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Harvey Robert Thomas

Born: Mon., Jun. 5, 1939
Died: Tue., Jan. 7, 2020


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Thu., Jan. 16, 2020
Location: Alliance Community Hall


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Harvey Robert Thomas is survived by his loving family: son Wayne (Shauna-lee) Thomas of Brownfield; grandchildren: Katelyn, Cloe, Trinity and Cole; brothers: Lloyd (Evelyn), Alan (Carol), Henry and Mike (Audrey); sister Louise (Wayne) Renschler; sisters in law Linda and Kathy; numerous nieces and nephews, other family members and many dear friends.

Harvey was predeceased by his parents Sebastian “Red” and Margaret; brothers: Gary, Ralph, Lee, and Ken; and sister in law Teresa.

Funeral Service
Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 2:00 P.M.
Alliance Community Hall, Alliance, Alberta

Donations in memory are gratefully accepted to the Cross Cancer Institute, Battle Bend Cemetery or a charity of the donor’s choice.

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Ted and Linda Holt
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020
To the Thomas family,
Our sincere condolences. We are unable to attend the service, but our thoughts are with you all.

Jim & Rena Pulyk
   Posted Tue January 14, 2020
So sorry for your loss. Will be thinking of you as we are unable to make the service.

Dennis & Elaine Sherbanuk
   Posted Thu January 16, 2020
Harvey Thomas was a friend.He loved to talk about politics, economics, railroads, markets and crops. Family history moved him. He yarned about the storms, the droughts, the struggles and the granary full of legacy garden seeds his grandmother left. Son Wayne, his Shauna-Lee and their children moved his soul. Harvey lived for Sunday dinners together and the work projects and sports events.
Our sympathies to the family and all who loved him.
RIP Harvey
Dennis & Elaine Sherbanuk

Phyllis Alcorn
   Posted Thu January 16, 2020
Bill and I send out sympathy to the Thomas family. We couldn't attend the service this afternoon, but we are thinking of you.

Ken and Linda Larsen
   Posted Fri January 17, 2020
Harvey was a good friend. He was dedicated to his family and farm, and the betterment of prairie grain farmers.

He was never shy about phoning the Wheat Board or Wheat Pool staff to find out about an issue and then sharing his knowledge. Harvey was very well informed on grain marketing and handling, and insightful about all things agricultural. He contributed above and beyond the call of duty yet he never felt he had done anything special and always refused to let others tell his story.

We spoke often and I will very much miss his insight and wisdom on everything from the complexities of grain marketing to the best way to plant parsnips. My wife, daughter and I will very much miss our conversations with Harvey.

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