Condolence: Condolences to Harvey's family, y'all are in my prayers. I met Harvey years ago at the senior center and enjoyed his company and the stories he would tell. He was gentle & kind and always put a smile on my face. As we use to say, "hope to see you on the other side". I will miss you Harvey, rest in peace.
Condolence: It saddens me to hear of the passing of your dad! He and my dad, Johnnie Hunt, were such good friends! I'm sure they are enjoying talking with each other again, and boy the fish they can catch in Heaven! He was a good man and lived a good long life! I take comfort in knowing that Heaven is where my dad is and I know that Mr. Harvie is too! God bless you all! Gail Hunt Speed
Condolence: Deborah and I spent many days at Mr. Harvie’s and Mrs. Susie’s house growing up in the 50s. Many Wednesday evenings our familys would journey down to lake Rabun where would and catch supper and fry them. Terry and Emma Sue were our closet neighbors and our best childhood friends. God did put many people on earth as good as Mr. Harvie Free. May God be with all during this sorrowful time and our family will be praying for ya’ll.
Parker and Joan,
Alvin and Deborah
Condolence: May God bless you all and know that we are very sorry for your loss. Our family loved Harvie very much. I am sadden that I will miss the visitation and funeral due to being out of town. Please know that you are in our prayers. Harvie and my dad, David Taylor, were good church buddies and senior center buddies. He will be missed but not forgotten. Can't wait to meet him again someday.
Condolence: Our prayers and condolences go out to the family during this time. We are so sorry to hear of Mr. Free's passing. He was such a Wonderful person to know. Always smiling when you saw him. He will be greatly missed. With our Love.