Before the Service

The Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

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13 comments on “Harvey Poole”

  1. Thank you for providing the Live Stream for those of us unable to attend the funeral. Being able to watch the service was appreciated. What a fitting tribute to a man with such presence in the Thorpdale community.
    May the strength of family and your love of God give you all comfort in the coming days and weeks.

  2. Thank you for sharing with distant family in Sussex UK, we would have so loved to have been with you in person to express our deep sorrow for Harvey’s untimely departure. So many have eloquently expressed the stature of the man who knew God and how to make him known in so many facets of live. It is a privilege to have known him. He has left us all with the challenge of how to use the short years we have on earth to bless others. May the love and support you have known this day continue into the days and months ahead. With our love and prayers Dave & Meg

  3. To Christa and all Harveys family, so sorry for the loss of Harvey. Thank you for sharing the service.
    We pray for God’s comfort and peace to be with you.
    Love from Helen and David Morrell.

  4. Thinking of you Krista and all of the family and friends that will miss Harvey. Thanks for letting us be part of his farewell until we meet in glory. Love from Tim Stacey David and Mark.

  5. To krista and Harvey’s family sorry for a great loss, always friendly and saying hello , Rest In Peace lots of love rochelle

  6. To Harvey’s family We send our deepest condolences.We only met Harvey for a short time in Broome and we we’re taken by his wonderful smile and friendly character. May he rest in Gods loving arms.( Grenville and Glenda Broomes People Church.)

  7. Thank you for filming this so we could also join in saying goodbye to Harvey.
    It was lovely to hear that what I knew of Harvey was also known by all else who knew him. I will miss his warmth, acceptance and love that was so gentle, but deeply felt.
    My deepest condolences and love to you Christa, and Laura, Becky and Bella.
    I will always remember that big, beautiful, crooked smile.

  8. To all of Harvey’s loved ones especially to you Krysta, Even for those of us who love Jesus Christ, words are hard to come by at a time like this. We cannot know exactly how you feel but as a friend of Harvey and as a brother and sister in Christ our own hearts are very heavy as a result of his early departure. We have some Joy however, as a result of knowing where he is and in the fact that we will met him again soon. Please accept our most sincere condolences offered with love. We continue to pray that the clouds surrounding you will eventually give way to Joy as you celebrate with Jesus for the life of a servant who has heard Jesus say “Well done my good and faithful servant; – come and enter my rest.”

  9. What a touching tribute to a wonderful man. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to view Harvey’s farewell. My heartfelt condolences to Christa, Harvey’s girls and parents and all who knew and loved Harvey. A life well lived indeed.

  10. Thank you for live-streaming the service, it was such a privilege to listen in from Broome, and cry along with you all. So many beautiful tributes for a much-loved man. We will miss having Harvey in our lives. xx

  11. Condolences to Christa and family…
    Such a wonderful opportunity to be able watch Harvey’s service live from afar…
    As Harvey’s batting partner at the Dirty Dozen for a while and being over 50 I shared the retirement village comments and the particular favourite being that the “pensioner bus” had arrived
    And absolute honour to have met, played along side and shared many laughs with a true blue “great bloke”…
    You’ll be missed by all…
    Ian Poulter…

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