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Harvey Korman Obituary
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January 17, 2017

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January 17, 2017

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June 4, 2008
one of the greatest! We will MISS his rare and wonderful wit.
June 4, 2008
Thanks for the laughs.

R. I. P.
June 4, 2008
I still laugh out loud when I think of how many times Tim Conway got you to break character and how hard Harvey tried to keep it together on the Carol Burnett show. I use to quote your exclamation of “HEDLEY!” say hello to Hedy Lamar! Blazing Saddles was a fabulous movie! I always enjoyed your many talented characters you played on television and on film. Rest in peace - God has a new entertainer in Heaven!
June 4, 2008
Dear Korman Family,

Please accept my sympathies on the loss of your husband and father. I know how your feeling after just losing my Dad to an illness in February. My Dad was a huge Harvey Korman/Tim Conway fan. One of his all time favorite movies was "The Longshot". I don't how many times our family would say we were "Mome" to quote Mr. Conway. Here's my Dad's brush with Harvey. My Dad worked as Chicago Policeman Downtown. To his surprise one rainy evening he was hailed down by a passerby. Thinking someone needed help, he stopped. To his surprise it was Harvey and he needed a lift. My Dad radioed in the call and told Harvey to hop in. As my Dad drove him to his destination, he told him stories and vice versa. What a thrill for my Dad at the end of the ride when Harvey told him he reminded him of a "Giant Tim Conway". Oh, my Dad was so thrilled and everytime I see one of his movies I always think of what a wonderful, gracious man and how he made a Copper's night that rainy evening. God Bless.
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