In Memory

Harvey Hunter

Harvey Hunter



 
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10/31/13 02:10 PM #1    

Sherwin "Jay" Siegall

Harvey was a charachter I will always remember from boy scouts at Camp Wabaningo in Duck Lake Mi. and then going to Nichols Jr HS.

 He was always full of suprise behavior!


11/11/13 03:34 PM #2    

Suzi Schor (Revill)

Harvey seems to be a "tough" character, but he and my Mom bonded.  We used to invite him to join us at Walgreens and have grilled cheese sandwiches and real fountain cokes.

 

May God speed!  You are missed..............


07/31/14 10:27 AM #3    

Terry Levine (Rose)

I remember learning how to really dance from Harvey.  I think I was in 6th grade.

 


08/24/14 07:46 PM #4    

Patricia (Fatima) Lassar

Jay, would like more details about Harvey's surprise behaviors.  If not here, I'll ask you at the reunion.


08/25/14 11:08 AM #5    

Patrick Furlong

I remember going on a Boy Scout camping trip to--I think--Matthiessen State Park with Harvey and other members of the scout troop that was headquartered on Elmwood, just south of Dempster.  As an aside, our scoutmaster Jim Moret (sp?; pronounced moray) had a bullwhip that he would demonstrate for us at the drop of a hat.  Anyway, our troop got into a little posturing tiff with another troop, as teenaged boys will do, but Harvey ended it with a line that I still recall: "Your mother should get a merit badge for fruit and nut growing."  Not very sensitive or politically correct, but it did put an end to the verbal jousting.  We  all thought that it was very clever and funny.  How times change.


09/02/14 03:29 PM #6    

Betty Gardner (Destowet)

Harvey's and I were next door neighbors (his family moved next door to us while we were in grammar school).  Harvey was a real character who loved to joke around.  It's my understanding that he died in the mid 1970's (after I had moved to California). 


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