Harvest C. White

Sunrise: June 18, 1955

Sunset: September 17, 2022

Harvest C. White transitioned from labor to reward on September 17, 2022.

Viewing Friday, September 30, 2022 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 West Berkley Avenue Norfolk, Virginia Celebration of Life Saturday, October 1, 2022 11:00 AM Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 West Berkley Avenue Norfolk, Virginia Laid to Rest Calvary Cemetery Norfolk, Virginia

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    Natosha "Tot" Basnight (Leon White's Daughter) says

    R.I.H., Uncle Harvey. We all love you and will miss you. Praying for strength for all during this time.

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    Head / Edwards Family of Titustown (Diven Street) says

    Family, Condolences and prayers for comfort during this time of sadness and tears. I remember talking with my classmate and Titustown friend briefly after sister Beulah’s service. Please remember that your memories are forever and a place where you can always visit when you think of Harvest.

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    Rev Joyce Foster says

    Sending prayers and love to the family

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    Aaron Braxton says

    From the Braxton, sincere condolences for Harvey, life long neighbor and member of Titustown. God always has a better plan!

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      Shinece Roots (Bishop and Sis. Normans granddaughter) says

      Sending my love and condolences to your family ❤️

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    Erica Billings (Holliman) Niece says

    We love you Uncle Harvey! (Happyhog). The Billings Family will always remember you and cherish our memories.
    ❤️Erica, PJ, Symone, Xavior and Bentley 🐶

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    Vernell Gray says

    To the White, Brickhouse, Holliman, , etc Families. Well I will him. He would say I like you but he couldn’t say my name. I told Yvonne & we would laugh.
    He will be missed. Keep the faith family.
    From Sisters Vernell Gray & Family

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    Chester Holliman says

    Love You Uncle Harvey. Remembering the times you and Uncle Bru took me fishing. Chester Jr. Aka Boy💝

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    Dianne P. Creekmore says

    With sincere condolences for the loss of your love one. We the Payton, family would like you to know that Harvey, was a beloved member of the Titustown community. We grew up with him, played, and when to church with him. It was always a joy to see him when he walked through the doors of BLCOGIC. We know he was loved by his family but God loved him best. He is resting with the lord. God Bless You All🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

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