Harvey Bernhard

Seattle, Washington

1924 - 2014


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March 5, 1924 - January 16, 2014 Born in Seattle WA on March 5, 1924. Died nearby in Kirkland WA on January 16, 2014. Served as a U.S. Navy officer in World War II, and graduated from Stanford University in 1947. He is the namesake and benefactor of the Bernhard Media Center and the Harvey...

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hi so sorry to hear about Harvey just found out I worked for Lillian and Harvey in London when he was filming final conflict rest in peace you will never be forgotten jackie

Though I never knew him personally, I enjoyed his work. thanks for the movies and the memories mr. bernhard. rest in peace.

Though we only met twice we knew of His great character from the stories his son Craig and his wife Joanne have shared with us and what a great legacy he has in Craig who we respect and admire very much. Praying sweet memories will fill the void.

My parents, Jack and Adelle Burrell, were close friends of Harvey and Lillian. Dad and Harvey have been friends since childhood. They went to school together, played football, joined the navy, and even ordered the same meals when out.....lamb shanks. They could not stop smiling when toghether. Our family loved Harvey very much and will not forget his many accomplishments, most notably his friendship with our dad. Patti Burrell Little

Met Mr. Bernhard only once at his granddaughter's wedding, but was impressed by his gentile nature and the same smile as his son Craig. May he rest in peace.

Mark Garcia
Reston, VA

communion without words.....my uncle was simply a tree hugging beautiful spirit full of the same fire as M. Ali....loyal to the smallest point....and bigger than life.....I know Rosemarie and Marchie are with their other son now........and Lillian saved him a special place at the table.....thankyou for saving my foot when I was three and giving me the love of your family !!!!!! love, billy

I came to Wolper / Metromedia for my first job out of college and thought that I knew everything, then I met Harvey who kindly brought me down a few pegs. It was both a pleasure and an education to work with him. God bless.

My deepest condolences for the loss of your dear loved one. May our heavenly father provide strength and comfort to you during this time of grief, "For he is near to those broken at heart". PS 34:17, 18.

I met and got to know him at the end of 1965, at Wolper Productions, when I was just starting out. He was kind and understanding. A fine fellow. -- Tom Fuchs