Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Harvey Shaw dies


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Remember Harvey and the Motor cycle wreck?




Harvey Dean Shaw, age 59, of Green Forest, passed away Tuesday October 18, at home. He was born December 25, 1951 at Denver, AR to Dean and Polly (Carmical) Shaw.

He attended Green Forest public schools. From a very young age Harvey was talented at working on “old cars” and he continued working on cars, as a hobby in his later years. He was a truck driver most of his life and was employed for C& L Trucking out of Harrison. He will be remembered as a fun loving person who loved to tell jokes and was a joy to be around. He loved deer hunting and all kinds of fishing. He was a member of Woodland Heights Baptist Church in Harrison.

Harvey is survived by two children; Jacob (Jake) Shaw and wife Missy of Harrison and daughter, Jody Dewey, his mother, Polly Shaw of Green Forest, brother, Frankie Shaw and wife Sherry of Huntsville, AR, one sister, Alice Henderson and husband E.H. of Asher, OK, grandchildren; Taylor Dewey and Kayla and Lily Shaw and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his father, Harold Dean Shaw, grandparents, Charles and Sula Shaw and Frank and Mary Carmical. Celebration Of Life Services will be 10:00 AM Friday, October 21th at Smith Family Funeral Home in Green Forest with Pastor Roscoe Wade officiating. Interment will follow at Pickens Cemetery. Visitation will be 6-8 PM Thursday October 20th at the funeral home.

4 comments:

Winnie said...

hope your daughter is doing better...she has been in my prayers...we are heading to St.Louis and I am going to get to see Jim's only grandchild named Reed. I hope to get some good pictures to share..

The 4th Sister said...

Yes I remember the wreak. Our Daddy tried to help him. I remember he went to the Dad and told him to take the money Bill Eldridge offered or Harvey would end up with nothing. They went to court and Harvey got nothing.

School Time said...

Yes, I remember as well. I remember him in school...seems weird all these young folks are gone.

Alice Shaw was a very good friend of mine.

The 4th Sister said...

Melissa said the reason everyone speaks well of the dead is because they are no longer around to prove you wrong....you can say how nice they were and they will never make you regret it ever...