Harvey Smith

January 13, 1938 to February 10, 2021

Obituary

Passed away at Health Sciences Hospital after enduring a lengthy illness on February 10, 2021, aged 83.

Predeceased by his parents Charlie and Lizzie (Anderson) Smith; his wife Barbara Smith; brother Charlie Smith (Phyllis) and his brothers-in-law John Moore (Ruby) and George Lessard (Margaret).

Leaving to mourn are his sisters Ruby Moore and Margaret Lessard; brother Stacey Smith (Ruby); his daughter Elizabeth (Wayne) Smith, grandchildren Stephanie and Margaret; son Lorne (Connie), grandchildren Morgan, Jennifer, Brian and Ben; daughter Paula Rowe (Joe); daughter Lori Ann (Rodney), grandchildren Taylor and Luke. Also leaving to mourn are a large number of nieces, nephews and great grandchildren and other family and friends.

Special thanks to the staff at Carnell’s Funeral Home for helping with arrangements. A funeral will be announced in the near future.

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To Lorne and all the Smith family Sorry to hear about Harv”s passing Whenever we stopped in to visit Harv and Barb would not let us leave without at least a lunch. They were always so welcoming and enjoyed the company. Harv loved to tell stories about where he worked and the jobs he had been on and loved talking about trouting. Sending you our sincere condolences

Norman and Florence Pike

To my cousins and their family, we are so sorry to here of Harvey’s passing. To have lost both Barb and Harv in these trying times is so sad. Your parents were always so kind and welcoming to me. I loved sitting with Harv and talking about fishing and his experiences working around the province. There was not a sea trout safe in Spread Eagle when Harv and my dad were on the water. I remember fondly my visits to your home many years ago for Sunday dinners with Nan. I will always remember Harv with his wry smile, twinkle in his eye and kind words.

Caring thoughts are with you
Bob Cranford and family

To Harvey’s children, grandchildren and extended family.
I worked with Harve on several construction projects starting in the ’70’s. I was truly saddened to see his obituary in the paper and doubly so to learn of Barb’s passing only a year ago.
Sincere condolences. In friendship,
Curt Beverley and Donna

My sincere condolences to Lorne and the Smith family for your incredible loss. I will always remember what a smart, kind and gentle man Mr. Smith was and how he loved to talk about the work projects he did, the people he met, places he went, as well as his many life adventures… he sure had lots of stories to tell – always with a bit of humour thrown in. Most of all though, he loved to talk about ‘Barb’ and his family and how proud he was of you – you all clearly meant the world to him. He will be deeply missed. Rest easy, Mr. Smith.

My condolences to Harvey’s family.
I knew Harve, as his construction friends called him, since the early 70’s and made m any hairy trips across the island together, in all kinds of weather to get a couple days home.
Harve ,you are finally off the road .
RIP

My deepest condolences to all of Harvey’s family. I knew him and Barbara from many years ago.! He always had that lovely smile and was such a nice person. RIP Harvey!!

So glad to of had you as an uncle. Peace.

So glad of all that heard of such a dear soul! His final days have been the best of his years. Condolences and care to his family left behind but be ever so thankful for his love for Truth that he found in his last days on earth….

Lorne and family… so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing .condolences to you and the family. I had the pleasure of getting to know him a bit while taking care of him for a few hours on Wednesdays… Thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

So sorry to hear! Take Care!

To the family of Harvey Smith,
My condolences to you all as you mourn the loss of a loved one. I knew Harvey for a short time and appreciated his humble spirit.

Love you pop will miss you and nan forever ❤️💔