Harvey Alden Clark

October 31, 1949 - January 21, 2023
January 25, 2023 14 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

Harvey, my beloved husband has gone to be with the Lord peacefully on January 21, 2023 in St. Joseph Auxillary Hospital after a long battle with his failing health.

His silly jokes, off key singing, smiling and pouty faces are forever in my heart.

He predeceased by his parents, Wayne and Stella Clark, and his favourite puppies, Kobe, Elsa and Athena.

To celebrate Harvey’s life, a funeral mass will be held on February 7th, 2023 at 11:00 am at St. Theresa Catholic Church (7508 29 Avenue NW Edmonton Alberta).

The family requests a donation to the St. Joseph Auxillary Hospital under the Covenant Foundation in honour of Harvey instead of flowers.

  1. So terribly sorry about your loss, Theresa!
    You two loved each other so dearly. I could not imagine your pain! Harvey is no longer suffering and he is smiling over us from above!
    Yes, we would surely miss his famous off key singing on our birthday celebrations! I would also miss his stories and our discussions about life.
    Harvey will forever lives in our heart!

    • Dear Florence,
      You and Theresa had been mentioned numerous times by Harvey during on the phone. He said that it was a blessing that both of you came into his life. Harvey talked highly of you and appreciated that you were someone who could trust and genuinely caring, other than Theresa. He said that you were a dear sister that he never had. He always said that he could carry on long conversations with you and that you had the patience to listening to the end. Florence, John and I are very sorry about your loss too!

  2. Theresa, my parents and I would like to send our condolences at Harvey’s passing. He was such a character with his crazy stories and his love for his dogs. What a privilege to get to know him! He will be sorely missed by many.

  3. Uncle Harvey – you will so be missed. Thank you for being such a steady and calming influence in mine and mom’s life. I’ll miss all the heart to heart convos we’ve had throughout the years. I miss you so much but I’m glad you’re finally free from pain.

  4. Auntie, I am so sorry about your lost!
    We will always remember his smile, his jokes and the fascinating life experiences that he shared with us!
    Uncle Harvey will always be missed and he will always be in our hearts!

  5. Harvey, so sad you had passed, but I am sure your spirit will walk with Theresa.Thank you for your friendship that we had these precious years and I am glad we managed to see each other in November. Harvey till we meet again!

  6. Kai ma, I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. Uncle Harvey’s jokes and stories brought smiles to those who had the pleasure of being in his presence. He brought so much joy and will be missed. I’m glad to know he is no longer suffering. Rest in peace, Uncle Harvey!

  7. Dear Theresa and Family. It was a pleasure to have met Harvey. We cannot forget his jokes and his happy cheerful attitude. Always greeting us on the phone as Theresa’s “personal butler”!
    Admire your strength and faith. May we all have good memories of Harvey.

  8. Dear Theresa.My deepest condolences to you and the family.Though I did not have the opportunity to meet Harvey, we did talk on the phone once when you visited Hong Kong some years ago.He was very nice and easy going.I am sorry that he passed away.May he rest in peace.

  9. Dear Theresa,

    Words can never express about your loss of a wonderful husband, Harvey! It is true that Harvey liked to sing but always out of tune. He was full of compassion for others and animals but never complaint even going through bad times. He loved silly jokes and sometimes they sounded so real. He thought that you are a blessing to him. He said that he had never been to Catholic Mass, and you were the one who brought him to be Christ-like. He talked so much about your love and care for him, especially during hard times. He said that he loved to eat and that you are his personal cook! Harvey is a very kind and loving person, and we miss him dearly. May he rest in peace!

  10. Need I say more about this lovable guy, Harvey!!!!
    Glad to know his ordeal was over no more suffering for him. He is up there, watching us,guiding us to be brothers and sisters of Christ, praising God , glorifying God.
    Theresa, I ‘d to express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your other half.Although it was expected,l know it can still be difficult. Take care of yourself.

  11. Need I say more about this lovable guy, Harvey!!!
    Glad to know his ordeal was over , no more suffering. He is up there watching us, guiding us to be brothers and sisters of Christ, praising God and glorifying God.
    Theresa I ‘d like to express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your other half. Although it was expected , l know it can still be difficult. Take care of yourself.

  12. Dear Theresa,

    No words can be expressed our sorrow for the loss of your beloved husband, Harvey. He talked about you with joy and gratitude a lot whenever we talked on the phone. He appreciated how much you care about me and what a wonderful cook you are. He also told us that you had helped me to know God better and had encouraged him to trust him and to develop a closer relationship with God. Harvey proudly told us that you had found him a sister, Florence. Harvey is a blessing to anyone who knows him and vice versa. Harvey is full of compassion for others and had neglected self-compassion for himself. We had never heard him complaint during difficult times. He would put others ahead and reached out to be a good listener as well as a genuine support. He loved to make silly jokes, which could have sounded so real. He admitted that he sounded like a frog when he sang, but he still enjoyed his own singing. Harvey is full of integrity, sincerity, consideration, wisdom, kindness, and love. John and I really miss Harvey. Harvey loves you with eternity; he will always love you and is watching over you. Harvey and you and Florence are very dear to us. We are always here for you!

    John and Josephine

  13. Dearest Kai Mah, Uncle Harvey will be so greatly missed. I will forever be grateful for not just his resilience, silly jokes and wise words, but for reconnecting us to each other. Sending you lots of love during these difficult times. Love you so much.

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