Howard Ray Harvey

Scottsbluff, Nebraska


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Howard Harvey passed away in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The obituary was featured in The Star-Herald on November 26, 2012, and Rapid City Journal on November 27, 2012.

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Audrey, Mike and Steve, I am so sorry to hear of Howards passing. I loved working at Crown Lanes, and Orange Bowl. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Howard was a very special man.

Howie is the name I remember you by. Spending lunchtime at the bowling ally, playing pinball, and enjoying your hot dog and hamburger specials!! I can still taste them. I will always remember you as a kind and caring man. These memories I have from Jr. High, and share with family and friends who remember you the same way. Rest in Peace Howard.

Howard was such an important part of my life growing up. I always looked forward to Saturday mornings at Crown Lanes for junior bowling. One of my most vivid memories from my youth was a Saturday morning where I was using my new bowling ball and, amazingly for me, stringing a few strikes together to start my game--enough so that other kids were starting to watch. After one more strike, Howard gleefully yelled out, "Tell 'em who drilled that ball for you!" That moment epitomizes how...

Audrey and Family, My Deepest Sympathy, Howard always had a smile on his face. We all grew up in that bowling alley. I will always remember the Harvey family. In Sympathy and friendship, Judy Greene

I enjoyed Howard when I bowled, but got reacquainted with him when he was a courier for RWMC and I worked at Memorial in Sidney. He was a joy to visit with.

Sorry for your loss. Howard shared some words of wisdom with us,that we will never forget.

Randee & Mary Fry

oh steve, what fond memories i have of your dad while working with him!! what a character!! my deepest sympathy and may God heal you as only He can.

Audrey and family, I send thoughts and prayers your way for your loss. He will be missed by many and remembered with treasured memories. Take care.

There will be an empty chair at the holiday table this year, but it will be filled with loving memories.