Harvey "Schatzy" George Lorne SCHAAN



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Here is Harvey all set to go to work!

Very sorry to hear that Harvey has flown his last approach. We worked together at Transport Canada. Like so many of his ex-RCAF colleagues, you could hand Harvey any file, and he would execute it, willingly, cheerfully and competently. He had a great sense of humour that would light up the office. He could both give and take a joke. He was a very competent pilot and fills a number of entries in my logbook. He told fascinating stories and his life intersected with mine, not only directly, for...

Our sincere condolences go out to Harvey`s family at this sad time. We have many fond memories of Harvey during our days on the Squadron and beyond--he was one of a kind and will be missed by all. Regretfully, we are unable to attend his Celebration of Life, but we will be there with our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Old Buddy!

From Marville in the early 60s to Portage a little later to Ottawa and membership in SPAADS, Harvey has been a great friend. He will be truly missed. Condolences to Susan, sandy and Todd.
Marj, Walt & Catherine Pirie

Our deepest condolences to the family. Shatzy was one of the best Tigers and one of the best wing men as well. He'll be in my memory forever!
Roy & Josie Johnson
439 F Squadron - Mouse

Harvey was my cousin, although we had never met. My mother, Margaret Schaan, was his aunt. I send my condolences to his family.
Donna Slater

deepest sympathy to the family

Keith Wiggins

Harvey and I signed up together in 1957 then we continued through basic and advanced flying training and on to 439 - friends to the end. I remember many low passes over American bases,led by him - happy days, Harvey, rest peacefully .