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William Harvey

October 7, 1996 - July 4, 2020

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Posted by:
Sylvia Darling

Posted on:
July 24, 2020

Your smile and laugh will always be the first thing anyone remembers I am sure. Your smile will always be missed. The way no matter what was going on you found a way to smile. To always stay cool under the pressure. Love and miss you!!

Posted by:
Lynda Roberts-Howell

Posted on:
July 24, 2020

I have known will/Aaron since I went to grade school with Ashley. He use to tease us and make fun of us we were younger. As soon as I started working at Taco Bell. I got to know his personality more. He was always so happy when he came to work. His presence was enough to make anyone smile. He was so funny. He would make anyone in a bad mood happy. Rest in paradise.

Posted by:
Bruce Bales

Posted on:
July 24, 2020

Will(we just called him Harvey) was one of my best friends in high school. I have so many memories with him that it's hard to even figure out where one ends and another begins. He had an amazing sense of humor, and was always an extremely caring friend. His smile and laugh are going to be locked into my mind forever.

Posted by:
Cyndee Harvey

Posted on:
July 23, 2020

William Aaron your smile could light up a room. It always made me smile. You will be loved and deeply missed. Rest in peace!!

Posted by:
Emily cookson

Posted on:
July 21, 2020

The worst day of my life was the day I found out that you were gone. I didn’t want to believe and prayed there was a mistake somewhere and there was no way it was you. You were my first sibling and first friend, you were so goofy and had the absolute best laugh and smile that I’ve ever seen. There will never be a day to go by, that you don’t cross my mind. I would give so much to have you back here with us. I wish I could have took away your pain, I know you would have had a beautiful life and the cutest kids with your smile and hair. You were the most unique and best kinda goofy/silly person I’ve ever met and I love you so sooo very much and I miss you beyond measure. I hope you’ve found peace, and are watching over us from heaven with both grandpas and everyone else up there. Love you forever my sweet little brother. Love always, your big sister Emils.

Posted by:
Amber Rae

Posted on:
July 17, 2020

I’ll never forget one of my first days saying “wait, so you’re telling me..”-every shift I worked with Will he’d mention that comment at some point and always make me laugh.. Every time he came through those Taco Bell doors everyone was always beyond excited to see him and all you could hear is a collection of us saying “Will!! So glad you’re here! Even if you’re a few minutes late!” We loved teasing him-and only because he was the best sport and always knew what to say. I remember meeting him in middle school and high school-beings I was in the same class as beautiful miss Ashly.. what I miss most is that goofy laugh/smile of his, it was the one thing to help me get through some of my worst days.. I hope you’re resting soundly in paradise my friend.??

Posted by:
Ashly harvey

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

(I edited my last one and put in on here again the other had alot of tipos) To my big brother up above It is so hard to believe that u are actually gone... I will love and miss u forever and I will ALWAY treasure all the amazing memories we have to together ! I will miss that smile and that laugh that always made things feel so much better ! I know u are watching over us to make sure we will be okay. I will always remember that if I was have hard time, was sad, or just needed my big bro I would just go to ur room and we would talk and u would make everything feel better and u would tell me what to do, or u would threaten to kick their asses for me! I'm defitetly gonna miss our talks. I love u so much Aaron and u will forever be missed RIP William aaron. We will see u again! -Ash

Posted by:
Ashly Harvey

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

To my big brother up above It is so hard to believe that u are actually gone... I will love and miss u forever and I will ALWAY treasure all the amazing memories we have to together ? I will miss that smile and that laugh that always made things feel so much better ! I know I are watching over us to make sure we will be okay. I will always remember that if I was have hard time, was sad, or just needed my big bro I would just go to ur room and we would talk and I would make everything feel better and u would tell me what to do, or u would threaten to kick their asses for me?? I'm defitetly gonna miss out talks. I love u so much Aaron and I will forever be missed RIP William Aaron? we will all see u again. -ashly??

Posted by:
Brandon Orr

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

I knew William from school. First met him on 7th grade English class. From the first time that I met him, I knew that we were gonna be really close friends. My best memory of him was when we would go up to the computer teachers classroom in high school and play halo quite often. It was commonly our hangout spot in school. I know that you are in a better place now William. You were one of my closest friends

Posted by:
Andi

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

I can't count how many nights Will's laughter made everything better in the depths of night shift at Taco Bell. I can't bear the fact we will never hear this laugh again; or enjoy the sense of humor that brightened the darkest of nights. My heart goes out to his family, friends, and all of us that loved him.

Posted by:
Fabio

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

I've known this wonderful family for a very long time. I practically grew up with them. They weren't just someone my family worked for; they became my family. My heart goes out to all of you in this difficult time. I only wish I could do more. My love and prayers go out to all of you. Aaron was a great kid who grew to be a great man. I met him when I was living on the farm. When Grandma Linda would flood the yard in the summer, we would play in the water. He was always excited to help feed the calves. He always had a big smile and full of adventure in his eyes. I still remember watching him swinging at the pinata at my birthday party. That was my first birthday party and I got to spend it with this amazing family and this great kid. I will cherish those memories forever.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

I worked with Will at Taco Bell. He was always so fun to work with. He always made everyone smile and laugh. I really loved working with him and I’m going to miss his goofy laugh. He was such a great guy and I know that the entire TB team loved him. We are all going to miss him greatly.

Posted by:
Kaylene

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

I remember when we were sitting out back watching you ride around on the four wheeler and then you lost control of the it and rolled down the hill into the barb wire fence. You had road rash all over you and then 3 days later I crashed the same four wheeler into a ditch I swear after you rolled it, it was cursed it still runs to this day with a bent bar in the back from you and a bent bar in the front from me. Crash buddies.

Posted by:
Dusty Lewis

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

Love y’all very much. So so sorry our love and prayers for y’all.

Posted by:
Dorothy Dorothy

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

My heart and prayers are with everyone right now. I met Aaron when he came down for our family reunion in Nevada in 2012. That was the same year I lost my little brother. Aaron was a very shy kid when he was here. In fact we shot off so many fireworks and had such a great time here with him. I remember him walking up to his mom Pauline and saying mom this family is so weird and us laughing and telling him our family is his family weird, strange and different altogether. He was also my younger cousin. My heart aches that we didnt know each other very well. In fact it saddens me that I dont know all of my cousins the way I should. I have looked at pictures of Aaron and his smile just makes me smile. I wish we could have known each other better. Look down from us from Heaven Aaron and know that you will be missed by so many. Dorothy and family

Posted by:
Corajeanne Pruyn

Posted on:
July 16, 2020

Aaron was a one of a kind cousin that loved his games and computers, my memories with you at grandmas house on Norwood will be forever loved amd remembered, I can still remember you amd grandpa running around in the kubota getting stuck in the pivot tracks and is kids all playing in grandmas pool on super hot days, you'll be missed so much cousin R.I.P, dont have too much fun up there with grandpa