send our love and pray for God’s comfort for all of you.

Elaine Domning

Please accept my condolences in this time of sorrow. May God grant you strength , comfort and peace. I have fond memories of your family at Steele Heights Baptist Church and Harvey making music and being involved with drama. Blessings to you all.

Robin and Elisa Gereluk

Harv was a bright light, always. His attitude transcended the situation around him or the condition he was in. He always saw the best in people and as importantly told those around him of there positive traits. I will always remember him fondly.

Franco and Margret Schultz

Dear family of Harvey!
With sadness did we hear that Harvey has passed away. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers these days. We hope you will find comfort in sharing many good memories of Harvey. Though we only met him once or twice, we heard regularly about him. He certainly was a special, valued and loved man.
Many greetings from Germany and The Netherlands.
Franco and Margret with Sarah and Timon

Wayne Dolinski

We are so sorry for your loss.
You will all be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Wayne, Tammy, Michael, Calvin Dolinski

Mark Thiessen

Uncle Harvey taught me the first cords I ever learned on a guitar when I was young, and I remember spending that whole visit in his studio practicing. Several years later he came for a visit to my apartment and picked up my guitar only to find that I had no cable for my new amp. So he took me out and bought me the nicest cable in the store. All of the memories I have of Uncle Harvey are of the kindest, most generous, loving, guy you’d ever know. His humour always put a smile on everyone’s face, and every room he walked into just lit up. He will be missed by everyone who ever met him. Until we meet again, my glass is raised to you sir.

Mark Thiessen

Gail Hebein

Dear Joyce and family
So Very Sorry for your loss of your dear Harvey.
Treasure your memories! Love Gail

Carolyn Murdock

Sending our love and support to Joyce and the entire family as you grieve the amazing Harvey. What an example Harv was of a kind, creative, optimist and compassionate man who put his trust and hope in God. We will remember you Harv by singing the bluegrass songs you taught us and showing kindness to others.

Bob Bernard

Having known Harv since he was 12 years old.. the family took me in as one of their own.. so Harv became an awesome little brother. Go get ‘em little bro,,, say hi to Marv for us..

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