Angelia Harvey
1978 - 2018
GEORGETOWN -Angelia Michelle Harvey, "Harv", 40, passed away in Cincinnati, Ohio on November 13th, 2018 after a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). She was born June 9th, 1978 in Georgetown, Kentucky to Kathy Faulconer Harvey and Buster Currens. In childhood Angelia enjoyed Gano Baptist church, dance and basketball. Angelia graduated from Scott County High School in 1996 and moved to Ohio within the same year. She then attended school at Cincinnati Bible College and The University of Cincinnati. In her adult years, Angelia was an ordained Minister who officiated weddings and was the amazing DJ Harvination throughout Ohio, playing happiness for the masses. She worked with STAR FIRE and fostered many children in need over the years whom she loved as her own. Angelia extended her family by adding many friends (and fans) who became her family for over 20 years; they were her support system throughout all her life's transitions. Angelia is survived by her mother; Grandma Wanda Faulconer; her sisters and brother, Andrea Davis, Stephanie Franklin, and Chris Currens; "Out" laws Johnathan Davis, Matthew Davis, Daniel Davis and families; Nieces and Nephews, Boyd, Gwennie, Asher Powers Davis; Aunts and Uncles, Sharon and David Dinsmore, Mike and Judy Faulconer, and Steve and Kim Faulconer; Cousins, Jenny Keegan, Amanda Davis, David Dinsmore, Jessica Preder, Cody Faulconer, Lauren Hopkins, Stephanie Kelly and families. Preceded in death by Grand-daddy Leroy Faulconer, Nanny Bessie Whaley, Grandpa Richard Wright and Granny Vivian Wright. Angelia's wishes were that her body be donated upon her death to Harvard and University of Cincinnati in order to help find a cure for ALS. There will be no funeral/memorial services per her wishes. Harv lived her life for music and her last wish was that you use music to let love and light into your life as well.
Published by Lexington Herald-Leader on Nov. 25, 2018.
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