In memory of
Keith William Harvey
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In memory of
Keith William Harvey
HARVEY, Keith Keith William Harvey passed away on January 14, 2019. Born on July 24, 1952 in Tyler, Texas. Keith attended Robert E. Lee High School (Class of 1970), before graduating from Stephen F. Austin State University and the University of Houston, where he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence. Keith practiced financial services law at firms in Houston and Dallas before establishing himself as a sole practitioner at the Harvey Law Firm. Keith loved to read and travel; his interests spanned many fields and worlds. His countless stacks of books ranged from science fiction to arcane philosophy. He especially loved French and German culture, exploring museums and art galleries, all the while practicing his foreign language skills on the locals. Keith will be best remembered for his kind spirit and wry sense of humor, which he retained until the end. Everyone always had a good word to say about Keith. He is survived by Paula, his wife of forty-two years; he was everything to her. He also leaves behind his parents, Gene and Alene Harvey of Tyler, Texas, and his brother David also from Tyler. One might celebrate Keith's life by donating to the American Cancer Society. He struggled valiantly against a disease that never touched his spirit. "One short sleep past, we wake eternally/And death shall be no more."
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In memory of
Keith William Harvey
HARVEY, Keith Keith William Harvey passed away on January 14, 2019. Born on July 24, 1952 in Tyler, Texas. Keith attended Robert E. Lee High School (Class of 1970), before graduating from Stephen F. Austin State University and the University of Houston, where he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence. Keith practiced financial services law at firms in Houston and Dallas before establishing himself as a sole practitioner at the Harvey Law Firm. Keith loved to read and travel; his interests spanned many fields and worlds. His countless stacks of books ranged from science fiction to arcane philosophy. He especially loved French and German culture, exploring museums and art galleries, all the while practicing his foreign language skills on the locals. Keith will be best remembered for his kind spirit and wry sense of humor, which he retained until the end. Everyone always had a good word to say about Keith. He is survived by Paula, his wife of forty-two years; he was everything to her. He also leaves behind his parents, Gene and Alene Harvey of Tyler, Texas, and his brother David also from Tyler. One might celebrate Keith's life by donating to the American Cancer Society. He struggled valiantly against a disease that never touched his spirit. "One short sleep past, we wake eternally/And death shall be no more."
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